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Sentencing Modification for Juveniles is a Start

Hartford’s outgoing state representative Marie Kirkley-Bey might have done at least one good thing this year: co-sponsoring House Bill 5546, an Act Concerning Sentence Modification for Juveniles. This columnist has long seen discrimination against youth as one of the next...
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Restraining White Supremacy Must Be the #1 Priority of the New HPD Chief

Last week, I answered the first part of this Hartford query: “Strategic Policy Partnership, the firm assisting the City of Hartford to recruit its new Police Chief, is seeking input from residents.  Please consider the following two questions.  1) What...
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A New Chief of Police Must Have Integrity

From an email floating among the cognoscenti in Hartford yesterday: “Strategic Policy Partnership, the firm assisting the City of Hartford to recruit its new Police Chief, is seeking input from residents.  Please consider the following two questions.  1) What qualities...
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Racist Is As Racist Does

Okay, let’s get this straight. You are going to be known for what you do, and one part of doing is speaking. If you say something stupid, people are going to know that you are stupid. For example, if you...
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Court Ruling Protects Judges, Harms Free Flow of Information

UPDATE – Apparently, I got this a bit wrong – Malloy has a bill and Donovan has a bill. And they are antithetical.  See what Christine Stuart wrote over at the Junkie. Worshipping at the altar of the police damages...
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The Catholic Church Displays Its Gross Hypocrisy

St. John the Evangelist grammar school, Watertown, CT Class of 1986 – that’s me, front row, in the middle. The names are easy to remember: Brendan O’Sullivan, Mike Catuccio, me, Bryan Iacavone and Tommy Murphy. All of us altar boys,...
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America 1850: Let’s Build Parks; America 2012: Let’s Sell Parks

Public lands and parks should be among our most prized treasures.  That we misuse civic space is data point and barometric reading of our societal health. Considering the way we allow mining interests to destroy pristine mountain ranges across the...
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The Front Street Free Film School

The website ehow.com makes it seem so simple.  “How to start a film school” in seven easy steps.  First, fundraise. Second, contact potential faculty. Third, Hire staff to handle admissions and financial aid. Fourth, find space.  Fifth, purchase tables, chairs...
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The Time for a Fourth Wave Civil Rights Movement is Now

For anyone who thinks that our governments cannot be corrupt and racist, Exhibit 1 must be the federal indictments and arrests of four officers in East Haven, Connecticut on charges of violating civil rights and obstruction of justice. I have...
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Welcome to the new Kenkrayeske.com

            Please bear with us as we rebuild kenkrayeske.com!
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