Here’s a frightening thought for Halloween: clay statues of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. What’s the over/under on Donald leading in the clay polls?
Entries Tagged as 'Donald Trump'
August 19th, 2016 · 5 Comments · National Politics, News and Events
August 17th, 2016 · 32 Comments · Analysis and Comment, National Politics, State Politics
Republicans must pick up four seats to gain a majority in the State Senate and one of the targeted races to watch is the contest between GOP nominee Elaine Hammers and Democrat Marilyn Moore who emerged last week from a blowout win against primary opponent Tom McCarthy in Connecticut’s 22nd city-suburban swing district.
August 14th, 2016 · 29 Comments · National Politics, News and Events
Losing steam in the polls and support within the Republican ranks, Donald Trump rolled into Sacred Heart University Saturday night full of blistering attacks. OIB friend Sue Katz was there and shares some images.
August 12th, 2016 · 17 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Law Enforcement, National Politics, News and Events
Some people wonder based on his cretinous campaign if Donald Trump’s involved in some sort of conspiracy to elect Hillary Clinton president. Trump, who has compared himself to P.T. Barnum, brings his campaign circus to the Pitt Center on the campus of Sacred Heart University around 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Campus proper is located in Fairfield, but part of the […]
August 10th, 2016 · 4 Comments · National Politics, The Old Geezer
As only Charles Walsh can do, another encounter with The Old Geezer: As we sat admiring the firm head of foam on a pint of exotic suds in the vast tap room of the new Brewport Brewery over by Harbor Yard, we spotted a familiar figure sprawled at a corner table. If we had any […]
August 10th, 2016 · 18 Comments · National Politics, News and Events
Former Bridgeport resident and Republican Congressman Chris Shays shared with CNN why he’s voting for Hillary Clinton. During the 34 years I served as a Republican elected official in Connecticut, 13 years in the State House of Representatives, and 21 years in Congress, I always voted for our Republican candidate for governor and our Republican […]
August 5th, 2016 · 55 Comments · Analysis and Comment, National Politics, State Politics
In the spring of 1995, shortly after city voters overwhelmingly supported proposition of a casino complex in a non-binding referendum to influence state legislators opposed to gaming expansion, Mayor Joe Ganim was lamenting Donald Trump’s flip-flop promising financial support of the referendum for a gaming bill that was eventually rejected by the State Senate. Pondering […]