Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America

You've heard people say it...

You've looked around & wondered could it be true?

Yes Debbie...

 they Are Deliberately Dumbing Down 

the People of the United States of America


Thursday, February 1, 2018

Today in History for February 1st

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

New Year More Challenges for the 2018 G.A.

We here in CT have a new legislative year quickly approaching with looming debt, layoffs and either much higher additional taxes or huge additional budget cuts coming - a lot of very hard choices to make

What will happen in the "Lame Duck" weeks and months of our government in CT?
What SHOULD happen and what WILL happen of course are 2 very different things. 
The democrats still control the general assembly until the new senators and representatives are sworn in next January;  let's hope the 2018 elections change that.

What SHOULD Happen is attacking the enormous budget problem but the democrats have other plans which will result in raising our taxes again and forcing homeowners and taxpayers in small towns and the suburbs to pay for the mismanagement and corruption of the cities that are doing poorly for their choices and continued refusal to spend their money wisely...

Ideally our elected officials will do the hard work of properly downsizing our bloated government and find solutions that will make the needed part of government that is required to run more efficiently while providing Better Service for those necessary items while managing to Lower the Costs of providing those services.



It is going to be a very hard job if the elected officials have the fortitude to make the cuts going through the budget line by line and department by department...

Each department and all of their offices need to be opened up; looked at separately as well as to how they relate to the whole wider government.
Weigh whether the department is in fact needed or has it become an old outdated form of government that really does not meet the needs of the citizens of Connecticut in the 21st century...
Weigh out exactly what each position does from the very top to the bottom in each of these departments which positions should be eliminated entirely or adjusted for our present and future needs?

Asking very Important questions like:
What expenses are being paid to out of state and even out of country businesses that should be instead contracted with Connecticut businesses? Taxpayer moneys should be spent in CT whenever possible

Can the position be done more effectively in the private sector? 
Can the position be done more effectively at the town level?
Can the job be done in an electronic manner to reduce time and cost?

How many employees are actually needed vs how many are high level titles that really shouldn't be there in the first place because they do not actually assist in getting the work done for the people in Connecticut?


If you were able to make changes in our government what suggestions would you make to which departments and why would you make them? 

Leave me your thoughts in the comments below.



#nq

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

2018 #SotU Speech President Trump

Tonight is the State of the Union speech delivered to congress and the people of the United States of America

This live stream via the C-Span youtube channel will go live shortly before 9pm to cover the president's speech  


After the president's speech to congress is finished the democrat's response speech will be given by congressman Joe Kennedy 3rd which is scheduled to start at 10:15pm



Thursday, January 18, 2018

2015 WIN-TV Ollie Awards Ceremony

Thursday, January 11, 2018

WIN-TV Ollie Awards Song 1992

Wow did you know that Windsor's own Win-TV's Ollie Award has a song?

This song was written to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Win-TV back in 1992

Enjoy and looking forward to seeing you at "The Ollies" this year!

Monday, January 8, 2018

2013 WIN-TV Ollie Awards

We're heading into that time of year;
 where we at Win-TV and in Windsor CT celebrate "The Ollies"
Here's a look back at the 
2013 Ollie Awards Ceremony 


Tuesday, January 2, 2018

2015 Ollie Awards Red Carpet

It's almost time for "The Ollies"
Are you excited to see who's going to be walking the red carpet this year?

Will you be joining us this year?

Thursday, December 28, 2017

KT and Me: A Kwanzaa Family Special

It's Day 3 of Kwanzaa

Today's #Artful8ths item is a cute cartoon story 

It follows the adventures of a young boy and his Teddy Bear who teaches him about the principles of the Black American holiday celebration of Kwanzaa.

We thought that you might want to share with your family and friends regardless of race so that they and the children can better understand what Kwanzaa is.

Have you ever attended a private family celebration or a public community celebration of Kwanzaa in your city or town?



#nq

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

2017 into 2018 New Year New Challenges

New Year New Challenges Approaching 2018

We here in CT have a new year quickly approaching with looming debt, possibly more layoffs and either much higher taxes or additional budget cuts coming - a lot of very hard choices to make in a "Short Session"

What will happen in the "Lame Duck" months of our government in CT?
What SHOULD happen and what WILL happen of course are 2 very different things. 

The democrats still control the general assembly until the new senators and representatives are sworn in in January 2019; where the senate will hopefully no longer be tied 18 to 18 and the difference in the house is greatly reduced or switched for majority party.

What SHOULD Happen is attacking the enormous budget problems... 
but the democrats have other plans which will result in raising our taxes again in various forms. They are forcing our families, homeowners and taxpayers in small towns and the suburbs to pay for the mismanagement and corruption of the cities that are doing poorly for their choices and refusal to spend their money wisely...

Ideally our elected officials will do the hard work of properly downsizing our bloated government and find solutions that will make that needed part of government that is needed to run more efficiently while providing Better Service for those needed items while managing to Lower the Costs of providing those services.


It is going to be a very hard job if the elected officials have the fortitude to make the cuts going through the budget line by line and department by department...

Each department and all of their offices need to be opened up and  looked at separately as well as to how they relate to the whole wider government.

Weigh whether the department is in fact needed or has it become an old outdated form of government that really does not meet the needs of the citizens of Connecticut in the 21st century...

Weigh out exactly what each position does from the very top to the bottom in each of these departments which positions should be eliminated entirely or adjusted for our present and future needs?

Asking Important questions like:

What expenses are being paid to out of state or even out of country businesses that should be instead being contracted with Connecticut businesses?

Can the position be done more effectively in the private sector? 

Can the position be done more effectively at the town level?

Can the job be done in an electronic manner to reduce time and cost?

How many employees are actually needed vs how many are high level titles that really shouldn't be there in the first place because they do not actually assist in getting the work done for the people in Connecticut?

If you were able to make changes in our government what suggestions would you make to which departments and why would you make them? 

Leave me your thoughts in the comments below.