Archive for October, 2010

Linda McMahon’s WWE and Connecticut Cops – Both Off Duty and On Duty

Published October 29th, 2010, Uncategorized

The death rattle of Linda McMahon’s Senate campaign in Connecticut is a series of publicity stunts by World Wrestling Entertainment, the company founded by Linda and her husband Vince. One of several surrounding controversies involves the staffing of off-duty cops from the Bridgeport police force on Election Day – Tuesday, November 2. That same night, […]

Dave Meltzer Still Ain’t Ready for Reform

Published October 28th, 2010, Uncategorized

World Wrestling Entertainment’s Linda McMahon is losing her race for a U.S. Senate seat – in no small measure because of her association with the industry’s pandemic of young deaths, which has been publicized at new levels during the McMahon/Richard Blumenthal campaign. That might embolden a journalist to renew calls to investigate and clean up […]

Blumenthal Has Solid Lead: CT Capitol Report

Published October 28th, 2010, Uncategorized “While individual polls have varied on the size of Blumenthal’s lead, it has remained constant and comfortable in our survey since the beginning of October,” says the poll’s Executive Director Matthew Fitch. “It appears that McMahon has reached her maximum level of support, and her only chance of winning would seem to be a […]

Politico Story on Harry Reid’s Supporters at UFC

Published October 28th, 2010, Uncategorized

I’m quoted in a new piece at Politico by Molly Ball, “Ultimate Fighting Championship stars rumble for Harry Reid,” Reid’s partnership with the UFC comes at a time when Democrats are delivering harsh criticisms of World Wrestling Entertainment under former CEO Linda McMahon, now the Republican Senate nominee in Connecticut. Irv Muchnick, a vocal […]

Pro Wrestling Torch Covers Mike Benoit Press Conference and Linda McMahon’s Reaction

Published October 27th, 2010, Uncategorized