Post Tagged with: "juliana simone"

Ameriborn News Picks Foley and Walker for Republican Primary

Ameriborn News Network CEO William Landers and Editor/Contributing author Juliana Simone pick businessman Tom Foley and former U.S. Comptroller General Dave Walker for Connecticut’s Republican primary tomorrow. Tom Foley:   Although Tom Foley has been portrayed by the mainstream media and in competitor’s advertisements as some sort of insensitive elitist […]

Cantor’s Loss Shows It’s Not All About the Money

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.

Attorney Says Sex Was Consensual Between 81-year Old Woman and 43-year Old Man in Windsor Locks Hotel Room

Attorney Says Sex Was Consensual Between 81-year Old Woman and 43-year Old Man in Windsor Locks Hotel Room

At the Enfield Court House this morning, Donald Papcsy, the Norwalk attorney representing Windsor resident Jeffrey Laporto, 43, said the charges against his client were unfounded.

CPAC 2014

CPAC 2014

The annual Conservative Political Action Conference was held this past March 6th, 7th and 8th and brought to the event most of the strongest voices in the Republican Party, whether current or former elected officials, political commentators or lesser known advocates who work hard behind the scenes in leadership roles.

by · March 10, 2014 · 0 comments · Politics, U.S. News

A Visit From President Obama: Minimum Wage For Dummies

In the state of Connecticut, where very little goes on in terms of excitement, it was big news the current sitting President, Barack Hussein Obama (D), was coming to address students at New Britain’s Connecticut State Central University

by · March 5, 2014 · 0 comments · Connecticut News, Politics
Connecticut House Republican Chief of Staff George Gallo resigns: A personal perspective

Connecticut House Republican Chief of Staff George Gallo resigns: A personal perspective

Written by Juliana Simone Hartford, CT – For disclosure purposes, for readers outside of the Connecticut Republican party who don’t know the minutiae of our members, I should reveal that George Gallo was my former boss in 2007 when I worked for the House Republicans. {Andrew Norton, Chief of Staff […]

by · February 21, 2014 · 1 comment · Politics
Mark Greenberg on the Importance of Veteran’s Day

Mark Greenberg on the Importance of Veteran’s Day

  On Veteran’s Day, we will honor the proud service our men and women in uniform have given to our great nation since its founding. America is the greatest country in the world, thanks to the sacrifices of our veterans and their families. We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to those who fought and […]

by · November 11, 2013 · 0 comments · Connecticut News
Barkhamsted Republicans Win Every Contested Seat in Municipal Elections

Barkhamsted Republicans Win Every Contested Seat in Municipal Elections

November 7, 2013 November 5th, 2013 Barkhamsted – When Tuesday’s results came in, Barkhamsted Republicans were proud to learn their party’s candidates had won every uncontested seat on the ballot. The hottest races this election cycle were the Board of Education seats – both at the local elementary school and […]

by · November 8, 2013 · 0 comments · Connecticut News
“Save the State” Honest Elections Event

“Save the State” Honest Elections Event

October 5th, 2013 Written by Juliana Simone West Simsbury, CT – This warm sunny October afternoon was a perfect day for the “Save the State” rally for honest elections held at the home of Joe and Laura Patrina. Guests heard a variety of enthusiastic speakers who were slated to talk […]

by · October 6, 2013 · 0 comments · Connecticut News
Annual Goshen RTC Pig Roast

Annual Goshen RTC Pig Roast

September 28, 2013 Written by Juliana Simone   Goshen, CT – The Goshen Republican Town Committee held its annual pig roast Saturday at the Congregational Church. The sunny late September day brought out a good crowd to hear a number of candidates and elected officials that include the small town […]

by · October 1, 2013 · 0 comments · Connecticut News