Archive for December, 2013

[The following was a speech given by Leslie Wolfgang at a Waterbury gathering on December 9, 2013.] You may not know this, but the push for assisted suicide has come to Connecticut and out of concern for others, I believe we should stop it. There are arguments in favor of assisted suicide that appeal to […]

FIC said all along that people have the right to live however they choose but they do not have the right to redefine marriage for all of society. So the news that Hartford and New Haven “were¬†among the top cities for LGBT people to live and work” would not be news to us…were it not […]

I read the Hartford Advocate mostly in the mid-90s, when I was a twenty-something UConn Law student living in West Hartford. It published some great work back then. There was “Connecticut Etiquette,” a piece that captured the time and place of my early adulthood better than anything I have ever read. And a hilarious April […]