Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Guestblog: Conservative Round up by Palin Smith

 Below is a guest blog piece by Palin Smith, views expressed are not necessarily those of the Insider Staff.   

Congressman John Larson was trying so hard to sell Obamacare for the umpteenth time to his own loyal constituents Sunday that he forgot what state he was in. Perhaps he was daydreaming about the stories good pal Chris Dodd recently recounted about tinsel town. Anyway, our video was picked up by the Hartford Courant blog. Now more people can make fun of old John.

This is our first newsletter in two weeks. Our 5-year old computer workhorse, Blumybyter, kicked the bucket list. All the data was saved. And future videos will all be in High Definition. More time consuming but much better quality. Better for TV. To view most of the Larson town hall meeting (a work in progress) follow this link to see how desperate the Democrats are.
One of the videos we were unable to share last week was with our good friend, AR Fernandez in Middletown. AR is running for common council (city council). His nickname is indicative of the intensity with which he would guard our freedoms in his town or your town. Contact his campaign after you watch his story. There is no limit on the number of volunteers Angel would welcome.

Watch our interviewing skills put to the task.
Last Friday we were invited to the 27th annual Cheshire RTC Pasta Dinner. Great food and best friends. Here's what a successful fundraiser looks like. This is why the CRTC is at the top of local Conservative political action committees.

The tall man in the red shirt is John Pepper, current vice chair of the Cheshire Republican town committee. Few people recognize John as a Connecticut legend. After attending the April 15, 2009 Hartford Tea Party, John returned home and started the first weekly Tea Party in America. In Connecticut. The group assembled every Monday for over two years without missing a day due to rain, heat, snow or cold. The history of Connecticut's Tea Party movement is nearing five years. Pepper's Patriots are alive and well. http://youtu.be/7Yx9VDCQtOs
Local elections are revving up to full speed in this last month before November 5. We urge everyone who can invest a couple hours or more each week, either in the evenings or on the weekends to select a candidate to support and volunteer. If you don't know a good conservative running, contact me here or on Face Book and I'll try to match you up.

Jessica Chiong, the anti-common core leader needs help in west Haven. She's running for BOE. We will be campaigning for Bill Heering and Pattie DeHuff in Plymouth/Terryville for several hours next Saturday, Oct. 12. followed by a pizza party.
There's an Agenda 21 plan trying to be sneaked by Bristol's citizens. Some of our friends will speak out against it tomorrow night at the regular City council Meeting. Here's a link to the meeting.

And a short description of the plan from local Bristol activist Shawn Ruest.

"Along with these planning grants come stipulations. Pursuant to Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 (12 U.S.C. 1701u) and HUD’s implementing regulations at 24 CFR part 135, the Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant Program shall, to the greatest extent feasible, be directed to low-and very low-income persons. According to Bristol officials, the development adjacent to the rail is to be for an upscale transit oriented development and a private developer is investing in the structure, contrary to indications on their site that they actively seek federal funds.

If indeed the development is not focal to low income housing, the city will be in breach of planning agreement and subject to litigation " or other legal proceedings designed to require compliance with the statute, regulations, any terms or conditions of this award agreement, or other pertinent authorities." Secretary Shaun Donovan has promised "HUD is enhancing its enforcement techniques by initiating investigations on our own. There are no stones we won’t turn. There are no places we won’t go."
With Bristol having sought Sustainable Communities Green Streets grants in the past year and no physical record of receiving them, it is unclear whether the planing is indeed under direct request of town officials or through this regional planning agency. Nonetheless, an unidentified windfall grant has arrived for zoning regulation purposes with the intent to force "blighted" properties in the downtown out to make room for open space (parking spots). Every aspect of smartgrowth is moving forward. This is indeed Agenda 21."
Come as a supporter, spectator or participant. The public participation is early into the meeting.
111 North Main Street, Bristol. CT

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Friday, Oct. 11 from 3-6 PM Howard Ave, Overpass New Haven
100 Howard Ave.

And this is the day the truckers are headed to Washington DC.
And if you don't like what President Obama is doing to punish rural America in his “spoiled brat” temper tantrum, add your voice to this group. There will be truckers and Veterans converging on Washington DC Sunday October 13. Might be the next Lexington.
There's lots more happening. If you know of an event or issue in your town that might interest the grass roots Liberty movement, send it in and we will help get it published.
We are about to witness the first attempt at a National Strike. The truckers are going down to shut down Washington. The Veterans are converging to free the national monuments. We can participate by refraining from commerce this weekend. Stock up on all your necessities before Friday.
Don't make any purchases Friday Saturday and Sunday. This is a test run. If it is successful it will be repeated.
It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds. (Samuel Adams)

Pass the matches or get out of the way…..

Palin Smith

PS The Trevor Loudon event in Stamford next Monday, Oct. 14. We will be there to meet Trevor and video his presentation. Be sure to stop in at SBC to get a copy of his book. A group of us are driving down from Woodbury.

Upcoming Event
Community Forum on the Government Shutdown
Sunday, October 6th, 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Wethersfield Public Library, Community Room
515 Silas Deane Hwy, Wethersfield, CT 06109


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