June 14, 2013 Written by Juliana Simone Stonington, CT – What better day for distinguished veteran and former Congressman Rob Simmons to host his home town Republican Town Committee’s fundraiser than Flag Day? The retired Colonel spent the morning raising the large flag in the center of Mystic to celebrate [...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Conservative Union (ACU) today announced the second round of featured speakers ...
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today at a bill signing ceremony in Hartford highlighted significant...
Stamford, CT- The 39th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner post interview with State Rep. John Piscopo (R-76) conducted...
Bill supports submarine construction and other items critical to Connecticut’s economy, rejects new BRAC round WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Joe Courtney and the U.S. House of Representatives today passed the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (H.R. 1960), by a vote of 315-108. The bill fully supports continued investment in programs [...]Read more ›
Stamford, CT- The 39th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner had a packed crowd of strong Republican leadership. Chairman Jerry Labriola, Jr. delivers an opening speech.Read more ›
Former Connecticut U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman has shown that there is life after politics. The usual route for departing Beltway politicians is to associate themselves with a large law firm in some lobbying or quasi-lobbying capacity, thereby softening for the clients of the firm the burdensome laws and regulations [...]Read more ›
Mark Greenberg has been putting holes in his shoes since he last announced his candidacy for the U.S. House in Connecticut’s 5th District. Although the 2014 election is 17 months in the future, Mr. Greenberg already has issued some impressive endorsements. “I am proud that so many leaders [...]Read more ›
Take any group of political activists, put them together for a few years, shake well and you will get a brass band marching in several directions to the beat of each individual drum. This pretty much describes the tendency of any party central committee where entropy is king. Entropy, the [...]Read more ›
During the last presidential election, Republicans put up against a popular president a candidate, Mitt Romney, who had a deep and admirable political and business history. Republicans were surprised when President Barack Obama, perhaps the most progressive political candidate since progressivism was showcased in a serious way in the [...]Read more ›