Category Archives: Commentary and Letters

The Opposite Will Occur

Whatever the Government tells you, the complete opposite will occur. After the 2008 financial crisis, we were told the banks are too big to fail and we need a law.  The Dodd-Frank Bill was passed and signed into law by … Continue reading

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Obama Says Race Relations Better, Really?

President Obama told me tonight race relations are better.  Really. Apparently, President Obama has missed the protests, rioting, looting and property ablaze that occurred across our entire country over the past two years, led by the group Black Lives Matter … Continue reading

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The Law – Bastiat

“Man can live and satisfy his wants only by ceaseless labor; by the ceaseless application of his faculties to natural resources. This process is the origin of property. But it is also true that a man may live and satisfy … Continue reading

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Government Knows we are Dullards

On 11 June, our governor, Dannel Malloy, vetoed an Education Bill that was unanimously passed by CT’s General Assembly (GA). The Bill implemented a state wide ban on chocolate milk in our school systems. When people found out and the … Continue reading

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Free Stuff and Wolves

An email passed along from an older, wiser friend and patriot regarding the class warfare used as a cudgel by our president and the members of the Democrat party against anyone who dare disagree with their socialist endeavors.   The email … Continue reading

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Questions for State Senator Williams and Representative Flexer

Below is a Letter to the Editor published in the Killingly Villager 14 June 2013 from Patriot Anne who calls out State Senator Don Williams and State Representative Mae Flexer for not meeting with We the People, their constituents in … Continue reading

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Misinformation given at recent QVCC forum

The following open letter to Sen. Donald Williams was penned by Rita Conrad and appeared in the May 17th edition of the Villager Newspapers: Dear Senator Donald Williams, and the editor of the Villager Newspapers — the business community and other … Continue reading

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Malloy Lies to Nation on CNN; CT Gun Maker Speaks the Truth

“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.”  – attributed to Socrates In an interview with CNN, Governor Malloy demeans and slanders the gun industry painting them as irresponsible businessmen with no regard for public safety.  … Continue reading

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FDR’s Freedom from Fear

The Bulletin Posted Mar 25, 2013 @ 11:59 PM Norwich, Conn. — Fearing for American lives and national security during W.W.II, President Roosevelt unconstitutionally imprisoned citizens, mostly Japanese Americans. Although the majority were of legal status, having established lives and … Continue reading

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DO POLITICAL PROTESTS MATTER? EVIDENCE FROM THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT

A recent report from Harvard Kennedy School, American Enterprise Institute (AEI), and Stockholm University offers a study of the effects of protest rallies on voter turnout and public policy, and in particular the Tea Party movement which they define as … Continue reading

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