Bob MacGuffie column
Bob MacGuffie was a financial executive over a 40-year corporate career. He gained brief national notoriety in August 2009 when his Tea Party rallying memo, "Rocking the Town Halls," was cited by the national press as the inspiration for the raucous eruptions in town halls across the country. Several TV news and talk radio appearances followed. He co-led the Connecticut Tea Party movement and was tapped as a thought-leader within the national movement. He addressed the massive Tea Party rally at the nation's capital in September 2010. He was a member of the national Tea Party Debt Commission in 2011, which presented its recommendations to the Senate and House Republican leadership. Bob also served as head of Senator Ted Cruz's presidential primary campaign in Connecticut in 2016. He has penned dozens of Op-Eds and LTEs, and has been guest speaker at many Conservative gatherings and dinners across Connecticut.

Bob and his longtime associate Antony Stark are co-authors of the book "The Seventh Crisis: Why Millennials Must Re-Establish Ordered Liberty."


The antidote for Senator Blumenthal’s communist affliction
Bob MacGuffie
December 24, 2021

Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut has received some notoriety this week for his exuberant appearance at the Connecticut People’s World Committee’s . . .


Seeing the invisible revolution
Bob MacGuffie
August 17, 2021

Co-written with Anthony Stark It is impossible to understand the so-called cultural clash in the United States without understanding the paradigm within . . .


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