In a move further indicating that Scott Brown is now a New Hampshire politician, the Concord Monitor reports that Brown has registered a PAC in the Granite State. The former Massachusetts senator has been a frequent visitor to New Hampshire in recent months, headlining Republican fundraisers and stoking speculation he might switch states and run against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in…Read More »
Joe Malone appeared on Broadside with Jim Braude to explain his reasons for leaving the GOP. “Probably the straw that broke the camel’s back was, number one, what we saw down in Washington with the shutdown of government, and the threat to shut it down in terms of not paying our debt, not raising our ceiling on the debt,” said…Read More »
In preparation for Election Day I am compiling a list of races to watch. Who am I missing? Races to watch:
Don Humason – State Senate, special election for seat vacated by Michael Knapik (R)
James Ehrhard – State Senate
Mark Hawke – Mayor of Gardner
Christine Wilson – Mayor of Gardner
Dean Mazzarella – Mayor of Leominster
Large government projects in the past that had difficulty are still with us today such as Social Security and Medicare.
Not every large IT project the federal government has undertaken has been a disaster. A short list from Volokh.com includes: E-Verify and US-Visit among others.
Technical difficulties are not unknown of in the private sector either. Twitter had quite a