Win-TV Happy Hour Fundraiser @ Union Street Tavern in Windsor

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Come on Down and Celebrate Win-TV’s 35th Anniversary

We’re having a Fundraising Party at one of Windsor’s favorite watering holes

So stop on by and celebrate by trying the new “Win-Tini”, created to celebrate Win-TV’s 35th Anniversary.

Start your evening right while helping a great cause at the Happy Hour Fundraiser at Union Street Tavern on Thursday March 16th 2017 from 4p to 7p.

Raise a glass with friends old and new

Door Prizes, Raffle and Appetizers 

We’re CELEBRATING our Windsor Community & Win-TV All Year Long in 2017

More celebrating to come so keep in the know by subscribing for updates

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Coalition Building – Can we work together?

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Can the Right and the Left build bridges and coalitions to be able to make the state and maybe the country a better place?

Can we find common ground to start from to solve some of the problems we face?

Map of CT Divided into 5 Congressional Districts

Map of CT Divided into 5 Congressional Districts

 

Can Conservatives, Republicans, Unaffiliated, Independents, Democrats & Liberals find the common ground & work together to solve the many problems in our state and country is a question that I’ve been mulling around since last week when 2 democrats showed up at a conservative meeting in late Feb that was accidently posted publicly comparing it to the town hall meetings where the “Indivisible” group members were in a “Lovefest” with the democrats vs the Bullying that was done at the republican town hall meetings….

I have friends and family that are democrats as well as republican, libertarian and unaffiliated like most of us do and when it’s a one on one discussion even if we do not agree 100% on the issues we can talk civilly and agree to disagree on some items all of the people I know agree that the destruction of property that is being shown is just plain wrong.

One thing that I have noticed is that my right leaning friends know more about many of the issues but my left leaning ones do not. In fact it seems that my left leaning friends are surprised to hear about some of the issues because they’ve not been told about the items which are the problems because the media many times do not cover an issue in full or at all…

Many times the issues that the right side groups have are not spoken about in the media or if they are the media has such a warped coverage that it’s more “propaganda” than actual news coverage…

While the leaders of the right have no real outreach into the public their message and information is not getting out to the public but the leaders of these left-wing groups have the megaphones of the liberal left-wing media newspapers, television news and radio.

One question is why is only the left-wing given the ear of the public that the right just does not have? Where can people go to get educated on both sides of the issues?

How can people work together when the proper information is not put in front of them so that Informed Decisions can be made by the public? When people have both sides of an issue we can talk about what the problems are and how we can solve the problems.

What are your thoughts about what can be done to correct this problem? Leave your thoughts below in the comments.

Other important questions you should ask yourself is “Who Benefits from an Misinformed or Under-Informed Public?” and “Why are the media going along with this?”.

 

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Special Election 2017 #GOTV

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Both State Senate seats are 3 way races!

The very composition of the General Assembly is at stake…

Will it remain a tie 18-18 in the general assembly?  or

Will it move from 18 Republicans to 19 with 17 democrats so the control of the state senate is finally going to the Republicans?  or

Will there be UnAffiliated Party candidates filling the seats for the very first time in modern history?

With this bit of news it is extremely important that you get out & VOTE on Feb 28th!

If there is any chance that you might not be in the state or able to get to the polls then call the town clerk to get an Absentee Ballot to send in to cast your vote.

 

 

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Election Day – 8am Did You Vote Yet?

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Reminder It’s a Special Election Today

So I’m sharing the reminder post from last year’s election

 

Cross posted item from another Tillett4CT project

Have you gone out to vote yet?

The polls opened at 6am so they’ve been opened for a while you still have some time but PLEASE make a serious effort to get out & VOTE!

If you have already voted GREAT now call a friend & those members in your household that are registered to vote to remind them to go out & VOTE too!

#VoteRowB to end the #TaxingTyranny !

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The Peanuts Gang (FREE Family Series)

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There is STILL time for you to sign up your family for this FREE webinar series

Have a fun learning experience with your favorite cartoon characters… The Peanuts Gang!

Have a Family Date Night for the month of March on Tuesday nights from 8p to 9p est 7p to 8p central or 6p to 7p west streaming live in the comfort of your own home

Watch the video & sign up at http://fpeusa.org/education and join Dr Duke Pesta in this free educational yet entertaining lecture series

 

📺 FreedomProject is proud to present this FREE four-week lecture series by Dr. Duke Pesta entitled, “The Peanuts Gang: A Promise of Christian Redemption.”
For fifty years, Charles Schulz drew the most influential comic strip in the world. Key to the enduring success of Peanuts is the characters’ deep connection to the most poignant elements of human nature: crushing despair and joyful exuberance. These are also the defining emotions of Christian experience: the hopelessness of our fallen existence, and the exaltation of our redemption in Christ. By embodying these existential responses in little children, Schulz magnifies emotional impact and reveals deep truths about the human condition.
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The Little Governor that Roared Malloy vs Trump

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Malloy is once again out on the campaign trail & on the attack of our now sworn in President Donald Trump.

With his dreams of going to an appointed position down in DC down the drain with Hillary failing to win the presidential seat; Malloy is starting out on his re-election campaign by being the attack dog of the left barking at the heels of the president who has said that he is going to stop for a while the refugees that are coming in from the countries that are in wars with our US Military engaged & has additionally threatened to remove funding for cities that are violating the immigration laws…

 

What are your thoughts on what Malloy has to say?

Can the state of CT afford to lose the federal funding that it gets when so many of our cities are already hurting?

Can we taxpayers afford to pick up the tab for Hartford, Bridgeport & New Haven as they lose their federal funding & start very expensive lawsuits to fight in the courts the laws which are not currently being upheld?

Our immigration process is in need of fixing & the problem of illegal immigration is quite complex with children having been brought here by their parents what suggestions do you have to rectify the problems?

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Windsor – Win-TV Presents: “The Ollies” 2016

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Windsor Public Access celebrates the many people who take the time to produce the programming on Win-TV

2017 is the 35th Anniversary year for Win-Tv & it is going to be a year of celebrations & looking back at where we started & looking forward to the future.

The Kick-Off Event is the presentation of “The Ollies” in January.

The video clip below is the presentation of the 2015 awards…

 

There are still sponsorship opportunities available if you would like to sponsor a table or donate goods or services to the fun affair celebrating our Win-TV Stars.

Give Jenny H. a call down at the station to get the details (860) 688-2626

 

 

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Bill of Rights (Shake it off) #FreedomFriday

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Cross posted item from another Tillett4CT project

#FreedomFriday FUN!
This group of high school students made learning the Bill of Rights fun for themselves & their classmates.

Share their video to celebrate the Freedoms that we have here in the USA.

Maybe challenge your children or grandchildren to make a video to help teach their classmates about some of the important history lessons that seem to be getting neglected in recent years?


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The Pinch

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Sharing this repost from last year because the New General Assembly members are now officially seated & they need encouragement & reminder calls about why we voted for them to be in office

The democrats have been in power for many decades, some of them have been in office for longer than 30 years. They have gotten arrogant in their attitudes & they have grown protective of their expensive pet projects that benefit only their crony friends while putting our families at both financial as well as physical risk.

The democrats have gotten to be experts at both spending our tax money on wasteful projects & luxury items for themselves but additionally they have become experts in hiding the true costs when they roll items up & put them into the bonding.

Cross posted item from another Tillett4CT project

Call your elected officials at the state capitol this week

Tell them to Work on Balancing the Budget by making the cuts that are needed instead of cutting services that help our families.
Now is the time for our elected officials to get to work towards starting the much needed downsizing of our government.
They can start by cutting the extra expenses that they have forced us to pay for like big cuts to the CEP Program.
The CEP aka Citizens Election Program gives taxpayer money to the candidates that have “qualified” by raising certain levels of money. The amount varies by race & party but the amounts are in the hundreds of thousands of dollars for state senate & state rep positions & in the millions for the statewide races.
That money can be better spent making certain that we have the needed services for the families that are needed.


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