Just back from the City Counsel meeting…

it went on VERY late. I will have some photos and longer posts up in a bit but to sum it up quickly: It reminded me of the Battle of Kasserine Pass. One side was professional and prepared and had laid the groundwork for the battle. The other side more numerous, less organized and had … Continue reading Just back from the City Counsel meeting…

CPAC Funding update

Well today has been an interesting day in that regard. Yesterday I found myself at just under 9% of the goal set to get me there. Since then three people have kicked in, including to my surprise a local businessman who I had just told the story to in passing. That has boosted me to … Continue reading CPAC Funding update

That’s what we elected president Obama for…

...to save author Gary Wills and people like him from embarrassment when they travel in Europe. The author actually said on Morning Joe today this was the good thing about replacing George Bush with Barack Obama and the crew nodded in agreement. I'm sure Mr. Willis is a smart man and his book on the … Continue reading That’s what we elected president Obama for…

Yet another coincidence prior to tonight’s meeting…

Planned Parenthood often argues that kids are going to have sex anyways so their services are required. I expect to hear that argument made tonight. I'll wager they didn't count on us rednecks in Fitchburg looking at the Washington post. Headline: Abstinence-only programs might work, study says What a coincidence, let's take a look inside: … Continue reading Yet another coincidence prior to tonight’s meeting…

O’Keefe is looking better and better…

...particularly when the US Attorney on the case is rescuing himself from the case. Even more interesting is the time lag in the announcement. This happened the very next day yet it wasn't announced. Hot Air asks: One wonders why they waited so long to announce it. The press release is still not available on … Continue reading O’Keefe is looking better and better…

Quote of the (yester)day…

"If the US adopts Obamacare, how will the Canadian health care system survive? " Geoff Coghlin in a letter to Instapundit concerning the trip of Danny Williams Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador to the US for surgery. If he was going to travel abroad for surgery, why isn't he going to Cuba? Haven't we heard … Continue reading Quote of the (yester)day…

Planned Parenthood, stimulating the underground economy

A long time ago Fitchburg was a manufacturing hub. The Italian and French communities here came for the jobs in the mills and the factories. Today not so much is made in Fitchburg anymore (Although the Hersey Custom Shoe Company does make shoes here) however we have become a hub for two things in the … Continue reading Planned Parenthood, stimulating the underground economy