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Illinois Ranks as ‘Worst’ For Small Businesses

June 16, 2014 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Budget, Business, California, Capitalism, Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Ethics, Free Trade, Government, Government Corruption, Idaho, Illinois, Jobs, Liberals, Louisiana, New York, Progressives, Rhode Island, Taxes, Unemployment, Utah, Virginia, Warner Todd Huston | No Comments

-By Warner Todd Huston

Once again Illinois and California are neck-and-neck in the calculations for the worst of the worst U.S. states, this time in a measure of how friendly the states are for the growth of small businesses.

Earlier this month thumbtack.com released its third annual survey of the climate for small businesses exploring such ratings as the overall friendliness of the state to small businesses, the ease of starting a business, regulations, ease of hiring new employees, taxes, and other criteria.

The poll was conducted among over 12,000 small business owners across the country.

The survey, held in conjunction with the Kauffman Foundation, found that the worst states for small businesses were California, Rhode Island and Illinois, all of which got a Thumbtack “F” rating. The next worst were Connecticut and New Jersey, both of which received a “D” grading.

Illinois has descended in its rating each of the three years that the survey has been conducted having earned a “D+” in 2012, a “D” in 2013, and an “F” in 2014.
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Tens of Thousands of Connecticut Gun Owners Saying ‘NO’ To Unconstitutional Forced Registration Law

February 13, 2014 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Connecticut, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Guns, Liberals, Policy, Progressives, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Connecticut politicians apparently thought their people were sheep.


Gun owners lining up to toss away their rights in Connecticut.

A few weeks ago I noted that it seems that tens of thousands of Connecticut’s gun owners were refusing to register their suddenly illegal guns and large capacity ammunition magazines. Now the media in the Nutmeg State are finally starting to notice.

At the end of January, I asked the key question, “How did ‘millions’ of high capacity magazines disappear in Connecticut?,” wherein I noted that previous estimates of how many assault weapons and magazines existed in the state was far and above that of those registered by the deadline imposed by the new anti-gun legislation. And I pointed out that it seems that hundreds of thousands of Connecticut’s gun owners are simply refusing to obey the new registration laws.

Now the Hartford Courant is noting the same discrepancy I wrote about weeks ago.

The state’s biggest paper noted that the nearly 50 thousand new registrations of so-called assault weapons is only 15 percent of the guns estimated by authorities to be in the hands of citizens.
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How Did ‘Millions’ of High Capacity Magazines Disappear in Connecticut?

January 28, 2014 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Connecticut, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Gun Control, Guns, Liberals, Progressives, Regulation, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

As the State of Connecticut went through the process of gearing up to push more gun bans and bans on high capacity ammunition magazines, it was estimated that The Constitution State had at least “2.4 million” of the offending magazines within its borders. But now, after the new forced registration law set in, only about 38,000 high capacity magazines were registered. So, where did they all go?

It seems that Connecticut’s set up for future gun confiscation is failing despite that officials are trying to claim that it is a great success.


Foolish citizens in Connecticut throwing away their rights as they lineup like cattle for the state’s new registry policy.

Back in 2011 as legislators were mulling over new anti-Second Amendment proposals, the state’s Office of Legislative Research looked into several questions being asked by lawmakers eager to fashion a new gun ban. Lawmakers needed to know how many so-called assault weapons were in the state, how many high capacity magazines were manufactured and how many held in private hands, how many crimes were committed by people using these things, and the like.
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Controversial New Anti-Gun Ad Debuts Near Anniversary of Crime in Newton, Connecticut

December 9, 2013 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Children, Connecticut, Constitution, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Freedom, Government Corruption, Gun Control, Guns, Liberals, Liberty, Michael Bloomberg, Progressives, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Only ten days before the anniversary of the massacre at a grade school in Newton, Connecticut, a new anti-gun ad exploiting children has debuted.

The ad has been co-sponsored by buttinski New York Mayor Michael “Nanny” Bloomberg and his group Mayors Against Illegal Guns and the anti-Constitution activist group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense.

The two groups made a 30 second version and a 60 second version of the ad.

The ads were released on December 4 and are expected to run on cable stations later in the month.
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Family of Victim of Sandy Hook School Murders Still Support America’s Gun Rights

October 4, 2013 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Connecticut, Conservatives, Constitution, Crime, Ethics, Guns, Security/Safety, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

The family of one of the victims in the murderous crime perpetrated at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newton, Connecticut last year won’t have their Second Amendment rights taken from them even though they lost one of their dear ones to a killer using an AR-15 rifle that terrible day.

A story in the Republican-American features the Paradis and D’Avino family who are gun enthusiasts and supporters of the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and they say despite the crime that befell their family, they are still strong supporters of American’s rights to bear arms.

Rachel D’Avino was a 29-year-old teacher at Sandy Hook who lost her life when the crazed gunman made his way through the building killing as many as he could before finally taking his own life as police closed in.

The killer used a Bushmaster rifle which is a civilian version of the AR-15 rifle that many in the media absurdly calls a “military-styled assault rifle.” But regardless of labels, the gun was effective enough to kill all too many women and children.

But this incident won’t deter the family from their belief in the U.S. Constitution nor will they let it destroy their warm family memories of target shooting together.
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Colt Firearms Threatens to Leave Connecticut Over Strict Gun Laws

March 26, 2013 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Connecticut, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Gun Control, Guns, Law, Liberals, Progressives, Regulation, Rights, States Rights, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Continuing the trend of firearms related companies that have been contemplating moving their businesses out of states instituting strict gun control laws, Colt Manufacturing is now considering a move out of Connecticut after 175 years in business. This is due to the new gun bans being mulled by the state legislature and Democrat Governor Dannel Malloy.

Colt President and CEO Dennis Veilleux published an op ed in the Hartford Currant asking why it makes any sense that Colt Manufacturing stay in Connecticut.

Veilleux says that the “economic advantage” his company has brought to Hartford for the last 175 years “is in grave danger.”

“What’s most astounding.” Veilleux wrote, “is our advantage is not being taken away–it’s being given away.”
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[VIDEO] Guns Didn’t Suddenly Become a Problem, Societal Decay Did

February 27, 2013 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Connecticut, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Guns, Liberals, Progressives, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

This is a must-see video of testimony on so-called “gun violence.”

Henson Ong, a resident of Waterbury, Connecticut, came before the Gun Violence Prevention Working Group at the legislative office building in Connecticut’s capital, Hartford. He gave excellent testimony on why guns are not the problem in America.


CNN’S Maritn: Let’s See The Dead Bodies of Sandy Hook Kids

December 24, 2012 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, CNN, Connecticut, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Guns, Journalism, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Progressives, Regulation, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Roland Martin wants us all to see the dead bodies of the victims of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school. He imagines that this is the only way stupid Americans can “get” the shooting.

In a new editorial, CNN contributor Roland Martin wants to put on display the murdered children of Sandy Hook in some grisly panoply that he thinks will help America agree with his anti-gun agenda.

Taking his cue from a message he received from another ghoulish CNN employee, Martin posited that the only way Americans can actually understand the weight of the massacre at Sandy Hook is to display the dead bodies of its children in the same way Emmett Till’s mother allowed photos of her dead son to be emblazoned on magazine covers in the 1950s.

Emmett Till, you’ll recall, was the black teenager that was mercilessly beaten to death in Mississippi in 1955 because the racists there claimed he had “flirted” with a white woman. The beating left the poor teen unrecognizable. When Till’s mother held her son’s funeral she left his casket open to show the evil perpetrated upon her son.
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VIDEO: Brian K. Hill for U.S. Senate From Connecticut

February 25, 2012 | Filed Under Congress, Connecticut, Conservatives, Elections, GOP, Republicans, Senate, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

The next in my Challenger Series of videos shot with new candidates I met at CPAC 2012 is Brian K. Hill a candidate for the U.S. Senate from Connecticut.

I found Mr. Hill to be a serious-minded candidate, sure in his positions, comfortable in his skin, hard-charging, and quick with a sure-footed answer to my questions. A former leader in both the U.S. Army and the U.S. Navy, he is a commanding presence.

Hill as no mere ground pounder, either (not that there is any shame in being a ground pounder). While in service, Hill, a JAG officer, was a resident expert on federal contract law, international law, and administrative law. This means he has familiarity with the nitty-gritty of how government procurement and relations works. And that is something we sorely need in a representative, especially if we expect that rep. to help untangle the mess that the system has become.

Hill is facing two primary opponents. Linda McMahon the wrestling industry magnate who ran and lost in 2010, and the less than conservative former U.S. Representative Chris Shays.

Hill seems to be an attractive candidate. See if you agree.

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Conn. Unions Have Trouble Reading Hand Writing on Wall

June 27, 2011 | Filed Under AFSCME, Budget, Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Government, Jobs, Liberals, Pensions, Public Employees Unions, SEIU, Taxes, Unions, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Cities, counties and states (not to mention the federal gov’t) all across the country are overspent, out of cash, and deeply in the red. One reality that has been hitting all these government entities has been a series of tough negotiations with government employee unions. Unions are loathe to take cuts, certainly, but the reality is that in many cases it’s either cuts or layoffs. More and more unions are realizing this and taking the cuts to avoid losing jobs. The foolish government employees in Connecticut seem to be insensible to reality, though.

Strangely enough, even the government union bosses in Connecticut understood the pickle they were in. Union bigwigs negotiated cuts with the Democrat controlled state legislature and Democrat Governor Daniel Malloy. They did this with the understanding that none of their rank and file would lose their job.

Unfortunately for the unions, many of the members seem too foolish to “get” it. They voted the concessions down. Now Governor Malloy is saying he has little choice but to get rid of thousands of workers.

Nice move, fellows.
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True Bridgeport, Conn. Financial Burden is $1.4 Billion

May 28, 2011 | Filed Under Budget, Cities, Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Government, Liberals, Taxes, Truth in Accounting, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

Today the Institute for Truth in Accounting and the Comeback America Initiative released Bridgeport, Connecticut’s “Financial State of the City.” After an intensive review of the city’s 2010 audited financial report and actuarial reports, the Institute determined that, like many cities, Bridgeport is in a precarious financial position, because it is $1.4 billion short of the funds necessary to pay the city’s commitments as they come due. Each household’s* share of this financial burden equals $27,100.

The Charter of the City of Bridgeport mandates a balanced budget. “If Bridgeport’s past Mayor and City Council had truly balanced the city’s budget, no financial burden would exist,” said Sheila Weinberg, founder and CEO of the Institute for Truth in Accounting (IFTA). She continued, “A city budget is not balanced if current costs, including those for employees’ retirement benefits, are pushed into the future.”
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Truth in Accounting Issues: Connecticut’s ‘Financial State of the State’ – True Tax Burden $63.5 Billion

May 10, 2011 | Filed Under Budget, Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Liberals, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

Today, the Institute for Truth in Accounting and the Comeback America Initiative released Connecticut’s “Financial State of the State.” After an intensive review of the State’s 2010 audited financial report the Institute determined the state is in a precarious financial position, because it does not have the funds available to pay over $63.5 billion of the state’s commitments as they come due. Each taxpayer’s* share of this financial burden equals $49,000.

Connecticut state law requires a balanced budget. “If governors and legislatures had truly balanced the state’s budget, no taxpayer’s financial burden would exist,” said Sheila Weinberg, Founder and CEO of the Institute for Truth in Accounting (IFTA). She continued, “A state budget is not balanced if past costs, including those for employees’ retirement benefits, are pushed into the future.”
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For Crying Out Loud: Taxpayers Forced To Pay for Union Workers’ Coffee

March 7, 2011 | Filed Under Budget, Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Government, Liberals, Public Employees Unions, Taxes, Unions, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

It is absolutely impossible any more to come up with parody about how much government unions are ripping off the taxpayer. Witness the fact that a city in Connecticut is being forced to pay for the coffee and related refreshment supplies of its government union members.

Todd Starnes of Fox News reports that the town of Orange, Connecticut has been told by the State Board of Labor Relations that it must provide “free” coffee and milk to the members of the United Public Service Employees Union.

The union ripoff artists got upset when town administration eliminated the free refreshments in order to save money in the budget. Instead of seeing it as a logical belt-tightening measure, the union decided they were being persecuted and took their case to the Democrat heavy State Labor Relations Board which dutifully ruled in their patrons, the union’s, favor.

Of the expense for the “free” coffee, Wayne Gilbert, the regional director and chief spendthrift of the UPSE, scoffed that “It’s like a couple of bucks a week.”
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Hartford City Council to Start Meeting With Islamic Prayer

September 9, 2010 | Filed Under 9/11, Anti-Americanism, Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Government, Hate Crimes, History, Islam, Jews, Liberals, Warner Todd Huston, Western Civilization | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

In a move sure to see some controversy, the city council of Hartford, Connecticut has decided to start off its city council meetings with a Muslim prayer. An email from the city says they are doing this as “an act of solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters.”

The email from the city invokes the supposed “anti-Islam events” sweeping the country. “One of the goals of the Council is to give a voice to the many diverse peoples of the City, which is especially important given the recent anti-Islam events throughout the country,” it says.

There is more explaining from the council:
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Media Lets Conn. Dem Slide on Vietnam Lies for Three Decades

May 18, 2010 | Filed Under Connecticut, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Government, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Newspapers, Warner Todd Huston, Western Civilization | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

Ahead of multiple ethics violations Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd is retiring from his long-time Democrat held seat. The Conn. Democrat Party is keen to keep that seat and has proffered Conn. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal as the man to do it for them. But, Blumenthal has a tiny little problem: for three decades he’s told fibs and outright untruths about his service in Vietnam.

Blumenthal has for decades said he was a veteran of the war and led constituents to believe he served overseas but the truth is he served only during the last few years of the war, having gotten multiple deferments before 1970, and then served only here in the United States, never overseas.

Kudos to the New York Times for reporting this fact, of course, but the Old Media is not absolved because of this one story. Condemnation for the media is evident in these words in the NYT story: “The Vietnam chapter in Mr. Blumenthal’s biography has received little attention despite his nearly three decades in Connecticut politics.”

Amazing. This man has been prevaricating about his non-existent service in the war for three decades and only NOW he’s getting called on the carpet for it? Where has the Connecticut media been all this time? Where has the national media been for the months that Blumenthal has been running for Senate?

One of the lead paragraphs in the Times story is pretty damning.
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Conn. Senate Race: McMahon Abandons Cash For Votes Plan

April 27, 2010 | Filed Under ACORN, Connecticut, Elections, GOP, Government, Republicans, Senate, State Government, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off

-By Warner Todd Huston

The quixotic campaign of Linda McMahon for Connecticut’s Senate seat took another turn toward the absurd last week. The ex-wrestling maven launched a cash for votes drive and then abruptly canceled the program once the media reported on the scheme. It was hard not to compare McMahon’s plans to the vote fraud-infested voter drives sponsored by ACORN in years past.

The McMahon campaign intended to pay college students to register voters on both an hourly and a per voter basis. On April 23, the Stamford Advocate reported that an email detailing the campaign’s plans said that, “each student who works will earn $10 (an hour) while working up to 5 hours a day and 4 days total, with a bonus of $5 per Republican registered.”

This scheme seems to emulate the practices of the disgraced left-wing group ACORN. “Paying to register voters for a political party is not illegal, but the practice has drawn questions, particularly during a highly publicized voter fraud probe of the non-profit group ACORN,” said the Advocate.
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CT Senate Race Gets ‘Retarded’ Over Wrestling Queen’s Shows

February 5, 2010 | Filed Under Connecticut, Elections, Entertainment, GOP, Republicans, Senate, Warner Todd Huston | 1 Comment

-By Warner Todd Huston

Retard-gate is growing, apparently, and it’s coming to the Connecticut Senate race over the mistreatment of a developmentally disabled wrestling character that Senate candidate Linda McMahon’s entertainment company created in 2004.

For those of you unaware, wrestling queen Linda McMahon, former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, is running for the Senate in Connecticut against conservative Rob Simmons.

As it happens, starting in 2004 McMahon’s wrestling shows once featured what was presented as a mentally handicapped wrestler who was stage named “Eugene.” Through the course of this character’s story arc he was savagely beaten in a “cage match,” and was regularly verbally abused by other characters.

For her part, McMahon claims that the character was written as a “hero” that was supposed to inspire “other people with disabilities to strive to achieve their dreams.”

However, McMahon’s opponent Rob Simmons begs to differ. He thinks that the wrestling show mistreated what was presented as a developmentally disabled adult and used him as the butt of jokes. Simmons is calling for McMahon to be held to account for using the developmentally disabled story line.
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