Hazel: Is cowslip coming? Maybe he knows. Fiver: He wouldn’t come. He told me to stop talking about it Richard Adams Watership Down 1978 You have done this deed in secret, but I will bring it about in the presence of all Israel, and with the sun looking down.' 2 Samuel 12:12 At their new … Continue reading Mass Fiscal Alliance, Bill Maher & Low info voters
At the Twin city tea party meeting this week Ben Selecky of PANDA (people against the NDAA spoke concerning his groups opposition to the anti-terror rules since 9/11 I'm much more of a hawk than Ben and his group given the state of the world but it's fair to say that an administration willing to … Continue reading Voices of the Activists Ben Selecky of PANDA
At the Twin City Tea Party Tuesday I interviewed Karen Anderson who is running in the 2nd Franklin District in Massachusetts: You can find more out about her here.
You might be forgiven for thinking that Charlie Baker is running unopposed for Governor on the GOP ticket but if you attended yesterday's Twin City Tea Party meeting you would be aware that there is a second GOP choice to run for the corner office. Mark Fisher is a small businessman, political outsider and unapologetic … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Mark Fisher R-MA for Governor
Monday I interviewed GOP candidate for the 2nd Massachusetts district Dan Dubrule after his speech at the Twin City Tea Party monthly meeting It's not every GOP candidate who is a union leader and he is passionate about the misconceptions about Union Workers as I write in my Examiner piece: I’ve been a union rep … Continue reading Interview Dan Dubrule GOP Candidate Ma-2
Other seed fell on rocky ground where it had little soil. It sprang up at once because the soil was not deep. And when the sun rose, it was scorched and it withered for lack of roots. Mark 4:5-6 Today is election day and Gabriel Gomez faces an uphill battle to win what should be … Continue reading Gabriel Gomez Campaign: A campaign among rocky ground
I spoke to Tom Weaver candidate for the GOP nomination in MA-3. He gets to the nitty-gritty of election 2012 simply by using two lightbulbs. Simple isn't it? His web site is here. Update: Missed the link, now there.
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?
Yesterday at the monthly Twin City Tea Party event Mary Z Connaughton (affectionately known around here as Mary Z) former candidate for State Auditor spoke about her work at the Pioneer institute. After her speech Connaughton took questions from the audience for quite a while fielding inquiries on topics on spending and judicial conduct to … Continue reading “You don’t cut the pie into smaller pieces you make a bigger pie”
I attended the Twin City Tea Party Christmas Party on Wednesday. Justin Brooks the outgoing president and candidate for State Rep was honored by the group: Near the end of the party I talked to him about his candidacy: Brooks has built a solid record as a Tea Party leader, it remains to e seen … Continue reading Justin Brooks at the Twin City Tea Party Christmas Party
Today I'm going to be meeting with various potential customers who might choose to take advantage of the old ad rates before the sales team takes over. Lucky for you DaTechGuy is all over the net right now: First my Under the Fedora Column is up at the Minority Report blog I’ve just finished watching … Continue reading DaTechGuy all over Da Net today
Today at Hotair they link to a pew study suggesting the Tea Party is not doing so well: Throughout the 2010 election cycle, agreement with the Tea Party far outweighed disagreement in the 60 House districts represented by members of the Congressional Tea Party Caucus. But as is the case nationwide, support has decreased significantly … Continue reading My latest for the Examiner: Colin Powell the Tea Party and the MSM bubble
State Senator Jen Flanagan (D) and State Rep Kim Ferguson (R) spoke at the twin City Tea Party tonight at the Border Bar and Grille to talk about Redistricting. They spoke mainly about the process and spoke a lot about the Federal requirements concerning majority minority districts. They answered a fair amount of questions and … Continue reading State Senator Jen Flanagan and Rep Kim Ferguson at the Twin City Tea Party 11-28-11
My latest for the Examiner: The left could take lessons in civility from the Tea Party deals with two recent events. The Mayoral Forum hosted by the Twin City Tea party: All in all it was an important but totally unremarkable bit of civic activity. Nothing you might not see in any city in the … Continue reading Latest for the Examiner: The left could take lessons in civility from the Tea Party
During his appearance at the Border Grille on Monday Presidential Candidate answered questions on all kinds of subjects. There were too many to put in a single post so I'm going to do them in pairs over the next several days: Let's start with the first question on drilling and the Environmentalism There are two … Continue reading Questions on the 10’s: Buddy Roemer on “Practical Environmentalism “