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Greg Scandlen – Talk of the Town June 12, 2017

Today on Talk of the Town, I am joined by Greg Scandlen, Senior Fellow of the Heartland Institute and founder of the Consumers for Health Care Choices, as well as the author of Mythbusters: Why Health Reform Always Goes Awry regarding the the success (or lack thereof) of Electronic Medical Records.

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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 – October 15,2016

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Well, the election is less than 3 weeks away, so the lies about Connecticut’s economy from the Malloy administration are back and better than ever.  Just weeks after telling his department heads that we are facing yet another budget deficit, Gov. Dan Malloy told State Comptroller Kevin Lembo that everything is awesome!  One of these things is untrue.

If we look at Gov. Malloy’s history of blatantly lying to the citizens of Connecticut just prior to important elections, it’s very hard not to imagine that he is once again lying to help keep his party in power in Hartford so they can implement new taxes, fees, revenue enhancements, whatever you want to call them.

It’s going to get a whole lot more expensive to live in Connecticut if this lie works. Again. And sadly, it will. And the economy here will continue to bounce along the bottom, politically-connected friends will continue to receive millions in government “loans” and businesses small and large who are not connected will continue to either close or move out.  It’s the inevitable result of Malloy’s policies and he has shown no evidence of changing.

Meanwhile, the lies keep coming louder and larger from his party, up and down the ballot.  And I am seriously sick of being treated like an idiot.  Anyone who believes these lies is either a fool or cares more about power than about honesty.

And speaking of lying liars who lie, our guest today is Rachel Anderson, a Senior Editor at The Stream.  We discuss this column, 18 Reasons (So Far) Leaked Podesta Emails Reveal Dishonest Side of Clinton, Her Campaign and Media Collusion, which no one in the mainstream media seems to want to discuss.

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Special Edition Saturday – May 28, 2016

Another fun show.  Great topics and a great guest, plus MJ’s drink.

You definitely want to listen to this one.

Our guest this week is Steve Nathanson, founder of  SameThatTune.com.  Same that Tune is a website that chronicles similarities between songs.  Really interesting conversation and I was amazed at just how many times this has happened!

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Special Edition Saturday, May 21, 2016

We had a guest scheduled, but life intruded, so we had to make do on our own. But we’re just that good and we had one of our best shows ever.

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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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