First, if you aren’t tracking the excellent back-and-forth that Rob Eno is having at Red Mass Group (and elsewhere) with Patrick Administration Secretary of Economic Development Greg Bialecki about the validity (not) of the Administration’s job-creation (not) figures, check it out. It was fascinating even before the release last week of this statistic-and-chart-filled report by Mass Inc., sub-titled “Meeting…Read More »
Foxwoods Casino Is Fighting For Its Life. That’s the headline on a New York Times article with huge – if predictable and obvious – implications for the Commonwealth’s recent decision to stake part of our own financial future on the dubious proposition that there exists an infinite market in this country for casino gaming. Here are just a few…Read More »
A piece of advice: Don’t read this article from the State House News Service (via WickedLocal) with your eyes too widely opened. They just might roll right out of your head.
Gov. Deval Patrick’s top energy and environment adviser called Tuesday for a “revolution” in the state’s green energy sector, urging more than 100 energy company executives to “take the clean energy…
The tale of the 2012 Republican Presidential primary season is increasingly one of two divergent realities: the true one, in which most of the world lives, loves, and goes about its business, where Mitt Romney is winning quite handily. And the media’s fever dream narrative, in which the Republican contest is hotly contested between the “establishment” Romney and the “conservative…Read More »
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This story may well have slipped under your radar, but if you plan to vote in the U.S.Senate race in Massachusetts later this year and you care about Massachusetts’ history and the unique attributes of its economy, you should take heed: Senator Scott Brown is currently engaged in the most effective direct constituent advocacy we are likely to see this…