• CCDL Statement on Oregon Shooting (Connecticut Citizens Defense League)

    From Columbine to Sandy Hook to Roseburg Oregon, there is one irrefutable fact: Signs or laws that bar individuals from possessing the means for personal protection will not work, nor have they ever worked against criminals who are bent on murder”.

  • Hillar-ious Video: Behind the scenes video of a recent Clinton fundraiser

    Former Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s floundering presidential campaign just released their 3rd quarter fundraising numbers. Ever wonder what a Clinton for President fundraiser really looks like? …this was the Santorum Campaign’s best guess.

  • Norwich Candidate’s Statement on Budget Referendum

    Norwich Candidate’s Statement on Budget Referendum

    The practice of raising taxes, increasing spending and pushing the cost of living beyond the means of the majority of Norwich residents is approaching the breaking point. Middle class families are leaving the city while potential new employers avoid high costs and move to surrounding towns. Our seniors living on fixed incomes are being crushed under the weight of these high taxes. The Democrats are responsible for this mess.

  • Senate Republican Minority Leader Len Fasano at Silver Sands Beach Club 9/29/15

    CT Senate Republicans Dinner and Discussion Event

    Senator Fasano spoke first, and talked about the first largest tax increase in the history of Connecticut, as well as the second largest tax increase, which were both under Governor Malloy.

  • State Senator Witkos: What’s Happening at the Department of Labor?

    State Senator Witkos: What’s Happening at the Department of Labor?

    Although this federal funding change indicates a lower unemployment rate, we have to keep in mind that CT is still not out of the woods when it comes to employment numbers.
    Connecticut still lags behind nearby states. Job growth is very uneven. For example, CT’s manufacturing sector lost 917 jobs over the past year. In addition, 66% of total job gains recently reported by the state Department of Labor came from temporary help and landscaping – not permanent year round jobs. Another 27% in growth came from government jobs. Another concerning factor is what could happen if companies start leaving CT as GE has all but committed to. It won’t be long before more jobs leave from companies of all sizes as the elimination of one huge player will undoubtedly have a ripple effect on the whole state, including our unemployment rate. Already, one in every three companies has reported being solicited to leave the state.

  • Aquarion Water Company Urges Voluntary Water Conservation

    Aquarion Water Company Urges Voluntary Water Conservation

    With a lack of significant rainfall, and as a result of the Connecticut Department of Public Health’s advisory for voluntary water conservation, Aquarion Water Company is asking its customers to voluntarily conserve water and stop non-essential outdoor water use. Connecticut is currently experiencing conditions ranging from “abnormally dry” to “moderate drought” due to an extended dry spell, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

  • CT State Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano

    Republican State Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano: Help us protect hospitals

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy recently announced huge cuts to hospital funding, as well as damaging cuts to mental health care and other vital social services. It is wrong to balance the Democrats’ failed budget on the backs of the most vulnerable.



    “Blumenthal lacks all integrity on this issue. He waited until the last possible moment, counted the votes and decided to opportunistically throw in with the President. A real profile in courage.” Wolf concluded.