Three weeks ago, when Michelle Malkin first broke the immigration flights to Hanscom Story, I sent a public records request to Alec Loftus, the press secretary at Deval Patrick’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services. I asked for specific information about the administrations cooperation with ICE on these flights and the social services then extended to these illegal immigrants.…Read More »
In an Email, Ed Martin, the chair of the Missouri Republican Party has called for an investigation into the Mississippi runoff election and alleged illegal, and race baiting, activities by Cochran supporters and possibly the NRSC.
Here is that email:
We should sweep clean anyone in our party involved with these wretched ads.
In 1999, I had the…
It is amazing what standing on principle will do. In yesterday’s Boston Globe conservative columnist Jeff Jacoby praised the eight Republicans who voted against the budget. BY VOTES so lopsided they were practically unanimous, 144-7 in the House and 38-1 in the Senate, the Massachusetts Legislature last week approved a $36.5 billion budget for fiscal 2015, the largest in state…Read More »
Here are some web graphics you may want to share to commemorate the Hobby Lobby Victory.
As I sit here looking at the Northumberland Strait – I can see Nova Scotia from my window – and gearing up to celebrate Canada Day in Charlottetown, PEI, I wanted to share with you the link between Massachusetts and the Canadian National Anthem, O’ Canada. Wikipedia says how the melody to the current Canadian National Anthem came about. To…Read More »
Yesterday, Jim Lyons (R-Andover) and Marc Lombardo (R-Billerica) outlined seven major reasons they voted against the DeLeo-Jones FY15 Budget. They were two of seven representatives that did so. Later in the afternoon the Senate took up the budget bill. Senator Bob Hedlund (R-Weymouth) was the only Senator to vote against the out of control spending legislation. Voting for the legislation…Read More »
The Massachusetts House of Representatives just voted on the FY 2015 Conference Committee Jones-DeLeo Budget. Seven Republican Members voted against higher spending and the Democratic blueprint for Massachusetts. They are:
Leah Cole (R-Peabody)
Geoff Diehl (R-Whitman)
Shawn Dooley (R-Norfolk)
Ryan Fattman (R-Webster)
Marc Lombardo (R-Billerica)
Jim Lyons (R-Andover)
Lenny Mirra (R-Newbury) Take the time to call or email these seven…