Tag Archives: Yankee Institute for Public Policy

Bad journalism? You decide (part two)

After I exposed you to a blunder from the Balkan press, here’s another gaffe, this time from the Connecticut press, a state that I have been covering for almost two years at ConnecticutPlus.com. Continue reading

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Health care explained in general

Among the biggest debates not only in the U.S. but all over the world as well is health care. People have cherished good health over the years so much that in most cultures there is at least one general wish that has to do with the other side’s good health. Continue reading

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Yankee Institute for Public Policy with a new media project

In an email sent to supporters, sponsors and followers, the Yankee Institute for Public Policy – a Hartford-based Connecticut politics think-tank – announced that it launched a new media project, raisinghale.com in the name of Nathan Hale, also known as USA’s first spy and the state hero of Connecticut, who was executed by the British on September 22, 1776 during the Battle of Long Island. Before his execution, Nathan Hale uttered his most famous statement in his life: “I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country.” Continue reading

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