Note: The Connecticut Media Group is not responsible for posts and comments written by non-staff members.

Lard For Political Junkies

on
The next two years politically will be crazy…just crazy. The perfect fix for political junkies. Mayor Bill Finch has just hit the midpoint of his four-year term, and already the posturing, and sniffing around, has begun for 2011. Who could step up top challenge the mayor who is quietly building campaign cash? State Rep. Chris Caruso, […] [Read More]
Categories: General

Stick It In Brookfield!

on
Ear, nose and throat doctors will be busy —  judging from the octaves that pulsed a public hearing Thursday night over Governor Jodi Rell’s proposal to plant a juvenile detention center for girls on the Upper East Side. State Rep. Chris Caruso, leading the jihad against the $15 million project, summed up just about every one’s […] [Read More]
Categories: General

Mario’s Food For Thought

on
We are now full force into the gubernatorial cycle and Bridgeport will be a big player in both the races for governor and U.S. senate in 2010. That ring you just heard was the phone of Democratic Town Chair Mario Testa. Democratic State Party Chair Nancy DiNardo calling. Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz too. […] [Read More]
Categories: General

Shays’ Bridgeport Investment

on
Sometimes it pays off to get booted from public office. One year ago, after a 20-year run in Congress, Bridgeport resident Chris Shays was victimized by the Barack tsunami that catapulted  Jim Himes into Connecticut’s 4th Congressional District, the first Dem to win the seat in 40 years. Himes was a good candidate, well financed and […] [Read More]
Categories: General

Winners And Losers

on
And the pendulum swings back. One year after Barack’s historic win, a tsunami that swept oodles of Dems into office, suburban Republicans had a mighty good day with chief executive wins in Trumbull, Monroe, Stratford. And even Mayor Mark Lauretti, in the crosshairs of a federal corruption probe although he has not been charged, was […] [Read More]
Categories: General