Sunday, December 17, 2006

Sunday Open Forum

Friday night I saw Blog Wars, a movie about bloggers during the CT Senate primary. The movie will air on the Sundance Channel December 28, but if you simply can't wait that long Connecticut Bob is hosting a screening in Milford on *Tuesday Night*. Email him at Blogwars@yahoo.com if you'd like to attend.

If you do watch the film, see if you can spot Gabe and me for the three seconds we're on screen.

In other news...


  • The Courant has a lengthy article about the electricity rate increase.

  • Rep. Rosa DeLauro wants to consolidate all Federal agencies that deal with food safety.



What else is going on?

12 comments:

TrueBlueCT said...

State by state electic rates,

Here, and here.

Does anyone else wonder if the Cross-Sound cable, which got turned on during the Northeast Blackout of 2003, has anything to do with our current increases?

CT Bob said...

It's TUESDAY NIGHT, Caffeinated Geek Girl, TUESDAY NIGHT!!! Not Monday.

Yes, we still have seats available, so email me at blogwars@yahoo.com to RSVP.

Thank you.

Bobby McGee said...

Lieberman lied? No way?

cgg said...

Sorry Bob, let me correct that.

Great Santini said...

Pretty good Courant article about electricity. The only ones who made out in the divestiture of the generating plants at NU and UI were the investment bankers and lawyers. Everyone else looks bad including the legistature and the utilities. It is interesting to note that the New Hampshire legislature wanted PSNH to divest its generating stations, but when they saw the problems in California and Connecticut, they reconsidered.

Authentic Connecticut Republican said...

>>Rep. Rosa DeLauro wants to consolidate all Federal agencies that deal with food safety.

When it comes to bio-terrorism (Yup! It's already here!) Rosa knows nothing, nada, zilch *and* declined to be briefed and brought up to speed on the issue.

Tessa said...

Why haven't more people posted information on their municipal governments on this website's wiki? It is easy and fun and incomplete. Get to work you wonks!

Anonymous said...

Nice piece about Congresswoman Nancy Johnson in the Courant today by Kevin Rennie, you should all check it out.

Anonymous said...

Question? I was told that Senator Williams is thinking of running for Governor - who is he, what has he done ??

Connecticut Man 1 said...

I din't know there was a "local" wiki here? I must have missed those posts. I hate formatting those things but I do like to read many of them.

Anonymous said...

Williams? He already is the Governor!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thinking? It would take a political disaster, or a succession of silly, unsuccessful initiatives (i.e. "negative" campaigning, school safety cash) to divert him from running.