MA Taxes force John Kerry’s business out of state.

My name’s John Forbes Kerry, I’m in Rhode Island, and I drive a yacht.

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Sen. John Kerry, who has repeatedly voted to raise taxes while in Congress, dodged a whopping six-figure state tax bill on his new multimillion-dollar yacht by mooring her in Newport, R.I…. Cash-strapped Massachusetts still collects a 6.25 percent sales tax and an annual excise tax…

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A Governor’s Legacy: Tim Cahill vs. Charlie Baker

On November 18, 2003, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decided Goodridge v. Department of Public Health.  With three of the seven Justices dissenting, the Court held that the denial of marriage licenses to same-sex couples violated the Massachusetts constitution.  Conservatives across the Commonwealth were outraged, and decried the “activist” Justices.  Massachusetts conservatives vowed to overrule Goodridge with a Constitutional amendment.…

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Police Unions to back Cahill

In today’s Boston Globe. Tim Cahill gained the endorsement of a number of “Police Organizations.”  This will do doubt help the Treasurer’s campaign as he gains both earned media coverage and organizational support.  It should also serve to remind us of why Tim Cahill has been a Democrat for so long. When we hear names like “Massachusetts Municipal Police…

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Scott Brown and the Public Employee Unions

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Scott Brown may soon have the opportunity to prove that Charlie Baker is the only politician in Massachusetts willing to stand up to public employee unions. http://redmassgroup.com/diary/…  Brown is a supporter of the misnamed Public Safety Employer-Employee Cooperation Act which would force the 21 states that limit collective bargaining by public employee…

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