The latest entry of the Field guide to bloggers is Deneen Borelli author of Blacklash: You can buy her book here, the full field guide is here.
At the Visitation House event I spoke to Mary Nodene who heads up the Choose Life plate campaign in Massachusetts You can find out more about Choose Life here.
Congressman Charlie Bass talks to the Nashua Republican City Committee on 4-28-12 This is a series of interviews from the Nashua Republican Committee event that Howie Carr spoke at that I'll be posting this week.
Have you ever wondered why the left always seemed to take the side of the totalitarian states during the cold war. Well look at what's happening on twitter and wonder no more: Last night Twitchy reported that liberals had launched an assault on conservative Twitter users, reporting them as spam to trigger account suspensions and … Continue reading Soviet tactics and the Totalatarian left on twitter
Either we do nothing and run out of money or we do something... ...I’ll get attacks on this issue but that’s life. Sean Bielat on fixing Social Security 4-26-12 One of the first rules of campaigning is you don't promote your opponent but the quote above was the was the most telling line from a … Continue reading I’ve never been on a campaign when I’ve promoted an opponents web site.”
Last night I took a skip up to Nashua New Hampshire for the Nashua Republican Committee fundraiser: The Main event was Howie Carr, Best line: "I always get to have a conversation with New Hampshire State representatives that I never get to have with Massachusetts state representatives. I get to ask them 'What do you … Continue reading Howie Carr at the Nashua Republican Dinner
Yesterday as I drove into the studio I noticed an oddity. As I reached the train station Rotary I noticed a large Ron Paul image on the side of the building that's been bearing a Ron Paul for president sign for months. I thought it a little odd, the president race is all but over … Continue reading The silent Ron Paul Campaign
Well surprise surprise it looks like Susan Komen and it's affiliates are having fundraising problems: Registered attendance or donations have declined by more than 25 percent at some of the group’s recent Race for the Cure events, according to interviews with officials at 10 of the national nonprofit’s local affiliates. The Times and our friends … Continue reading The NYT Komen and the elephant in the room
This week's Diner is Gabby's Place in Gardner. Gabby's is one of the smallest diners you will see, only the 5th street Diner matches its size The menu is also not large but it is tasty I discovered the place by accident a few weeks ago, after dropping off my son at his college event … Continue reading Da Saturday Diner Gabby’s Place Gardner
Fmr Ambassador to the Vatican and Boston Mayor Ray Flynn was the keynote speaker at the visitation House event in Worcester on Thursday. Here is his speech; part one: And part two Plus lets give you collection of photos from the event. You can donate to Visitation House here.
Charlotte Reminded me of home while taking the bus from the airport it was very green, lot of trees. $1.75 from the airport to the center of town two blocks from the Hotel is a really good deal. One of the disadvantages of being without a car is you can't scout around for a local … Continue reading Random Blogcon Charlotte Thoughts
Yesterday Steven Taylor asked a question concerning out tit-for-tat after summarizing his point: Again: am I getting this right? (And seriously: if I am getting this wrong, tell me how). I gave him a quick answer in his comments (and it speaks well of him that he allows the debate there), but if I wanted … Continue reading And that my friends is the left in a nutshell
I'd like to speak to my readers new and old a bit about this blog Unlike most bloggers who either do this for a hobby or work for larger companies this blog and my radio show are my full time job and source of income. Due to this there is little time for fun, when … Continue reading Salesmen Advertisers Tip Jar Hitters: Lend me your ears!
Every single day the Catholic Church feeds more people, houses more people , clothes more people, visits more imprisoned people and educates more people than any other institution on the planet earth can ever hope to. Matthew Kelly Worcester Mass. March 20th 2010 Last Night I was in Worcester where 390-400+ people attended a fundraiser … Continue reading Visitation House the Church’s work you never hear of
...because on the same day the "Dogs vs Romney" puts up this: Abusing animals has consequences – consequences not even Mitt Romney can avoid. In the wake of his campaign’s 2007 revelation of the “dog-on-roof story,” Mitt Romney’s name was listed by two national animal cruelty registries used to track animal abuse offenders. This story … Continue reading God must really love Jim Treacher…