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Special Edition Saturday – December 10, 2016

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The final show of the season.  Always seems to so far away when the season starts, then suddenly.. it’s over.

Our guest today was CT State Senator-elect Len Suzio.  We talk about Len’s plans for when he takes his seat in Hartford.

Thanks to Ben, Tom and MJ for another awesome season.  I had a lot of fun and I hope you all did as well.

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to everyone!

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Special Edition Saturday – November 5, 2016

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Last show before the election of 2016 mercifully comes to an end (hopefully.)

Our guest in the first hour was Bob Santy of the CT Economic Resource Council.

Then the show was just me, Ben and Tom freewheeling, discussing anything that amused us.  Including Food News!

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Special Edition Saturday – October 29, 2016

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BOO!

Just Steve and Tom today, but we do have our good friend Suzanne Bates, Policy Director of the Yankee Institute, to discuss some possible solutions to the problems facing Connecticut’s small businesses.

You can learn more from Suzanne’s policy paper, Connecticut Can Work: More Jobs for a Brighter Future

And in honor of Halloween, MJ tells us how to make a Zombie!  wooooOOOOOOooooooo…… *thud

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Special Edition Saturday – October 8, 2016

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Fast-paced and action packed, today’s show does not disappoint.  Of course, our guest, Kurt Schlichter, may have had something to do with that

Kurt has joined us in the past and is always a fun interview.  He’s a retired US Army colonel who now practices law in California. He also is a columnist for Townhall.com and appears on many of major news channels frequently.

Kurt can now add fiction writer to his CV.  We spoke with Kurt about his new e-book People’s Republic, available on Amazon.  It’s a great read about a post-apocalyptic future where the US splits into two, with the progressive left getting the coasts and the conservative right retaining “fly-over” country.

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Special Edition Saturday – May 14, 2016

Our guest this weekend is Gabriel Malor, author and brilliant legal scholar and Supreme Court expert to discuss some o f the upcoming decisions by the court, as well as how the death of Justice Antonin Scalia has affected the court’s decisions.

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Special Edition Saturday – April 30, 2016

Tom called in his biz news of the week, then Dave had a joke. *cough

Our guest today is Suzanne Bates, Policy Director of the Yankee Institute, to discuss the on-going push by CT legislators to create a state-run retirement savings plan.

No drink of the week, as MJ was getting married today, but Ben and I always have stuff to talk about.

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Talk of the Town, March 14, 2016

One more time filling in for Larry on Talk of the Town and it’s a busy one.  Great guests and lots of great callers.

In the first hour, I speak with Peter Trabucco, the author of America’s Top Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks

At 11:10, I speak with Michael Grosso, Ph. D. and author of The Man Who Could Fly: St. Joseph of Copertino and the Mystery of Levitation.  Also, in the second hour, I speak with Len Suzio regarding Connecticut’s early release program and the danger in which it is placing Connecticut’s citizens.  If you want to help Len, you can go here and sign the petition to end the early release program.

In the third hour, we get things rocking with my guest Kurt Schlichter, retired Army Colonel, LA attorney, columnist for Townhall.com and frequent Fox News and CNN guest.  Kurt and I hilariously analyze all of the remaining Republican candidates in the primary race and the results are not good for anyone.

We also speak with Susan Bigelow about the proposed elimination of the minimum liquor pricing laws in Connecticut, as well as break down the story behind the attempts by the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation to regain federal recognition for their tribe, with some rather surprising help.