Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Bill Clinton: Democrats should tout Obamacare

Former President Bill Clinton urged Michigan Democrats to embrace the Affordable Care Act and campaign on it this fall.


Magellan Health To Move Headquarters From Avon To Arizona | Insurance Capital

Another Company leaving this socialist state with 5000 plus employees.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Wi-Fi hotspot grab coming to a city near you

24/7 Wall St. » Blog Archive The States with the Widest Gap Between Rich and Poor «

Toyota Moving U.S. Sales HQ to Texas from California | Fox Business

Obamacare creates a tough road for Democratic Candidates for re-elections.

President Obama promised $2,500.00 years savings in health insurance and now the voters are asking where is the savings for our typical family to the candidates seeking their votes for the mid-term elections.  

The Republicans can win all the seats they seek!


CTfastrak New Britain Work Schedule For The Week Of April 28 - Courant.com

Sunday, April 27, 2014

On Treating Putin as Pariah - Patrick J. Buchanan - Official Website

Pelto: Malloy Can’t Win in November | The Hartfordite

Former state representative Jonathon Pelto is considering to run for Governor on the working family party line.

Saturday, April 26, 2014



Even though Alderman Carlozzi had voted no for the O’Brien Budget, as noted by this editor’s past editorial, he had just left the Democratic caucus and knew how the Democrats were going to vote.
The most outrageous acts by the Democrats is their attempt in trying to place the blame on Tim Stewart’s administration when in reality Trueworthy and his Democratic gang approved Obrien’s phony budget income stream causing the City’s property owners in their opposing O’Brien’s re-election bid.
But Aldermen Trueworthy, DeFronzo, & Bielinski continue on with their blaming the Stewart administration for O’Brien’s income budget design which they approved with their common council votes.
When the TANS proposal was made to the council Aldermen Trueworthy & DeFronzo were in disbelief that the state would be taking over our city financial operations like happened to Waterbury and Bridgeport.
With all that said the Democrats have given our new Mayor Erin Stewart a $33,000,000 fiscal 2015 budget hole for her to cut jobs and the city managers budget request.
Thanks to the Democrats, past approvals, our city department managers and directors are faced in selecting employees whom they like for the layoff recommendation list, for our Mayor to ponder.     

GOP: Oregon Taxpayers 'Stuck' With Bill From Failed Obamacare Website

Hillary Clinton says biggest job regret is Benghazi: 'It's very, very painful' - Washington Times

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

A Marine's Obamacare Horror Story!

Stephen Lurie: Why won’t President Obama pay his interns? - The Washington Post

But mandates the $10.10 minimum wage to all employers.

Keystone Pipeline

Drug offenders to get jail realease

DOJ announces clemency overhaul, allows release for some after 10 years non violate offenders this includes drug offenders.


Biden's visit to Ukranie with warnings

Biden’s Visit to the Ukraine has caused torture claims by Russian controlled Ukrainians as response to Biden’s warnings.


Keystone Uncensored - WSJ.com

Georgia governor to sign 'unprecedented' bill expanding gun rights | Fox News

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Texas Attorney General OKs Armed School Employees - Campus Safety

Keystone Progect gets support by the unions

Union Leader to Keystone XL Opponents in Congress: "Enough is Enough!"


An unnecessary path to tech: A Bachelor's degree - Computerworld


How Chicago Became ‘Chiraq’ - The Daily Beast

Keystone Pipeline

The Keystone XL project may appear stalled and all the opponents will continue to protest.


Illegal Immigrants

More Illegal Immigrants Now Have Attorneys supplied by the Feds. 

The Black Representatives & conservatives Coalition!

The Forum being held in the community room of the police station with many various expressed versions of Ideologues from this group.  Teen pregnancies was the foremost issue for the teenage problems discussed.  Sex education opposition in the schools with fourth grade students. Wanting to start a teen center at 600 East Street in the city.  Bullying issue in our schools.  Finding jobs for our ex-criminals.
The most concern was the adverse treatment of the challenged children in our schools.  In finalizing they did express that sex education  belongs to the parents and not to the schools.
One parent expressed he wanted to speak to the mayor about his children to not following his footsteps of hanging around with the wrong gang and winding up in jail as he did but the Mayor had not shown up at that point of the meeting however. Police commissioner Brown being in attendance of this conclave did not attempt to help, this sad parent, who expressed a need for help.
He did thanked me for being there on his way out with his son.


Holder to release low crime criminals

Holder is contemplating to release low level criminals such as drug crimes from prison razing the need to lock your doors because many will return to their drug habit causing break inns to support their new habits.



Sunday, April 20, 2014


Unanimous vote in committee and he was surprised to hear opposition on the Council floor. “Are we really telling people we can’t afford paying them 50 cents more an hour?” asked Carlozzi, noting that the state minimum goes to $9.60 the year after next and won’t reach  $10.10 until 2017.  City officials estimate the impact of $10.10 for eligible employees would be somewhere north of $80,000. But Carlozzi, who delivered a budget-cutting soliloquy on ways to avoid tax hikes at the start of the meeting, insisted that even the most austere municipal budget should find room for half a buck an hour more for entry-level wages in city jobs.  Approximately 160 employees, part and full-time, would be covered by the new minimum.
“Democrat” Daniel Salerno, a member of the Council’s Republican caucus, and Minority Leader Jamie Giantonio, led the opposition to the measure on jurisdictional and fiscal grounds.  Salerno, being a good soldier for the Stewart Administration, argued minimum and living wages are not the concern of elected officials in local government.  Giantonio, noting the precarious financial condition of the budget, indicated that the city could use the money for other things instead of upping the minimum for a limited number of city employees a year ahead of the state mandated wage policy.
The GOP Aldermen, wanting to have it both ways, quickly endorsed “living wages” that exceed $10.10 in theory but fell back on familiar arguments used whenever proposals to have minimums catch up with the cost of living: it’ll kill jobs and drive costs up for consumers (taxpayers).
Alderman Salerno makes a good point: if Congress, specifically the GOP House was doing its job to adjust the $7.25 federal wage, neither city nor state would need to debate the issue.  The $10.10 an hour would already be in the calculations for the current budget let alone next year’s or the year after that.  The Common Council, however, did the right thing in passing more than a feel good resolution backing state and federal action after the Obama visit.  The need for constrained spending and austerity in municipal budgets is undeniable. But paying an additional 50 cents per hour for the least paid among city workers is a step toward fairness and away from the excuses and myths that always come from opponents.  Excuses and myths are holding the minimum to $7.25 nationally but not in Connecticut nor New Britain.
Chairman McNamara should realize the political reality that a resolution must await a newly elected council membership before any advance action can be taken in advancing the raising of the minimum wage before the US Government does.   Only then can it happen.
One can only assume that the DTC Chairman is apparently attempting to make the current Democratic council membership appear that they have approved $10.10 minimum wage a year in advance but failed in their process.
The finance director has stated the cost, if plausible, would have cost and approximate $85,000.
The Mayor according to the media is ignoring the common council’s resolution.
Thankfully, our high school and the community college students are still able to work for the Parks and Recreation this summer at the current minimum rates.
It is amazing that Mr. McNamara, a financial business director for Hartford’s Community college for pushing his stance for the wage increase to happen immediately limiting the student’s ability fine summer work at our various towns and cities in Conn.




Park Properly


New Britain Man Charged With Strangling Woman - Courant.com


Colonial Realty's Founders Bilked Nearly 7,000 Investors - Courant.com

Friday, April 18, 2014

Krauthammer: Obama 'Makes This Stuff Up' on Obamacare

Trump Donates to Ted Cruz PAC

Mitt Romney returns to political stage as Republicans prepare for midterms - The Washington Post

Another Delay By Obama on Keystone

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Mayor Stewart And The School Superintendent at Odds Where to Meet!

The issue is over the one time budget grant allocated to the school district by former Mayor Timothy O’Brien for a sum of 4.6 million dollars.
The issue surfaced when the Mayor’s office refused to give the school board  4.4 million dollars with the mayor claiming the money should have gone into the grant fund account and not into the general fund.
Local media reported that the Mayor has attempted to set up a meeting with the officials of the School Department but the report continues with Mr. Cooper stating he has been summoned to the principal’s office but never a mayor’s office.
Well Erin stick to your guns because if you give in it will cost the taxes payers over 9 mills rather than the 4.8 mills you have proposed.


Despite sanctions, Russia is getting a $457.9M check from NASA | Post Politics

Pig piling on Rowland; and posing for the poor - Journal Inquirer: Chris Powell

New Britain May Get Tougher With Irresponsible Dog Owners - Courant.com

Dick Morris: Dems Attempting to 'Fix Presidential Elections'

George Will: Progressives are wrong about the essence of the Constitution - The Washington Post

Clinton Fundraiser Pleads Guilty to Illegal Campaign Contributions

  A wealthy hotel executive and Democratic fundraiser who supported Hilary Clinton for president pleaded guilty Thursday to charges he secretly funneled more than $180,000 in illegal campaign contributions to three unnamed candidates and coached someone to lie about it. An informant caught Sant Singh Chatwal on tape in 2010 explaining that he believed his illegal fundraising bought him access to people in power.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Boughton’s gun shift is not one brief shining moment - Journal Inquirer: Editorials

Democratic common council leadership faulters?


After the Triad of the amigos of the New Britain Council subsequent to their leader's announcement  how he is going to vote with only three aldermen, including himself, following his dictates.   Which would have caused a state takeover of our city government if the rest of the Democratic Aldermen had followed their leader's demands .

After Mayor Erin Stewart presented her Power point presentation pointing out how our financial crisis is for real; the same leadership made a passionate plea to move on with the $10.10 per hour one year earlier than that of the state mandate and  again forewarned his Democrat followers and they obeyed to his dictates like sheep lead to slaughter and will be remembered for their acts come election day in New Britain.
A local media asked in its headline “ Did the Mayor’s presentation go unheard?
Everybody is concerned with the corruption in Connecticut such as in the Donavan matter; when they should be really concerned with the possible corruption within the Democratic common council membership with their not voting in the best interest of city’s taxpayers.

Fox Regular Art Laffer: The Minimum Wage Is Just The "Black Teenage Unemployment Act" | Blog | Media Matters for America

Motorola's enterprise business sold for $3.45B to Zebra Technologies - Computerworld

EXCLUSIVE: Daily News campaigning to save city’s beloved carriage horses  - NY Daily News


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

We The People

Isn't the entire country a free speech zone?

We are seeing something quite disturbing going on in this country. Each day we are losing our rights, and most people don't even realize it. The problem is accelerating. We see more and more blatant actions by the government, and people must stand up and do something. The latest action is the establishment of so-called "free speech.

U.S. should send ground troops to Ukraine - The Washington Post

By James Jeffrey,

Have Malloy policies destroyed historic Seaside? TheDay.com

Monday, April 14, 2014

Obama talks with no action

Obama Talks with Putin over his actions in Ukraine but, takes un action to resolve this conflict.    Weak ----   weaken USA to the World

3M to close Enfield manufacturing plant | HartfordBusiness.com

Sorry, Facebook, Google snatches up drone maker

GOP Strategist Accuses Pelosi of Starting 'Ugly Race War'

Russian Fighter Jet Buzzes US Navy Ship in Black Sea

How Jeb Bush crystallized the GOP dilemma on immigration | The Plum Line

Putin surprises the administration again | Right Turn

Shop owners weigh in on the state of business - The Bristol Press (bristolpress.com)


Here’s one thing that might improve ObamaCare’s popularity - AP: “As millions of Americans race to meet Tuesday’s tax deadline, their chances of getting audited are lower than they have been in years. Budget cuts and new responsibilities are straining the Internal Revenue Service’s ability to police tax returns. This year, the IRS will have fewer agents auditing returns than at any time since at least the 1980s. Taxpayer services are suffering, too, with millions of phone calls to the IRS going unanswered...Last year, the IRS audited less than 1 percent of all returns from individuals, the lowest rate since 2005…The IRS also is implementing large parts of President Obama’s health law, including enforcing the mandate that most people get health insurance.”

Sharyl Attkisson Tells Fox: Book Will Focus on Obama's 'Aggressive' Use of 'Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment' | NewsBusters

CTfastrak Work Will Close Section Of Stanley Street This Week - Courant.com

Sunday, April 13, 2014

3 dead in shootings at Jewish centers in Kansas, authorities say | Fox News

McCain: Obama Abandoning Ukrainian People to Putin's War Machine

Richard Lapointe

Take the case of Richard Lapointe, who this July will mark 25 years in prison since his arrest in the rape and murder of his wife's grandmother. His conviction in 1992, based in part on what some consider a questionable confession, stunned advocates for the mentally challenged and spawned a determined coalition of supporters seeking to free him. Decades later, his case is still on the docket -- with the state Supreme Court set to decide his fate. In some ways, the practices of police and prosecutors a quarter-century ago remain on trial as well.

Republicans Gain House Seat As Zawistowski Wins 61st District Special Election - Courant.com


Obama & Catastrophe as Public Policy: Marx’s Revolution Cometh

Friday, April 11, 2014

U.S. hits H-1B cap with 'high number' of petitions

By Patrick Thibodeau, Computerworld

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

NBCJ,  Editorial

Common Council Members addresses Mayor Stewart’s Budget Proposal.

Alderman Carlozzi proposed some very good ideas with his proposing to have the school district and city consolidating their health plans by having under the same health care  plan which would save millions of dollars he concluded.
He added to stop paying the city employees with paper checks on a weekly basis but to pay bi-weekly electronically which would save millions in labor in producing the paper checks.
He also added pooling the city vehicles on a sign out and sign in basis which is interfering with the department heads making and setting their own policies within their own departments.
The Police,& fire chiefs are capable to determine who are on call twenty four seven within their departments who must have their city vehicles 24/7.    As well as the city Building Department for the inspectors that are subject to 24-7 on call status.  I am sure the Health department may also have the same status as well.
The Common Council membership should not attempt to micromanage City Departments but place their trust in their department heads they have selected to make those calls.


Mayor’s Budget Shows 4.88 Mill Increase


Rowland Indicted In Two Alleged Campaign Finance Schemes - Courant.com

Jeb Bush Says GOP Can 'Restore American Greatness' - Courant.com

Mayor Erin Stewart received her GOP award of leadership of the year

Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Common Council Democrats Passed the $10.10 per hour minimum wage a year ahead, making them appear as they are State Legislators.

Sadly Alderman Trueworhty and his minions just do not get it.   Even after the Mayor’s power point presentation on how tight our finances are they ignored her plea of tightening our financial belts and passed this harmful resolution which harms our high school and college students from obtaining summer work from the City’s Park and Recreation Department.

If a passed resolution deserves a Mayor’s veto this is the one that should first on her list in order to provide summer work for our youth.



Russia hid information from FBI on Boston Marathon bomber: report - NY Daily News

Felons, fugitives bought guns amid backlog - baltimoresun.com

Sandy Hook victim feels “betrayed” by Boughton - offBeat

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Mayor Stewart’s power point budget presentation for year 2015


With frankness and sincerity she pointed out that our credit card is carrying a 19 million dollar debit with the following year facing a 33 million dollar debt possibly causing a bond rating downgrade for the City of New Britain.

She proposed reducing 28 positions at city hall and additionally reduced two employees in her office which will be replaced with volunteers to help with the management of her office needs.    She also asked that the retirees to come and work for 19.5 hours per week for the purpose of helping to train their successors.
She also proposed raising the parking fees in our garages and increasing fines without indicating the amount to be charged.   With all her fine negotiations with all the unions to make her proposal viable we are still facing a tax increase of 4.88 mills as city taxpayers.   The Mayor did admitted she had to make the hard decisions without being concerned with her re-election possibilities but her main concern was what was best for the residents.
The mayor displayed her leadership capabilities throughout Her presentation. 
This matter will have a public hearing and will subsequently be sent to the common council for their input and approval for the upcoming annual budget.



Ex-NY Cop Bo Dietl: Informant Sharpton Known as 'Fat Rat'

Mark Greenberg's Presentation


At yesterday’s GOP meeting, at City Hall, GOP Candidate Mark Greenberg made many interesting remarks for his bid for the congressional seat he seeks.

He with great emotion cited that “Obamacare needs to be repealed and replaced.”    He also noted “that his opponent only votes what Pelosi wants.”
He also noted with pride that the list of endorsements from GOP Town committees and state leaders changes by the hour with many adding their names in opposition to his opponent.
His Promise to "Control Taxes and runaway spending and making job growth and economic a property with tax reform."     Is exactly what we have not seen from his opponent’s tenure.      

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Coming Back To Connecticut For GOP Fundraiser | Capitol Watch

The Day - Malloy Inc.: Deal-making with a tax scofflaw | News from southeastern Connecticut

A Connecticut Kennedy, with ambitions on a seat in Hartford | The CT Mirror

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

New Britain's Town Clerk's office Off-Site 24-7 to Index and Land Records

We have been busily upgrading our technologies in the Town Clerk’s office. This is one of the newest upgrades which allows for 24/7 off-site access to New Britain’s index and land records.

New Britain joins over 50 Connecticut Town Clerks that have joined the Cott Systems network to allow this access. We have aggressive short and long term goals to utilize more modules for the public to use.

Go to www.newbritainct.gov  town clerk page and select land records

Please distribute to professionals that you may come in contact with on a daily basis; lawyers, brokers, title searchers, etc.

Thank you!

Mark H. Bernacki

New Britain Town and City Clerk

27 West Main Street Room 109

New Britain CT  06051




Sunday, April 6, 2014

Thank “God” for the Tans Program Salvation for Mayor ERIN.

The Mayor with her 2014-2015 budget presentation she has indicated her distain to the recommendation of her finance board of adding15 mills to a local media reflecting and stating that it would mean that the average taxpayer would see annual increase of $2,200 per household.
By her intending to utilize her rainy day fund provided by the “Tans funding” and proposing to using $12,500,000  of that fund in order to preventing tax increases for the city’s taxpayers.
With that in mind the common council membership will have to approve her recommendations and let us not experience a second round of the TANS meeting of three hours again. 


Ban guns on military bases ordered by Former President Clinton


As usual, the liberal drive by media is failing to tell the public the whole story about the ban of guns on military bases.  With a second shooting incident at Fort Hood, the public deserves to be reminded who caused this problem in the first place:

For the first 200+ years of our history, military members were allowed to carry whatever they wanted on military bases and with guns everywhere on every base, there was never any kind of mass shooting like has now unfortunately become commonplace under a total gun ban. Does anyone remember a mass shooting on a military base before the Clinton gun ban? You won't because there was never one before the gun ban.

In March 1993, President Bill Clinton ordered a ban of all guns on military bases not because of any problem that needed to be addressed, but apparently because he is simply a typical gun hating liberal Democrat. "Among President Clinton’s first acts upon taking office in 1993 was to disarm U.S. soldiers on military bases. In March 1993, the Army imposed regulations forbidding military personnel from carrying their personal firearms and making it almost impossible for commanders to issue firearms to soldiers in the U.S. for personal protection. (Washington Times 11/11/09).

Interestingly enough, Clinton was such a gun hating liberal, that disarming the military is reported as one of the first things Clinton did when he took office.  Clearly nothing is of more importance to a liberal extremist Democrat than to ban guns any way possible, otherwise with no history of problems on military bases, why was this among his highest priorities as soon as he was sworn into office?

If you Google mass shootings on military bases, you will find there have been 23 mass shootings on American military bases. The first one was in 1994, one year after the total gun ban went into place and to date there have been a total of 23. Just like in Chicago, gun bans simply cause mass carnage because only criminals can have guns and the innocent victims are powerless to defend themselves. Clearly the best way to respond to this phenomena of mass shootings on our military bases would be to end the Clinton gun ban and once again allow our military members their Constitutional rights to defend themselves. These soldiers deserve to be treated better after risking their lives for the safety of our nation. How many more of them must die simply because Democrats are pushing their liberal gun hating agenda?

New Britain Parking Authority accused of breaking rules - WFSB 3 Connecticut

Police Investigating Shooting Behind New Britain Diner - Courant.com

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Are you serious? Letter appears in Texas paper Written by a Ct. Resident

Are you really considering turning your state over to the Democrats?
I live in a state that has been ruled by Democrats for over 60 years (and it happens to be right next door to Wendy's native Rhode Island that has been just as destroyed by Democrats). Here are a few things you can expect if Texas becomes a blue state as the Democrats are trying so hard to accomplish (why do you think that liberal extremists from New York and California are pumping millions of dollars into Wendy's campaign coffers?):
Higher taxes in every category to pay for all the free stuff Democrats love to give away with other people's money (my Democrat state has the highest taxes on everything).
State income taxes (again to pay for all the free stuff)
State business income taxes
Free abortions for every women who wants one paid for by state taxpayers
Abortions for school children without parental consent or even parental knowledge that their 12 year old daughter was ever pregnant because abortion is the gem of the Democrats socialist utopia .
Gay marriage and laws forcing religious institutions to provide benefits to gay couples and perform gay marriages against their religious beliefs.
Outlawing guns and gun ownership because there is nothing Democrats as a group despise more than guns.
Liberal judges who are soft on crime and never send anyone to prison no matter how many times they are convicted of serious and dangerous felonies because Democrats don't believe in prison no matter how dangerous the criminal is
Repeal of the Death Penalty because they are always against killing viscous murderers but always seem to be OK with killing innocent unborn babies or even babies born alive--also known as "late term abortions" in liberal lingo.
Legalizing marijuana and taxing the crap out of it to fund even more free stuff to give away
Increases in every kind of welfare program to the point where there is no incentive to ever work again and every incentive to sit home and live free off of the taxpayers because everyone deserves their fair share of your wealth
Giving illegal aliens the right to vote so they can vote for Democrats
Forced unionization so that you are forced to belong to a union and pay their dues as a condition of employment and the union can in turn donate millions of dollars taken from you and other workers by force to donate to the political campaigns of Democrats.
More and more regulations because Democrats always know better than you how you should live your life.
You see it is not about this particular or any individual candidate. It is a question of whether or not you want to give Democrats control of your state. If the changes I described here are your vision for the future of Texas, then by all means vote for every Democrat in the next election. If you doubt me, then just take a look at all the states that Democrats have already destroyed with their socialism and ask yourself if that is what you want for your Texas?

Missing Jet possibel pulse.

Chinese ship detects 'pulse signal' in search for missing Malaysia Airlines jet, report says

Common Core

Common Core will be raising good little socialists, who are in tune with their feelings, not so much their critical thinking skills.”  - Author unknown

Tangled Deceit Will Cost Rowland — Again -- Courant.com

Kevin Rennie

Friday, April 4, 2014

Soros Spends $80 Million Pushing Pot Legalization

Roland Exit WTIC Program


Former Governor John Roland has resigned from his WTIC radio gig due to his entanglement with the Foleys who have pleaded guilty in Court and have exposed Roland as being involved.

This is not the Foley that is campaigning against Governor Malloy as  Governor. 

Please do not let the liberal media confuse the Foleys that pleaded guilty with the candidate that is running against Governor Malloy

Obamcare did not succeed everywhere has Obama Claimed

State blight roundup - WSJ: “Oregon's website still isn't fully functional: Applicants can't secure a policy without a worker finishing the task by hand. Maryland this week voted to scrap its exchange and build a new one at an expected cost of $40 million to $50 million. Hawaii's exchange has attracted just 7,242 enrollees, not enough to keep it financially viable in the long run, state officials said. The exchange also is struggling to process a backlog of 11,000 applicants who didn't get coverage by the March 31 enrollment deadline.”

Mayor Stewart Announces New City-Wide Anti-Blight Process


Various City War Monuments to be Restored


BRISTOLTODAY.COM: Bristol officials cringe at New Britain comparison

Wednesday, April 2, 2014


Governor Malloy said Tuesday he called on CBS, the owner of WTIC AM radio to remove Rowland from the air. A spokesperson for WTIC issued a statement saying they are monitoring the situation closely.
It is obvious he has proven himself to be a socialist dictator attempting to control the local media like WTIC radio.   It is sad but true; that dictators always control the media and Malloy is not any different.
He has recently announced his bid for re-election for the Governor’s seat and the media is confusing the voting public with the Foley name when in reality it is not the Foley that is running against him that is involved with former Governor Roland.
But, the liberal media will continue to mention the Foley name with their adverse slant.  

New Britain Mayor Reminders Elderly, Disabled About Tax Relief Offer - Courant.com

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Foleys Plead Guilty In Campaign Scheme Linked To Rowland - Courant.com



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