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Introduction to AIGA Connecticut.
Today we have Lisa Burns, Vice President of AIGA CT and Christian LoGrasso, Sponsorhsip and Membership Director who are joining us to talk about their involvement with the AIGA Connecticut Chapter.
If you are interested in joining the AIGA Connecticut community or want to participate with us in partnership please send an email to email@example.com
To Lean more about the AIGA Connecticut community please visit us on the web at http://connecticut.aiga.org
Our guest: Samantha/spokesperson for Corrupt CT
The rally at CT Capitol DCF family court a success, the family court and DCF corruption was brought to light for all to see. Although it was cold, there was a large turnout. People from Massachusetts, New Jersey and Connecticut came to support the rally against the corruption within the DCF and family courts. There were dozens of people that showed, thankful for all the people that came out to show support.
Ct DCF and CT family courts are ruining GOOD families. Ct DCF are removing good children from loving homes. Even worse, targeting fragile children, medically kidnapping children. Such as Weston and Jaxon both children were torn from their loving homes.
Signs displaying – STOP FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION IN CONNECTICUT, STOP DCF FROM MEDICALLY KIDNAPPING OUR CHILDREN, CHILDREN ARE NOT FOR SALE, CONNECTICUT FAMILY COURTS ARE CORRUPT, BRING BABY WESTON HOME, BRING JAXON NAVARRO GILMORE HOME, CT DCF STOP MAKING MONEY OFF OF OUR CHILDREN, MY KIDS WERE KIDNAPPED BY THE STATE, OUR KIDS ARE NOT FOR SALE, DCF STEALS CHILDREN FOR FEDERAL PROFIT, CONNECTICUT FAMILY COURTS AND JUDGES CORRUPT, DCF = STATE SPONSORED KIDNAPPING, DCF IS A CORRUPT RACKETEERING ORGANIZATION, MEDICAL KIDNAPPING IS GIVING DCF MORE FEDERAL FUNDING, STOP TEARING FAMILIES APART, CORRUPT FAMILY COURT JUDGES MONEY BEFORE CHILDREN, ALL CHILDREN DESERVE TO BE UNDER THE PROTECTIVE UMBRELLA OF A LOVING FAMILY.
There must be a FEDERAL INVESTIGATION ON THE FAMILY COURTS. To the FBI in Connecticut to clean up the corruption, go sit at the family courts, all you need to do is watch.
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How do you know when a state has no crime and not enough work to justify their budgets ? When this is the best show in town; when you make up crime like [breach of peace] as a felony worthy of a state and its tax payer budgets.
Cromwell, Connecticut resident Ted Taupier found himself embroiled in a nasty divorce and a monumental battle for his rights to his children. In a series of escalating charges, one more ridiculous than the next, Taupier became the target of another corrupt family court system in Connecticut.
In one instance:
"Edward Taupier recklessly created a risk of causing T***** Taupier inconvenience, annoyance, and alarm by offensive conduct that annoyed and
interfered with T***** Taupier" so reads the complaint against Ted Taupier.
Just imagine, now you can be arrested and charged with a felony just for someone saying you annoyed and inconvenienced them and this alarmed you. Of course, in order to invoke these idiotic statutes, you must be well connected to those who participate in the court, or, be part of the court system itself. These statutes were enacted in virtually every state to reduce the standards necessary to prosecute individuals who might be trying to blow the whistle on corruption or, misuse of the system by "special" friends of the court. Of course YOU can't use them unless the court sees a benefit for itself by doing so. Otherwise, court dockets would be stacked to the ceilings with pending cases against judges, attorney's, and others who routinely annoy, inconvenience and alarm most of us.
Join us tonight as we discuss the persecution and prosecution of Ted Taupier!
Technical note: The platform crashed about 12 minutes into the program, dead air and distorted portions have been deleted, but the conversation may not flow as well as we intended around this mark. ;-(
Police in Kiev attempted heavy handed tactics in an apparent attempt to bring Ukranian protests to an end. The attempt didn't go as well as police might have expected.
In Caracas, Venezuela, massive protests have also errupted. Perhaps living under a government where toilet paper is a scarce commodity gets old after a while.
And here in the U.S., there's a less showy, more underground form of protest that's receiving notice this week. Somewhere between 20,000 and 100,000 gun owners in Connecticut are said to have snubbed a new state requirement to register their gun mags and "military style" rifles.
They risk felony prosecution by so doing.
The Georgia House of Representatives this week joined the Georgia Senate in advancing a call for an Article V constitutional convention. We have an expanded segment in the second hour.
Don and Doug discuss these and other topics beginning at 1:00 pm EST on Friday. Your participation by phone or chat is invited.
Update: Georgia's House may take up the Convention of States proposal on Thursday. If it does, we'll have an update on Friday's program.
2012 AIGA Connecticut Fellow Award Recipient, Pamela Williams
Pam Williams is a founding partner of Williams and House, an award-winning integrated communications practice, known nationally for its work in the world of design. A strong advocate for design and social change, Pam has served on the AIGA National Board and is an advisor to the Connecticut chapter. She was a key architect for the Design Ignites Change communications strategy and volunteers her time for a variety of social causes. Pam truly personifies the future of design with clear leadership and expansive thinking to create inspiring, sustainable ideas.
Special guests – Commissioner Catherine Smith – Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development
Al Samuel, Exec. Director of Aerospace Component Manufacturers “The World’s Aerospace Alley”
Max McIntyre, Vice President of Turbine Technologies in Farmington, CT
Paul Rocheleau, CFO of HABCO in Glastonbury, CT
NaydaCoki Designs comes from the creative mind of Designer, Writer and Artist Nayda Young. Being an Designer for the over 30 years. NaydaCoki Designs offers you the ease and of look island chic without the expensive price tag. If you are looking for quality and beautiful clothing go no further than Nayda Designs. Originally from Norwalk, Connecticut, Nayda has established herself as the Go-to Lady when it comes to fashion, fashion designs, and fashion shows. She is a major participant of the Fourth Annual Hair, Beauty, and Health Expo 2015 to be held at the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School Sunday, March 22, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. The Expo is the brainchild of Madame Entrepreneur herself, Linda Bailey, owner of several local businesses. Visit Linda at www.facebook.com/linda.bailey.5496.
Located adjacent to Coral World on Coki Point Beach, NaydaCoki Designs is a boutique selling unique, hand-crafted tropical apparel and accessories. Island Chic without the expensive price tag.
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Happy Thanksgiving! This show was pre-recorded so we could spend time with our families. I am sure they would prefer the 4 of us go do the show so they can enjoy the holiday but too bad for them!
We will (or did already) smoke a few of Vince's favorite Connecticut Wrapper cigars. Even though we all lean toward fuller bodied cigars we will tell you our opinon and hope you may agree with us.
We also talk about family traditions on this holiday and Graham will explain a new event for men called "Carcas Party"
As gun control advocates cheered President Obama's call to action on gun violence, the White House began to weigh its options Monday on how to fulfill the president's vow to use all the power of his office to prevent future mass killings. The most likely initiatives following Friday's Connecticut school shooting — efforts to tighten gun show sales, for example, or to reinstate a ban on assault weapons — are laden with political pitfalls and challenges. Although several members of Congress indicated they were newly open to gun control measures, opposition to stiffer gun laws is expected to remain firm, particularly in the Republican-led House.
Taking on another uphill legislative battle would scramble an already full agenda for the White House, which is embroiled in fiscal negotiations and hoping to start Obama's second term with a focus on immigration reform.