Articles by: Juliana Simone

American Warrior Will Send 1000th WWII Veteran to Washington D.C.

On April 26th AmericanWarrior.org will send the 1000th WWII Veteran to Washington DC. Former State Representative Chris Coutu said today, “It has been an amazing journey and I thank you all for standing by me. It has not been easy, but we have made a patriotic difference. Join us for […]

Indictment Charges Former Governor Rowland with Illegal Activity in Two Congressional Campaigns

The United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut and the United States Postal Inspection Service announced that a federal grand jury in New Haven returned a seven-count indictment today charging JOHN G. ROWLAND, 56, of Middlebury, with offenses stemming from his efforts to conceal the extent of his involvement […]

by · April 10, 2014 · 0 comments · CT Government, Politics

Connecticut should not embrace national popular vote

By Peter Lumaj Republican Candidate for Secretary of the State 2014 If Connecticut embraces the National Popular Vote (NPV), it would agree to throw its seven electoral votes to the presidential candidate with the highest popular vote, whether or not he or she got the most votes in Connecticut. Since […]

CT CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE, HUSBAND, ADMIT VIOLATING FEDERAL CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS

The United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut and the United States Postal Inspection Service announced that LISA WILSON-FOLEY, a former candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, and her husband, BRIAN FOLEY, of Simsbury, pleaded guilty today before U.S Magistrate Judge Donna F. Martinez in Hartford to conspiring […]

Tom Foley: “Malloy Math” Exposed Again; OFA Says Malloy Budget Has $70 Million Hole

Stamford, Conn., — Tom Foley today issued the following statement in response to today’s CT Mirror article on Governor Malloy’s budget: “When the Governor released his faux budget surplus several weeks ago, we pointed out that it was a sham. We also said that the governor underestimates the memories and […]

by · March 24, 2014 · 0 comments · CT Government, Politics

Does Elizabeth Esty think giving up control of the Internet is a good idea?

Background: Since 1998, the nonprofit Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has been handling the Domain Names and Web Addresses for the entire Internet, but the contract between the Commerce Department and ICANN is set to expire in September 2015 and the Obama Administration last Friday stated its […]

by · March 24, 2014 · 0 comments · CT Government, Politics
CPAC 2014

CPAC 2014

The annual Conservative Political Action Conference was held this past March 6th, 7th and 8th and brought to the event most of the strongest voices in the Republican Party, whether current or former elected officials, political commentators or lesser known advocates who work hard behind the scenes in leadership roles.

A Visit From President Obama: Minimum Wage For Dummies

In the state of Connecticut, where very little goes on in terms of excitement, it was big news the current sitting President, Barack Hussein Obama (D), was coming to address students at New Britain’s Connecticut State Central University

Tom Foley: “Minimum Wage is a Fairness Issue”

Stamford, Conn., — Tom Foley today issued the following statement on the minimum wage: “The minimum wage is a fairness issue, so I support raising the minimum wage nationally to help people who struggle the most to earn a living. But Connecticut’s problem isn’t the minimum wage. Connecticut’s problem is […]

Statement by Mark Greenberg on President Obama’s visit to Connecticut

“President Obama’s new budget proposal calls for a massive spending increase, coupled with higher taxes and more debt being placed on the backs of future generations. Connecticut families would get hit particularly hard by this proposal. If the President wants to aid Connecticut families and help them get jobs, he […]