The 2016 Republican State Committee schedule has been set. 1/20/2016 – Wednesday – 7pm – Q1 State Committee Meeting, Newton Marriott (Snow date 1/27/16) 4/2/2016 – Saturday – 11am-3pm – Q2 State Committee Meeting (Organization – Election of Officers) 5/25/2016 – Wednesday – 7pm – Q2 State Committee Meeting (Election of at-large delegates) 9/14/2016 – Wednesday – 7pm – Q3…Read More »
I am pleased to announce that late last year, ownership of RMG was transferred from longtime Editor Rob Eno to an ownership group led by me, Republican State Committeeman Steve Aylward. I want to thank Rob for his many years of hard work helping to keep Massachusetts Republican politics in the forefront. As the new Editor, I hope to continue…Read More »
Sure he’s crass. He’s rude. He embarrasses himself on many occasions. And likely the most prominent reason he and his wife stay together is because they are both in love with the same man. But with the exception of maybe Ted Cruz, Trump is the only prominent national Republican who consistently displays the courage to fire back unapologetically at Hillary…Read More »
Warren Buffet is outspoken in his tax policy views, which earns him praise from fellow liberals. But Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway always acts in its self-interest when it comes to corporate profits and protecting its turf. Case in point: Nevada’s rejection of solar subsidies for net-metering. In this battle, wunderkind Elon Musk loses to Warren Buffet, who does the “right”…Read More »
Waging wars comes with a cost to individual liberty. From the American Enterprise Institute…Read More »
Trump will win the Republican nomination. That’s my only prediction which leaves lots of other unanswered questions… Who will win the presidency? Will the GOP retain Leah Cole’s seat? Hedlund’s? Brock Holt? Will the Mass GOP engage in more costly shenanigans? Will Baker successfully purge the Mass GOP of conservatives? Will this usher in an era…Read More »
Wishing everyone a happy Christmas season. Let’s make 2016 memorable! …Read More »
Republican State Committee Candidates Republican State Committee races will be more contested than ever in 2016. Of the 80 seats, only 10 Statecommitteeman seats, and 16 Statecommitteewoman seats are unchallenged, meaning that there will be 54 contested races. Attached is a roster of candidates, by district. …Read More »
Will religious liberty survive in Massachusetts?
mentioned: @MAFamilyInst The Argument: Should the president be chosen by popular vote?
mentioned: @RepDooley Harvard reverses course on “placemats for social justice”
link: http://bit.ly/1ULmwrv Camargo, Lyons exchange barbs
mentioned: @RepJimLyons Lawmakers are worried about privacy with new tolling system
mentioned: @RepGeoffDiehl Chappa-Quit-It
(BOSTON- December 16, 2015) The Beacon Hill Institute is pleased to offer its revenue forecast for Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 and (FY) 2017.
BHI predicts that tax revenues will be:
* $25.9 billion in FY 2016, 4% over FY 2015, and
* $27.4 billion in FY 2017, 5.6% over FY 2016. The 4% increase for FY 2016 and the 5.6%…