Dannel Malloy

Connecticut’s Dannel Malloy Sings Progressive Siren Call That NH Democrats Should Answer

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2018

I’d bet someone else’s money that New Hampshire Democrats are jealous of Connecticut and Dannel Malloy. Since 2011 he’s raised taxes at least three times, and instead of balancing the budget with those taxes he overspent each time creating a new deficit requiring more tax increases. If we jumped in our way-back machine to the mid-to-late […]

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Dannel Malloy Taxed the Rich and The “Rich” Are Leaving Connecticut

by Steve MacDonald June 4, 2017

The government can do nothing without first taking property from someone else. How much government should do cannot be separated from the problem of how much government must take. Who gets to decide what and “how much” is at the very heart of the divide between the left and the right. Progressives always want the […]

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Ed Naile on Girard at Large to talk…Vote Fraud

by Steve MacDonald January 29, 2014
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Rich has been keeping City Clerk Matt Normand busy answering questions about the Manchester voter checklist.  Rich reports that there were 231 people registered to vote from 1200 Elm Street in 2012 and not one of them had an affidavit challenged. But as Ed points out, the way the laws were written by Democrats, challenging […]

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PTR Industries Leaving Connecticut

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2013

Gun Manufacturer PTR Industries is leaving Connecticut for South Carolina and taking most of its’ 140 employees with it.  The move will take about three years but their gone and gone. At least Governor Dannel Malloy wont have to worry about those unemployment numbers.  Maybe that will leave him more time to think about important […]

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A Green Game of Chess

by Steve MacDonald May 9, 2013

New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan has written a letter to Connecticut governor Dannel Malloy, in objection to a legislative effort in the “Nut”-meg state, to redefine what Connecticut will view as ‘green energy’ for the purpose of meeting their renewable portfolio standard. The bill, which could be voted on this week by the Connecticut House of Representatives, […]

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Colt Manufacturing in CT – Time for a Gut Check?

by Steve MacDonald March 23, 2013

Colt Manufacturing President and CEO Dennis Veilleux penned an Editorial on March 18th in regard to Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy’s obsession with banning “assault’ rifles. Colt … manufactures the AR-15 platform rifles in a military version and a very different commercial version. Colt has manufactured the commercial semi-automatic version of the AR (one shot for each […]

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