Saturday, November 29, 2014

Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson resigns | Fox News

Alderman Louis Salvio Sets City of New Britain Financial Issues Straight!

Mayor Erin Stewart was elected in November of 2013. Prior to that date, she held only one position in city government, a seat on the City Board of Education. Thus, she had no vote on the passing of the 2013-2014 City Budget. Nor did former Mayor Timothy Stewart. From November of 2011 thorough to the Municipal Election of November of 2013, the City’s finances were controlled by the Mayor Tim O’Brien Administration and the 13 Democrat Common Council.

The following list of actions that occurred under the O’Brien Administration and the then Common Council had nothing to do with Mayor’s Erin or Timothy Stewart:
  • reached the limit of the city’s bonded indebtedness
  • produced budgets with overinflated revenues
  • $ hundreds of thousands of dollars given to cronies for “no show/no product jobs or products, e.g.; bloated his office staff
  • waived taxes in perpetuity for the HRA property that, using today’s rates would produce $300,000 annually; and used HRA to pay for phantom city positions
  • gave $ tens of thousands of dollars in raises for department heads, directors (acting or real)
  • dismantled the Dept. of Municipal Development thus creating problems with disposition of HUD funds
  • the phony 2013-2014 was passed gleefully by the then Common Council with the profuse approval of 12 of the13 Council Democrats
The list above represents only a fraction of the financial distress of New Britain produced by the O’Brien Administration. And yet, New Britain Democrat “leaders” continue to play the blame game. Our entire State Legislative Delegation was complicit in this scenario and yet, voters reelected all of them.

Today’s Herald points out what Mayor Stewart has had to do to try to right New Britain’s financial ship. In the meantime, it is the innocent taxpayers that will suffer.

Lou Salvio, Alderman



Plane Crash Lands On Busway In West Hartford; Pilot Not Injured - Hartford Courant

CEOs Threaten to Pull Tacit Obamacare Support in 'Wellness' Spat

» Ferguson Obscures Much Bigger Problems in the 'Black Community' » Commentary -- GOPUSA

The battle between Netflix and HBO is just beginning. And this man holds the key. - The Washington Post

Darren Wilson to resign police badge 'in an amicable fashion' - Washington Times

Pentagon prepares for more detainee releases from Guantanamo Bay | Fox News

Hartford Hospital Pays Homage To Its Architectural Past In Garden - Hartford Courant

Friday, November 28, 2014

State Republican Party chairman: Connecticut Republicans say that the state Republican Party leadership needs to change, but they cannot decide exactly which steps to take after such a tough year at the ballot box. - Hartford Courant

More Detainees Set for Release From Guantanamo

Brown committing a strong-arm robbery just minutes prior to his killing.

At approximately 8:15 p.m., on Monday, November 25th, 2014, St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch began his news conference at a courthouse in Clayton, Mo., by expressing his sympathies for Michael Brown’s family, noting that they lost a loved one to violence. On August 9th, Brown had been shot dead by police officer Darren Wilson, presumably, while using justifiable deadly-force in the line of duty as he defended himself from a life-threatening attack by Brown, pursuant to the latter committing a strong-arm robbery just minutes prior to his killing.

Burt Reynolds auctioning off memorabilia amid money woes - NY Daily News

Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton split from Obama as presidential campaign nears - Washington Times

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Two Men Arrested After New Britain Robbery - Hartford Courant

Young Mr. Brown certainly takes after his Father.

» Report: New Black Panthers Plotted to Blow up Arch, Kill Prosecutor, Sheriff » News -- GOPUSA

Police commissioner’s son arrested in robbery - Central Connecticut Communications: New Britain Herald

Thanks, But No Thanks, Obama: Top Potential Prospects Turn Down Defense Secretary Opening - Fox Nation

Experimental Ebola vaccine proves effective in first trial - NY Daily News

Clinton State Dept. Blew $18.5 Mil to Renovate Unused Afghan Jail - Judicial Watch

Berlin Calls Hearing On Senior Housing Plan - Hartford Courant


Berlin Council: Next Step On Police Station Up To Police Commission - Hartford Courant


A Time for Closing the Book on New Britain's Leaves & Pages - Hartford Courant

By: Don Stacom

Two Men Arrested After New Britain Robbery - Hartford Courant

Rock Cats To Hold Off-Season Festivities For Families - Hartford Courant

By: Don Stacom

Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education tarred by deleted email evidence - Hartford Courant

By: Kevin Rennie

Driver's licenses to be issued to immigrants in Connecticut

HARTFORD >> Immigrants living in the state illegally will soon be able to obtain a driver's license under a new program designed to teach the rules of the road to people who likely have been behind the wheel for years anyway. The Department of Motor Vehicles is expecting thousands of immigrants to begin taking the steps needed to obtain a new state-issued driver's license or learning permit.

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Obama's Problems with the New Congress

Immigration reform, Keystone XL, net neutrality, ObamaCare manipulation (Gruber disclosures), bankrupting coal, bankrupting business... Don’t forget the president’s encouraging the choreographed protests that followed the grand jury’s lack of an indictment of Officer Darren Wilson and Obama’s champion Eric Holder’s unwillingness to accept the ruling.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer: Amnesty Costs 'Horrendous' for States


It sounded odd that Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., the man who perhaps most aggressively represents Wall Street’s interests in the Senate, was advertising a speech in which he would urge the Democratic Party to “embrace government.” The two entities would pretty well have to get naked to get any closer, but there’s always appeal among ideologues for the belief that more ideological purity is the answer to political problems. Schumer, however, seemed a strange messenger. While there is a strong Carneysian relationship between Schumer’s financial-sector constituents and a beefy federal government, Schumer is far closer to his fellow former New York Senator and Goldman-Sachs enthusiast Hillary Clinton than any of the self-styled “populist progressives” of his party. So what gives? It turns out that Schumer was making not an argument for government but for governing, a strong echo of the already emerged themes of Clinton’s campaign. Schumer most notably attacked ObamaCare, not for its goals or provisions, but for the way it was introduced, passed and implemented saying that Democrats “blew the opportunity the American people gave them.”

Darren Wilson defends actions in Michael Brown shooting death - Washington Times

Capitol Watch Blog - Hartford Courant

U-Conn Health Center Changes

Poor are just Democrats' pretext; and Newtown was a fluke - Journal Inquirer: Chris Powell

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Reverend Sharpton MIA in Ferguson meeting with fellow preachers.

Watching Fox News regarding the Ferguson religious preachers requesting that the citizens of the town be mindful of their youngsters and their where about during the unfortunate crises.
Amazing the preacher that was missing was Sharpton who personally convicted the police officer, the very same day this youngster who robbed a local store, and was shot by the officer who was attempting to apprehend him.

Under Obama’s immigration action, many of those protected from deportation will also be eligible for Social Security, Medicare, and other benefits - The Washington Post

Schumer Says Democrats Erred by Passing Health Care in 2010

Sharpton, again

- As is usually the case amid racial unrest, the president is turning to MSNBC host Al Sharpton, a favorite of top Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. Initially skeptical, it was reportedly Jarrett who convinced Sharpton together they could make changes for the country. The controversial television host advised Obama on the Trayvon Martin case, the selection process for the new attorney general, post-Election losses for the Democrats and the latest battle over immigration and executive action. In the initial days following the shooting of Michael Brown, it was said to be Jarrett who reached out to Sharpton to advise how to handle the situation.

Dershowitz: Force May Be Israel's Only Option Against Iran Nukes

Ted Cruz to Obama: Consider Lieberman for Defense Secretary

Grand jury in Ferguson case does not indict officer in Michael Brown shooting | Fox News

Grand jury in Ferguson case does not indict officer in Michael Brown shooting | Fox News

Monday, November 24, 2014

Hagel First Obama Domino to Fall After Midterms

Betsy McCaughey: Obama Violated Constitution 'Two Dozen Times'

Grand jury reaches decision in case of Ferguson officer - The Washington Post

Is There Honor in Amnesty

Why is Microsoft updating Windows PCs for a security bug on the server? | Computerworld

Disruptive technology: Dead companies do tell tales | Computerworld

Warren in Tel Aviv with Bibi on deadline day

- Jerusalem Post: “While it is two full years before the 2016 US presidential race, the parade of possible candidates to Israel began Monday afternoon with a meeting by Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Warren, whose name has been mentioned as a possible challenger to Hillary Clinton for the democratic nomination, arrived Saturday in Tel Aviv, and will also visit Ramallah and Amman. This is the first trip abroad for the senator, elected in 2012 and who has so-far concentrated largely on US domestic issues.”

Report: Israel Considering Military Action Against Iran

Defense Secretary Hagel, under pressure, submits resignation - The Washington Post

Graham: House Benghazi report is 'full of crap' - Washington Times

U.S. tells Iran to consider nuclear talks extension - NY Daily News

Israel 'Jewish nation' bill moves forward - NY Daily News

Obama Also Issues “Ebola Amnesty” - Judicial Watch

Lindsey Graham: New Benghazi Report 'Full of Crap'

Ted Cruz: Obama Essentially 'Counterfeiting Immigration Papers'

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Executive Amnesty’s Alinsky-inspired ‘Bishop-gate’

New Britain ranked 3rd most distressed municipality - Central Connecticut Communications: New Britain Herald


We went through a Presidency with that individual using his notoriety to become a member of the Board of Education and with my resigning as it’s treasure, forcing an election of new officers, that occurred in the recent past. As A board member, I attempted to make two motions at that meeting but, was cut off by the newly elected Vice president who immediately turned over the microphone over to Mayor Erin Stewart for her presentation. Needless to indicate that my motions were never evaluated by those members in attendance. We have had many effective leaders in the past like former mayors, State Commissioners, but one stands out who was outstanding in scaring both sides of the political spectrum, being Mr. Stanley Nevers, who held elected representatives from both parties accountable for the expenditure of the tax payers dollars. The CPOA took no issue over the sale of the Patton Brook Well because the Mayor was expecting the sale to go through but, Alderman David DeFronzo took a stand against the sale, with the proposal being defeated. The CPOA also has not made any issue over the Alderman Trueworthy’s episode at the Mayor’s office and the adverse anti-gay comments directed at owners of a city establishment. There were other issues the spokesman for the CPOA organization failed to address. Sincerely, Frank Smith, New Britain a CPOA Board Member.

Kerry says ‘big gaps’ remain in Iran nuclear talks

Jay Carney Admits Obama Acted Directly Against Previous Statements in Immigration Move

Krauthammer: ‘If You Like Your Constitution, You Can’t Keep Your Constitution’ - Fox Nation

Editorial: Obama against the clock - NY Daily News

A Time for Closing the Book on New Britain's Leaves & Pages - Hartford Courant

Taxpayers 'Gouged' by Obama's Unnecessary Travel

President Obama's Labor Day 2014 weekend trips for fundraising, personal business, and politicking ran up a tab of $1,539,400 in taxpayer-paid transportation expenses.

That disclosure comes from U.S. Air Force records obtained by Judicial Watch in response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed the day after Labor Day.

Obama began his Labor Day weekend by flying to Westchester, N.Y., on Friday, August 29. While there he attended two fundraisers for the Democratic National Committee.

Later that day he took off for Providence, R.I., for a fundraiser at a private residence, where tickets cost up to $32,400. The event was Obama's ninth fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee this year, Judicial Watch noted.

The trips to Westchester and Providence cost taxpayers $527,192 for transportation alone.

Obama was originally scheduled to fly back to Westchester on Friday night, spend the night there, then return to Washington after attending the wedding of White House chef Sam Kass and MSNBC host Alex Wagner on Saturday. But he changed his plans at the last minute and flew to Washington instead.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said this change allowed Obama to "sleep in his own bed, do a little work tomorrow, spend some time with his family, and then travel back to New York."

Flying to Washington, D.C., instead of Westchester required an additional 1.4 hours spent on Air Force One, which added $295,227 more in taxpayer dollars to bring the total cost of the round trip between New York and D.C. to $358,490.

Obama wrapped up his Labor Day travel by flying to Milwaukee, Wis., on Monday, where he made a campaign speech at Laborfest 2014. This cost taxpayers $653,718.

"This Labor Day back-and-forth shows President Obama seems to confuse Air Force One with Uber," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

"President Obama abuses not only taxpayers with this unnecessary travel, he strains an already overstretched military and a Secret Service that is in crisis and can't even guard the front door of the White House.

"The new Congress could do worse than to reform presidential travel so taxpayers aren't gouged by candidates and campaigns benefiting from the political use of Air Force One."

Editor's Note:

Obama Causes Unfunded for Many states

States Have Unfunded Liabilities of $4.7 Trillion

State-level public pension plans are underfunded by a massive $4.73 trillion this year, according to a new report from State Budget Solutions — an amount equal to more than $15,000 for each American.

"This spells trouble for the millions of baby boomers who are quickly approaching retirement age and expect to collect the pensions promised to them by government officials," writes Joe Luppino-Esposito, author of the "Promises Made, Promises Broken 2014" report.

"State taxpayers who are not government employees will also feel the pinch, which could result in reduced government services as larger and larger portions of the states' budgets must be allocated to cover the public pension shortfall."

California carries the largest unfunded liability, $754 billion, followed by Illinois ($331 billion), New York ($307 billion), Texas ($296 billion), and Ohio ($289 billion).

But these large states have larger numbers of public sector employees, so simply looking at the total figures can be misleading. A better indicator of pension plan health is the funding ratio, which compares assets to liabilities.

By this yardstick, the Illinois pension plan is in worst shape, with a funding ratio of just 22 percent — it has assets of $95 billion, about 22 percent of its liabilities of $426.6 billion. Other states with low ratios are Connecticut (23 percent), Kentucky (24 percent), Alaska (25 percent), and Mississippi (27 percent).

The most well-funded state is Wisconsin, with a funding ratio of 67 percent.

On a per-capita basis, Alaska has an unfunded liability of $40,639 for each resident. Illinois has a liability of $25,740 per person, followed by Ohio ($25,028), Connecticut ($24,080), and New Jersey ($22,491). The lowest figure is in Tennessee, $6,500.

One reason for the huge unfunded liability numbers is that officials rely on overly optimistic returns on the investment of assets, Luppino-Esposito asserts.

Also, states are often guilty of not making the necessary annual contributions to the pension funds.

"State Budget Solutions found that in recent years several states have reduced the annual required contribution to the pension funds, or just skipped the payments altogether," the report notes. "New Jersey is the latest state to pull off this budget gimmick, reducing this year's payment by a whopping $4.2 billion as a way of 'balancing' the state's budget."

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Who Cares?

It seems as though the one thing that should have killed Obama’s latest Amnesty Plan should also have killed anything else he has concocted in six usurped years in the office of POTUS is his never-yet-proven-legitimacy to actually hold that office.  It is obvious by now that Americans have given up on proving that Barack Hussein Obama has usurped the highest governmental office in the United States and nobody seems to give a DAMN!

Gingrich: Obama Illegally Created New Laws in Plan

Jeh Johnson: Not All Criminals Are Subject to Deportation

Three Steps to Resolve Immigration Issue

Huckabee Slams Obama's Use of Scripture in Amnesty Speech


Senator McCann called Obama and Kerry “Delusional” when seeking a reduction in enrichments of an A Bomb by Libya.   



Friday, November 21, 2014

The climate pact swindle - The Washington Post

Impeach President Obama—Why When Where and How

Arizona's Sheriff Joe Sues Obama over Immigration Order

Republicans challenge Obama’s executive actions, file lawsuit over Obamacare - The Washington Post

House Republicans Sue Obama Over ObamaCare ... - Fox Nation

Delusions of Grandeur direct from The King


Embattled ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber has been called to testify before the House Oversight Committee, on Dec. 9. The committee will “examine transparency failures related to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act,” according to a letter to Gruber from Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Boehner: Obama acting like an 'emperor' | TheHill

Ben Carson: Obama's Actions Very Much Like Putin's

Kevin Rennie's ructions and other disturbances — Daily Ructions

Kevin Rennie's ructions

President Obama’s lecture to America for the need of his Executive Order.


He neglected to Point out that during his beginning years, as our President, his party had control of both houses but, he took no action.
Now he is attempting to blame the Republicans for holding legislation up, proving the real phony he is.
In other words we have a President who has always been “MIA”.

ct cpoa

November 18, 2014

2015 Legislative Survey Results
Here is how Connecticut landlords ranked these Legislative issues from their greatest concern (#1) to least (#9). 
1. Differential property tax assessments
2. Evicted tenant possession's moving and storage costs  
3. Landlord Licensing and Mandatory Periodic Inspections 
4. Bedbugs   
5. Fair Housing and Discrimination Complaints
6. Blight Enforcement  
7. Uniform Property Maintenance Code  
8. Uniform Tenant Relocation Act
9. Lead Paint Poisoning  

Bob De Cosmo 
President, CTPOA Inc. 

global warming/climate

The area south of Buffalo, New York was buried this week in 76 inches of snow, quite possibly the largest 24-hour total in U.S. recorded history. At the same time, the desperate advocates of global warming/climate change are finding more novel ways to push their carbon dioxide reduction and carbon footprint taxation in order to redistribute the wealth from the United States to the rest of the world

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Cold Truth Initiative

The Real story of the US wasting money on global warming issue

Mayor Stewart's First Year


In today’s Herald 14 Alderman praised Our Mayor’s first year in Office with their own way of citing their thoughts but, the fifteenth Alderman David DeFronzo, had nothing but blame by attacking Mayor Erin with the 11 percent tax increase, with the Rock Cats move to Hartford and the ongoing homeless problem downtown.
This first “Salvo” by the Alderman must be his first announcement for his intention to run for mayor.
But, he has a short memory of the fact that he was in office that approved the adverse O’Brien budget with imaginary proposed budget with anticipated income that never materialized.   He also shows his lapse of memory that the Mayor did provide living quarters for our city’s homeless during the winter months.
I recall Her father, a former Mayor, claiming that the homeless do not want to reside anywhere other than under a bridge overpass.
David, you with Aldermen Trueworthy and Platosz voted for the State takeover of the City Finances the following day shows how well your threesome represented our taxpayers’ interest.  
Stop picking on Erin’s ability to run the city when we have seen your inability, along with your cohorts, on how to not have our city operated.  

National Award for New Britain as 'Bike-Friendly' - Hartford Courant

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy's campaign overlooked the state's "permanent fiscal crisis" - Hartford Courant

by: Kevin Rennie

ABC, CBS, NBC won't carry Obama -

Jeb Bush comes to D.C. to talk education - The Washington Post

BEN CARSON: Stupidity reconsidered: The election proved Americans aren't fooled by Gruber and Obama - Washington Times

The same chant haunts the man who will never be king

The Judge’s Ruling

 Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano writes that President Obama is playing with fire: “The Framers required that every president swear to do his job “faithfully” to serve as a reminder to him that his job requires fidelity to the enforcement of laws with which he may disagree. The American people, Congress and the courts need to know we have a president who will enforce the laws, whether he agrees with them in his heart or not. Without presidential fidelity to the rule of law, we have a king, not a president.”

Walker puts out feelers for Senate run in 2016 - CT Politics

Walker says Blumenthal is beatable

Obama Gives $3 Bil to U.N. Climate Fund Run by Communist, Terrorist Nations - Judicial Watch

State Kicks In $850,000 for New Britain Costco Project - Hartford Courant

Springfield Spring plans for upcoming expansion - Central Connecticut Communications: News

By:  Steve Collins, staff reporter

Talk about brazen!

Obama is about to unilaterally grant amnesty to over five million illegal and undocumented immigrants, without any Congressional consent, through his extraordinary and potentially illegal use of “Presidential” executive order- notwithstanding that Obama’s popularity with the American people is at an all time low.

Three students shot at Florida State University library, gunman killed | Fox News

Monday, November 17, 2014

Gruber: 'Seniors do a terrible job choosing' health care plans | Fox News

Sadly Be-headings Continue.


Our Leaderdship in the White House continues to ignore his military advisors calling for boots on the ground in order to defeat ISIS.
How many more beheadings will it take for the white house to finally act on direction of his advisors.    18 beheadings just yesterday.

Obama’s not the one who’s lonely,  America is

Martin Salia, Ebola-stricken surgeon from Sierra Leone, dies in Nebraska hospital - The Washington Post

The Day - Homeowners facing scams have options - News from southeastern Connecticut

Tuesday, November 11, 2014


WSJ: “President Barack Obama called on the Federal Communications Commission Monday to declare broadband Internet service a public utility, saying that it is essential to the economy and that the ‘strongest possible rules’ are needed to ensure that the Internet doesn’t become divided into fast and slow lanes. The president called for the FCC to expand its regulatory authority over the industry, a departure from the years of light regulation that the providers say has enabled them to flourish. The endorsement of a stronger regulatory approach contributed to a slide in broadband providers’ shares, raised new questions about a proposed merger between Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc. and further hardened the political lines on ‘net neutrality’—the principle that all Internet traffic should be treated equally.”
Boehner, McConnell pan Obama push - The Hill: “Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) blasted President Obama’s call for stricter regulation to enforce open Internet rules on Monday. Boehner said House Republicans would continue their push to "stop misguided schemes to regulate the Internet.”

Jon Voight: President Obama 'must be stopped' - Washington Times

Cruz warns of 'ObamaCare for Internet' | TheHill

Internet control proposal by OBAMA

'I Don't Know, You Tell Me': Watters World Asks About the Midterm Elections - Fox Nation

Watters in Hartford Connecticut

Nets Ignore Video of ObamaCare Architect Crediting Law’s Passage on ‘the Stupidity of the American Voter’

Kilauea volcano lava burns down first Hawaii house - NY Daily News

Connecticut's worst pious fraud is education - Journal Inquirer: Chris Powell

Obamacare: Who's Still Uninsured In CT, And Why? - Hartford Courant#page=1

Bill Gates sells $925M in Microsoft stock, still owns $13.6B worth | Computerworld#tk.CTWNLE_nlt_dailyam_2014-11-11

'60 Minutes' reporter Lara Logan under Ebola quarantine | Fox News

Captain of sunken S. Korean ferry receives 36 years in prison | Fox News

Border Patrol: Obama Amnesty Talk Fuels Illegal Immigration

Monday, November 10, 2014


President Obama is urging that the internet suppliers be allowed charge various rates for internet speeds.
Unfortunately, the real question that surfaces is the fact that there is little competition, with the major internet suppliers, having no competitors within their market areas.


Obama Refuses to Give Up his Dictatorship


Obama’s conduct toward Israel can’t be excused - The Washington Post

California teachers sue unions to stop dues | 89.3 KPCC

George W. Bush: 50-50 chance that Jeb runs - The Washington Post

IT hiring edges up: Why? Take your pick | Computerworld

by: Patrick Thibodeau

Attkisson: CBS Kept Obama Benghazi Clip Secret to Help Re-Election

At least 48 reported killed in suicide bombing at northeast Nigeria school | Fox News

Friday, November 7, 2014

Obama, emboldened GOP leaders meet to chart course -- and clash over immigration | Fox News

Obama to nominate Loretta Lynch as attorney general - The Washington Post

Obama authorizes 1,500 more troops for Iraq - The Washington Post


President Obama’s White House luncheon today with more than a dozen members of Congress is not a working lunch. It’s a photo-op designed to make newly empowered GOP leaders Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell part of a herd. Rather than a summit – a meeting to facilitate negotiations among equals – this is the head of state holding court for the benefit of the cameras. The question of how the earthquake on Tuesday has changed Washington won’t be seen in gritted grins over tureens of mushroom soup but rather in how Obama and outgoing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid approach the final 54 days of Democratic control of the Senate. The initial indications suggest conciliation will not be on the menu.

Perillo Collapses. Abandons Leadership Bid. — Daily Ructions

U.S. Allots $1.4 Mil to Fight Work Discrimination in Mexico - Judicial Watch

Springfield casino: Buildings To Be Razed, Renovated To Make Way For MGM Springfield - Hartford Courant

South side of town from State Street on Main Street.

Politico: 'Great Unrest' Among Democrats Over Pelosi After Midterms

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Just what we expected: backpedaling the Congressional win

Obama Should take a walk through Washington

Boehner sets stage for battle with Obama on immigration reform, Obamacare - The Washington Post

Midterm disaster rips apart awkward ties between Obama and Senate Democrats - The Washington Post

President Loses Chris Matthews, Too: Obama Has Too Many Sycophants Around Him Telling Him 'He’s Always Right' - Fox Nation


President Obama
was determined not to provide a descriptor for his party’s midterm election rout this week, using verbal gymnastics worthy of Alison Lundergan Grimes to deny headline writers an adjective akin to 2010’s “shellacking” or 2006’s “thumping.” So West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin did the job for him, describing 2014’s bloodbath as a “real ass-whuppin’.” In a perfunctory press conference held to face an almost taunting press corps, Obama tried to invalidate the outcome. The president suggested that there was no clear message from voters beyond, inexplicably, a perceived desire for his agenda to be implemented. More pointedly, Obama said: “To two-thirds of voters that chose not to participate in the process yesterday, I hear you, too.” What were they saying? The president believes that they were also urging his agenda enacted. Funny how that works.

President: I Won't Sign Any Bill to Repeal Obamacare

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