(Slower/Weaker – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) A new report by the Warren Group (no relation to that Senate candidate who won’t take a stand on this issue), shows that in Massachusetts last month foreclosures were up 41% over a year ago. http://www.boston.com/Boston/b… They report almost 1,400 foreclosures last month, that’s 46 families a day – and what…Read More »
I can’t believe no one has brought up this story yet, but Christy Mihos – the man who first helped elect Deval Patrick by running away from the Republican party, is now seeking ‘treatment’ for his ‘addiction to porn stars and prostitutes’. He says he has a sex addiction. Christy is also accused of allegedly threatening to…Read More »
(Because deep fried Chicken Nuggets are way more healthy than Turkey and cheese on wheat. Jamie Oliver was way ahead of this story a few years ago. Showing how government regulations on food are unhealthy. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) In another classic example of big government liberal craziness, in North Carolina a child’s school lunch was inspected…Read More »
well you must have seen it by now the MBTA has proposed increasing fares of at least 35% across the board. It gets more interesting than that as there are two proposals on the table, one of the proposals also eliminates weekend trips on commuter rail altogether. And both proposals completely eliminate the ferry service which operates in Hingham, Hull,…Read More »
Everyone keeps talking about the wonders of the Dem Party turnout machine.
I guess my question is, has anyone looked at the numbers to see exactly where this turnout machine succeeded – and if it did everywhere?
Here are some numbers (more to come later).
City of Boston
Turnout 2010 – 358,953
Turnout 2006 – 346,919
(Wow. Even Matthews thinks its over for @votedeval – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Did Chris Matthews just make a prediction on the Mass Gov’s race?…Read More »
(Tim, Tim ione more lie. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I just heard on the radio, on Tom and Todd that Cahill said that he never raised taxes as a city councilor. Odd. As a Quincy city councilor, Cahill voted to raise taxes – it’s really as simple as that. In 1997, Quincy’s Mayor Proposed A 2.5…Read More »