As a follow up to JK’s post on an agenda for the conservative movement in Massachusetts. The Republican Legislative Caucus has finally put their legislative agenda online. It’s good reading, and it includes environmental concerns.…Read More »
An opportunity to meet with area Republican officials in order to discuss grassroots Republican activism.
An Open Meeting and Dialogue to discuss Grassroots GOP Activism
Date: Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Where: Mirasol’s Cafe, 439 State Road, Dartmouth
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free to Attend Expected Guests: Peter Torkildsen, Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman
Thomas Hodgson, Bristol County Sheriff
Marcy Haaland, State…
This press release was just released by the Massachusetts Republican party. I thought it was newsworthy.
Massachusetts Republican Party
85 Merrimac Street, Suite 400 Boston, MA 02114 www.massgop.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brian Dodge March 7, 2007 (617) 523-5005 Massachusetts Republicans File Ethics Complaint AGAINST GOVERNOR PATRICK Boston, MA – Today, the Massachusetts Republican Party submitted a letter…
(JK seems to know the permitting system inside and out, and has some suggestions for correction – promoted by EaBo Clipper) An article on Boston.com briefly discusses how some of our neighbors are tackling this issue. The Rhode Island Builders Association is suing several towns because of the dragged out process of permitting that can kill many projects. I have…Read More »
( – promoted by Cool Cal) Is fear an artificial barrier preventing potential Republican candidates from running for major offices in Massachusetts? Despite the relatively small number of Republicans in this state, there’s no real reason why there shouldn’t be a sizable group of potential challengers for John Kerry’s seat in 2008 (not to mention Deval Patrick’s seat in 2010).…Read More »
On January 18, 2007 David Wedge of the Boston Herald wrote a story about Deval Patrick requiring staffers to go to ethics training to avoid the appearance of impropriety regarding his former companies. In an apparent move to thwart any early-term slipups, Gov. Deval Patrick has put his staff on notice to watch out for possible conflicts with his former…Read More »
I have been trying to square myself with the apparent lack of conservative outrage regarding the conditions at Walter Reed. What has been happening there and at our VA hospitals is negligent at best and borderline criminal at worse. It seems that a lot of people need to answer a lot of questions and fast. It is my opinion that…Read More »