By endorsing Mark Greenberg’s candidacy for the U.S. Congress in Connecticut’s 5th District, a seat now held by U.S. Representative Elizabeth Esty, state senate leader John McKinney has tossed a wrench into the political machinery. Mr. McKinney is an announced candidate for governor, a position now held by Governor Dannel […]
Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky released on Monday a 40 page preliminary report on the Sandy Hook...
It’s now official, though it may take some time for Governor Dannel Malloy’s message to trickle down to the...
Hartford, CT- Gleason vs Smolinski appeal went to the Connecticut Appellate Court the family of missing person Billy...
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 ›
An Obamacare supporter had just finished explaining on Facebook that Obamacare, once fully implemented, would ring out of the private insurance market all those expensive and useless “substandard” plans when, hesto presto, Mr. Obama, under pressure from Democratic notables such as former President Bill Clinton to keep his promise that […]Read more ›
Do Crime Victims’ Families Have A Right To Put Up “Missing Person” Posters? Gleason v. Smolinski, Case No.: AC34990 Hartford, CT – This November 20th, oral arguments will be heard in the Connecticut Appellate Court at 75 Elm Street in downtown Hartford when the family of missing person Billy […]Read more ›
So then, what’s wrong with secrecy in politics? Former U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, then a Democrat from New York, was the chairman of a congressional commission that in the post-Cold War period inquired into the uses of governmental secrecy. Moynihan felt that a “culture of secrecy” had pervaded […]Read more ›
The Tea Party in Connecticut is likely to loom large in future state-wide campaigns, even though Democrats in Connecticut would be hard pressed to name any incumbent Tea Party members in the General Assembly. There are no Tea Party incumbents in Connecticut’s left of center U.S. Congressional delegation, all […]Read more ›