I love municipal politics. Those who detest the way President Donald Trump conducts himself obviously haven’t paid attention to their local races for mayors, school boards or even dog catcher. These epic struggles can and often do get nasty in a way that would make the sitting president blush. Stolen yard signs are typically the
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People have a very low opinion of their representatives in government. One need not bore you with statistics to show this lack of faith in elected representatives. A major reason for this is the electorate does not feel like their voices are being heard. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in Connecticut. After tax increase
Most of us who are of a certain age were raised to not discuss three things with strangers. Religion, how much we make and politics. This was so we were considered polite when meeting new people. Things have certainly changed. You can blame it on social media, millennials or even Donald Trump. In the case
Although scant on details, the body language during the post budget negotiation press conference paints a grim picture for the GOP leadership. Speaker Joe Aresimowicz was absolutely giddy Rep. Matt Lesser was also ecstatic and mentioned that Hartford will be pleased with the negotiated deal. But Sen. Len Fasano and Rep. Klarides were so stone
What’s worse than being a weak, first term state representative? Being a weak, first term state representative that has tied their fortunes to a governor that is less popular than a a deer tick. State Representatives Christine Conley (D- Groton, Ledyard) and Joe Del la Cruz (D- Groton, New London) issued identical statements (found
No one in Connecticut politics became more irrelevant than Governor Dannel Malloy did yesterday. Suffering a smack down by Moody’s Investor Service and his feeble attempt at relevancy by proposing a fourth budget (one outright rejected by BOTH parties) the weakened chief executive was not just lame, but had his feathers plucked as well.
The next night the tenth man didn’t show up for drinks so the nine sat down and had their beers without him. But when it came time to pay the bill, they discovered something important. They didn’t have enough money between all of them for even half of the bill! by Dan Mitchell In
In these pages we hope to add perspective to stories affecting those who live in the Constitution State. We will try to cut through some of the bias presented by too many of the state’s news sources. Connecticut is sitting on the precipice of major change. The direction this change takes can’t be left to