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Adolescence And Our Society: The humanization of the rational being is hard

Adolescence, the path of transcendence, which defines appearance and forms identity through brain maturity, requires the joint work of society. Predestined to the magnificence of being human, conception starts, and parents begin the responsibility […] Continue Reading…


Why I will not apply for a seat on the newly appointed Bridgeport Board of Education

While I do not delude myself into thinking that the interim commissioner of the state Board of Education would ever appoint me to his soon-to-be created Bridgeport Board of Education, I believe that those […] Continue Reading…


Bellinger, Finch and Ramos: The unholy trinity of power, arrogance and incompetence

The Unholy Trinity of power arrogance and incompetence was prominently on display on July 5 during a special meeting of the Bridgeport Board of Education held in the cafeteria of Cesar Batalla Elementary School. […] Continue Reading…


Board takeover an attack on democracy itself

Friday July 1, 2011, found the three of us, along with most Bridgeport residents, looking forward to the Fourth of July weekend. We were preparing for a weekend excursion out of town, or anticipating […] Continue Reading…


Keep quality hospice care in Connecticut

“To everything there is a season, a time to be born and a time to die” declares the short yet profound book in the Old Testament of the Bible, “Ecclesiastes.” And, of course, we […] Continue Reading…


Wanted: Opposition party for Bridgeport

I am a lifelong Democrat. I was raised in a union household, which included my dad, who was a shop steward at General Electric on Boston Avenue. After law school, I served as a […] Continue Reading…


Do we talk funny?

I’ve heard folks around the BeePo neck o’ the woods claim, “We don’t have an accent.” I’m not so sure about this. Granted, we’re in that no-human’s-zone between the Apple and the Hub. You […] Continue Reading…


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