Monthly Archive for January, 2011

: January, 2011

State of the Union Address

Starting at 9 p.m. EST, catch live video of the State of the Union address and instant analysis on Twitter from Richard Dunham and some of the brightest journalists in Washington.     Live

Lieberman and McCain get the band back together

  The Straight Talk Express and Joe-mentum will be reunited for tonight’s State of the Union address by President Obama. Just days after John McCain suggested that Joe Lieberman would make a worthy

Beam Me Up Scotty

Another name that the prognosticators and talking heads can throw out there for U.S. Senate in 2012: Republican L. Scott Frantz. Elected in November to a second term in the state Senate’s 36th

Senate 2012: Who might run?

Hold the bacon, please

The words senator and pork-barrel seem to go hand in hand. But Joe Lieberman doesn’t dig on swine — think of the scene from the movie “Pulp Fiction.”  An orthodox Jew, the senator follows a strict

POTUS chimes in on Lieberman’s retirement

You’ll recall that Joe Lieberman supported Republican John McCain over Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election. The White House press office just released the following statement from President

Joe, “Is that your final answer?”

Joe Lieberman opened his news conference Wednesday with a moment of levity, drawing comparisons between himself and Greenwich’s own Regis Philbin, who announced his retirement plans from show business

Viggie in action

Greenwich Time reporter Neil Vigdor posts live updates as Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman announces his decision not to seek another term at the Stamford Marriott Wednesday afternoon.

Fedele’s trial balloon

Former Lt. Gov. Michael Fedele of Stamford, whose personal story as an Italian immigrant-turned-self-made millionaire businessman made him the morning line favorite in last year’s GOP gubernatorial

Linda McMahon: All options on the table, including 2012 Senate

Linda McMahon, whose named has been bandied about as a suitor for Joe Lieberman’s seat, released a statement through a PR firm today on the senator’s impending retirement and her own political future.