Category Archives: Hartford Politics

Connecticut Republican Convention Governor’s Race by the Numbers

Below are some of my observations after this weekend’s Republican Party convention, and specifically the Governor’s race as it unfolded over the almost six hours needed to create a Party nominee with a 50% +1 majority on Saturday.  The sausage making.  This … 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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On liquor, Governor Malloy is a Supply and Demand Curve Savant 

Not often I side with Governor Malloy, but he is right on SB 14, even if he’s doing it for the wrong reason.  I believe this bill should pass because it benefits consumers and the state has no business running … 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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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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Secret Meetings in Hartford, to Rule and be Ruled

As Aristotle instructed, “the virtue of a citizen is the capacity to rule and to be ruled”. The secret meetings and usurpation of our state and federal constitution by the King and Prince of Hartford are stunning.  For Governor Malloy … Continue reading

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