Joseph F. Connor is a husband, father of two, son and brother.
He has testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Foreign Relations regarding President Clinton’s 1999 clemency grant to 16 terrorist members who claimed his father’s murder, the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2009 during Eric Holder’s confirmation hearing and introduced The Pardon Attorney Reform and Integrity Act to Congress in 2000.
Having commuted though the WTC on 9/11/01, Connor eye-witnessed the attacks from his nearby office, losing his cousin among others.
Mr. Connor and his brother Tom led the successful 2011 effort to deny parole to the terror leader who refused the Clintons’ 1999 clemency grant.
Joe’s articles have been published in the New York Post, Human Events, Los Angeles Times, Newsmax, National Review Online and The Wall Street Journal. He currently contributes to Breitbart.com (BigPeace) and Redstate.com. Mr. Connor has also appeared on several news shows including: Hannity & Colmes, Fox & Friends, The NBC Nightly News, Hardball, America Live as well as various local and nationally syndicated radio programs including Dennis Miller, Tom Marr, Mark Levin and Sean Hannity.
Joe had a key role in the Citizens United documentary, Hillary the Movie that was the impetus for the Supreme Court’s overturning of the McCain Feingold Campaign Finance law.
Joe is active in the local Tea Party movement and received a 2011 award from the National Conference on Jewish Affairs and The United Liberty Alliance.
A 1988 graduate of Villanova University, Joe is married and lives in the NY metropolitan area with his wife and two children. He works in the financial services industry.