The Barkhamsted Republican Town Committee presents an interview with First Congressional Republican Candidate Matthew Corey and BRTC Chair and Host Juliana Simone.
The facts are clear. Governors have the right to exercise veto authority, and my friend Rick Perry exercised his constitutional authority and stood up for responsible government when he vetoed funding for a Texas agency run by someone who plead guilty to DWI and served 45 days in jail.
Statement from Connecticut Congressional Fifth District Candidate Mark Greenberg (R) – “Elizabeth Esty is once again showing her disdain for the taxpayers in the 5th District. Even though she has served less than two years in office, Esty has quickly mastered the art of exploiting taxpayers for political purposes, in this […]
As with nearly every other issue of national urgency, Elizabeth Esty has remained silent on the current crisis on our border with Mexico. Even though the Obama Administration has now announced that thousands of children trying to enter the U.S. illegally in recent months will not be allowed to […]
An important lesson for the RNC and the state GOP affiliate’s should be the simple illustration in the recent upset of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s defeat in his recent primary in the state of Virginia, that money on hand made no difference in who was elected by voters.
SPEAKERS PUSH NIGERIA ISSUE TO FOREFRONT OF NATIONAL AGENDA The 2014 Republican Leadership Conference concluded this evening after delegates heard from America’s top Republicans, including Chairman Reince Priebus, governors, congressional leaders and numerous potential presidential contenders. An emphasis on social issues emerged during the opening session, but speakers pushed U.S. […]
Governor Dannel Malloy has a rough and tumble personality. Even his friends and political associates acknowledge that he has “sharp elbows,” but one of Connecticut’s prominent public pulse takers, director of the Quinnipiac University poll Douglas Schwartz, notes that there are more important issues in elections than likeability: “…the economy is clearly the […]
The good news is that Secretary of State John Kerry is not Ayaan Hersi Ali, and therefore his address to Yale graduates on College Class Day was not cancelled by a tremulous administration responding to charges that the appointed speaker had needlessly denigrated Islam. Yale, one may be thankful, is not […]