John Henry’s Believe it or Not

John Henry spent 2874 words explaining to readers of the Boston Globe today why he bought the paper. Among those words are these: The Globe will never be the prisoner of any ideology or political agenda. You are perfectly welcome to believe those words but before you decide remember this: In 2011, the Times turned … Continue reading John Henry’s Believe it or Not

Demoralized as Hell: “I’ve been to the federal penitentiary, and I’m not going back for you” edition

What if they should find a leader? What shall we do then. General Burgoyne The Devil's Disciple 1959 Ulrich's discovery of guts is cause for organization wide concern Daredevil Comics Born Again 1986 As we get closer and closer to election day (or should I say the day when the votes are counted since early … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: “I’ve been to the federal penitentiary, and I’m not going back for you” edition

Does Massachusetts already have a voter Id law?

On Monday the Twin City Tea Party held its first meeting at a new location Cornerstones Restaurant in Leominster. In addition to several local, state and congressional candidates who mixed with the crowd there were top primary speakers. Brad Marston of Four Tier Strategies on the use of social media in campaigns: It was quite … Continue reading Does Massachusetts already have a voter Id law?