Winsted, CT- watch Right Principles co-founder and fourth congressional district grass roots leader Bob MacGuffie and Barkhamsted Republican Town Committee Chairman and Host Juliana Simone, as they discuss in his second appearance upcoming congressional races in the fourth and fifth districts and the Governor’s, the tea party and the insiders, […]
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Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky released on Monday a 40 page preliminary report on the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. He has promised to release the full report numbering 2,000 pages sometime or other, perhaps in May. Release of the full report has now been twice delayed. What, some […]Read more ›
We don’t like being lied to – and we don’t like being lied about. Earlier this month in the comfortable confines of the annual Jefferson Jackson Bailey Dinner, Governor Malloy let loose with a frustrated and mendacious tirade against the Tea Party http://ctdems.org/2013/10/remarks-from-governor-dannel-p-malloy-at-the-2013-jjb-dinner/ It seems that even with […]Read more ›
It’s now official, though it may take some time for Governor Dannel Malloy’s message to trickle down to the members of Connecticut’s all Democratic U.S. Congressional Delegation: “I understand this frustration,” Malloy said. “I’m frustrated. I think the federal government has messed up big time. This couldn’t have been […]Read more ›
Hartford, CT- Gleason vs Smolinski appeal went to the Connecticut Appellate Court the family of missing person Billy Smolinski, appealed to the court to overturn the judgment delivered by the trial judge that granted almost sixty thousand dollars to a suspect in the case for defamation and emotional distress, for […]Read more ›
The FBI’s singing canary in the Donovan probe, “labor activist” Ray Soucy, was not given prison time for the part he had played in the attempted corruption of former Speaker of the State House Chris Donovan. The lede on a story in a Hartford paper ran as follows: “A […]Read more ›
Stamford, Conn., — Last week Tom Foley ran an ad in New York City appealing to residents thinking of fleeing Mayor De Blasio’s progressive agenda. Foley suggested they wait another year until Connecticut has a new governor, acknowledging that New York City residents fleeing De Blasio’s agenda are unlikely […]Read more ›