Post and Email…10/30/17

Agitators, Regulators and Predators on the Prowl

 

 

FBI CANARY GEORGE PAPADOPOULOS IS MUELLER’S ONLY HOPE TO BRING DOWN AMERICA

 

 

FAMILY GUY JOKED ABOUT KEVIN SPACEY PEDOPHILIA IN 2005

 

 

KEVIN SPACEY FLEW ON ‘LOLITA EXPRESS’ WITH BILL CLINTON

 

 

BREAKING BAD STAR: ‘F*CK YOU’ IF YOU WANT TRUMP TO FAIL

 

 

SHOCK VIDEO: TRUMP SUPPORTER MOWS DOWN ‘DREAMERS’ IN SOROS-FUNDED AD

 

 

INFOWARS…AS WE PREDICTED, MAINSTREAM MEDIA TRYING TO NORMALIZE PEDOPHILIA

 

 

RON PAUL: NEOCONS HIJACK TRUMP’S SYRIA POLICY

 

 

LIBERALS CAUGHT CELEBRATING THE TAKEDOWN OF ROGER STONE’S TWITTER

 

 

 

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Post and Email…WEEKEND…10/28-29/17

Hannity Promises More Information on Mueller Investigation Monday

 

 

Hillary, You Can Run, but You Can’t Hide

 

 

Patriots Don’t Sell American Uranium to the Russians

 

 

IRS Commissioner’s Term Ends November 12

 

 

The Problem Is Big, Centralized Government

 

 

If I Don’t Offend I’m Not Happy (RR)

 

 

Birdman and the Reality Revolution – Part 1

 

 

 

 

 

Post and Email…10/27/17

Warmth is no Worry but Cold Kills

 

 

Let’s Not, Like, Act Surprised (RR)

 

 

Flake Cites Trump’s “Birtherism” as “Troubling”

 

 

New Jersey! Please Get Out and Vote On November 7th, But Not For Phil Murphy!

 

 

Gorka Now Saying “Treason” Without Qualifiers

 

 

Who’s Talking “Treason” Now?

 

 

 

CT has a budget deal of steel

The state of Connecticut has decided to do a retake on the budget, but with a twist.

The state Senate approved the spending plan 33-3 in the Senate and 126 to 23 in the House, which means it is just about veto-proof.

The Hartford Courant reports the budget is a two-year, $41 billion plan “that closes a yawning deficit, rejects large scale tax increases and seeks to bolster the state’s future financial stability.”

The bill provides financial aid to eastern Connecticut homeowners dealing with crumbling foundations, drops the amount of money stripped from the UCONN and offers $40 million to help the city of Hartford avoid bankruptcy.

Among the things in the plan, the budget does not hike income or sales tax rates, but raises hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue through smaller measures, such as higher taxes on cigarettes, a $10 surcharge on motor vehicle registrations to support parks and new fees on Uber and Lyft. The hated motor vehicle tax remains, despite a proposal floated earlier that would have eliminated it.

The GOP was able to roll  back proposed taxes on cell phone plans, second homes and restaurant meals.

Many in the General Assembly said this is not the time for celebration.

“I rise to support this budget but I don’t do it with a lot of joy; I don’t think this is a time for celebration, but…it is a time for hope” said House Republican leader Themis Klarides.

House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz was a little more upbeat.

“Leaders do things that are maybe not in their best interests, or maybe against their own beliefs, in an effort to do what’s right. And I think that was done,’’ he told the media.

New Haven Democratic Rep. Toni Walker of New Haven and co-chairwoman of the legislature’s powerful appropriations committee, said the bipartisan proposal, is a major step toward closing a $3.5 billion deficit over the next two years and righting the state’s unstable finances for decades to come.

The more progressive liberals blasted all sides, including lame duck Governor Dan Malloy. The budget rejected a number of proposals that would generate more money for the state, including tolls and the more libertarian-like legalization and taxation of marijuana.

Lawmakers also turned down a proposal by electric vehicle maker Tesla to pay a licensing fee of up to $1.6 million and up to $16 million in tax revenue in exchange for permission to sell its electric vehicles in the state.

As for Malloy, he remained noncommittal.

“Malloy, who has been cut out of recent budget negotiations, expressed confidence that the long-running stalemate is coming to a close. Connecticut has been without a budget since the new fiscal year began on July 1,” the Courant said.

The Yankee Institute for Public Policy, CT’s conservative think tank, breaks down the budget.

On the spending cap

This budget will create a strong spending cap, something Connecticut voters overwhelmingly approved 25 years ago. Pension costs for both state employees and teachers, which have generally been moved out from under the cap through gimmicks in the past, will be phased in over the course of several years. The cap will also include aid to distressed municipalities, which has also been kept out from the cap for decades and has been a point of contention between lawmakers. This will ensure the state cannot overspend and force lawmakers to account for the rising pension costs in their spending plans. Debt service will remain outside of the cap, a provision which was part of the original spending cap plan.

In terms of a Hartford bailout

Hartford will receive a $40 million bailout from the state but it will come with strings attached. The budget creates a Municipal Accountability Review Board, which will fund the city an additional $20 million and the state will make a $20 million payment to bond-holders to prevent the city from defaulting on its loans. The Review Board will exercise some oversight of the city’s finances. Although this provides Hartford with the $40 million sought by Mayor Luke Bronin, Moody’s projects the city will need $60 million every year for the next 20 years.

As for the return of tolls on the state’s highways

The new budget eliminates the Transportation Finance Authority, which would have been run by an unelected board of officials and had the ability to build and operate tolls on Connecticut’s highways. The Authority also would have had the ability to oversee all transportation projects throughout the state.

In a statement, Yankee Institute President Carol Platt Liebau supported the new budget deal.

“All of us at Yankee Institute stand with so many others in Connecticut who are tired of being asked for more money without a definite commitment that the status quo in Hartford has changed. That’s why we have spent this year insisting that lawmakers put real, meaningful structural reforms in our state budget.” Liebau said.

 

 

WTNH News 8 has coverage

As does WFSB 3, WVIT 30 NBC CT, WTIC Fox 61, News 12 CT,

 

 

Post and Email…10/25/17

Big Pharma’s Role in the American Opioid Epidemic

 

 

How Long Did CNN’s New Image Last?

 

 

Pulse of the Nation: The Last Truth (RR)

 

 

Whodunit?

 

 

CNN’s Jake Tapper Now Touts “Facts First”

 

 

North Korea EMP to hit US?!

 

 

MSNBC gets Punk’d…BY ILLEGAL ALIENS

 

 

Fair Wage pizza shop closes…KARMA!

 

 

 

Post and Email…10/24/17

CNN Pledges “Facts First,” But What About the Birth Certificate?

 

Trump’s April Condolence Call Reported as “Understanding the Magnitude of Her Loss”

 

 

BREAKING…ROGER STONE…NEOCON JEFF FLAKE WAVES THE WHITE FLAG

 

 

WAR ROOM…THE WORST NEWS AD EVER

 

 

LIZ WHEELER WOULD AGREE

 

 

MORE FAKE NEWS FROM CNN

 

 

KAYA JONES TALKS TO OAN’S STEPHANIE HAMMILL ABOUT HOLLYWOOD’S CULTURE

 

 

 

Post and Email…10/23/17

TTCC: Inmate Has Blood Drawn, but Results are Kept “Secret”

 

 

A Man Hears What He Wants to Hear…

 

 

Exclusive Interview with the Talking Dog (RR)

 

 

THE MEDICAL KIDNAPPING OF JUSTINA PELLETIER AND THE HACKER THAT SAVED HER

 

 

HOLLYWOOD IS EATING ITSELF

 

 

OUTRAGE!   BELGIAN GOVERNMENT DEFENDS WEBSITE TEACHING 7-YEAR-OLDS ORAL SEX TECHNIQUES

 

 

OUTRAGE, PT. 2  VICTOR SALVA: A CONVICTED PEDOPHILE REWARDED BY HOLLYWOOD

 

 

‘THEY HATE TRUMP LIKE THE PLAGUE’: NYT CONTRACTOR REVEALS ANTI-TRUMP BIAS

 

 

DESPERATE GLOBALISTS…MUELLER INVESTIGATING INFOWARS EXPOSE OF DEMS ON RUSSIA’S PAYROLL