Public has only one shot to speak on budget plan The annual rites of spring began for city politicians last Thursday with the release of Mayor Nancy N. Rossi’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2022, beginning July 1. The proposal clocks in at … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist It'd be fitting if Democrats undertook a radical procedural step to pass a radical piece of legislation. That's what the left is pressuring Senate Democrats to do by eliminating, or significantly … [Read more...] about HR-1 is a total disgrace!
The end of our captivity On Friday, the captivity many of us feel the last year has been with – for the most part – be over in many ways. Life will return to some semblance of normality with the opening of various establishments, and lifting of … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist Throughout the pandemic, the press has been excoriatingly harsh on a governor who was slow to act, unnecessarily endangered the lives of the elderly, alienated experts and cooked the numbers.It just … [Read more...] about A tale of two governors
Who endows our rights? “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” ~~~ The above … [Read more...] about Editorial
Cohen’s assessment of city spot on I strongly support (Councilman Barry L.) Cohen's assessments and objectives as published in last issue of the Voice, on what the city's priorities should be going forward. He correctly identifies … [Read more...] about Letters
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist President Joe Biden has proved that, if nothing else, he has a pen and a phone.According to The Economist, he signed more executive orders in his first two days than President Donald Trump signed in … [Read more...] about Congress cedes power
Time reveals conspiracy So, the conspiracy to rig the election wasn’t a “theory” after all. It wasn’t sour grapes. It wasn’t tinfoil hat material. It was true. In a glowing, almost giddy article by Reporter/Democratic stenographer Molly Ball, … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist Long a stalwart defender of the First Amendment, the American media is now having second thoughts. For decades, it was a commonplace sentiment among journalists that freedom of the press was one of … [Read more...] about Free speech for me…..
Living up to caricatures Sometimes we in West Haven live up to the caricatures sometimes foisted upon us by outsiders. They will say we are argumentative, overly political, and hard-headed, with a single-minded drive that precludes rational … [Read more...] about Editorial