August 19, 2019

It made an appearance on page A2 of the Saturday, August 17th paper.  I had wondered in a previous post about Chris Murtha's nomination to be chief of police if such a section even existed.  It does, at least as of Saturday.

If you find any factual errors or items needi...

July 31, 2019

I don’t believe so, but it will be close.  I don’t see how he gets past 18 or 19 “yeas,” although there is always the wild card of which Reps will be absent from the meeting this upcoming Monday, August 5th (I believe there were two absences at the July meeting when th...

July 25, 2019

Stamford Trivia Answer:  Those who are opposed, are really opposed.  Those in favor; well—their support is much less energized.

In hindsight this point is obvious.  On the one hand, you have a candidate facing allegations of racial discrimination, nominated by a mayor w...

July 22, 2019

Last Wednesday, I lamented that in a Tuesday article, the Stamford Advocate falsely stated that the federal judge presiding over the discrimination lawsuit which named chief-of-police nominee Chris Murtha as a defendant “agreed” with mayor’s office that he had committe...

July 17, 2019

Updated: July 17, 2019 @1:34 p.m.  

I've gotten some pushback from my use of the term "fake news" to describe the Advocate's reporting, and whether or not what the Advocate inaccurately reported qualifies as "fake" as popularly understood.  That debate is...

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