Yesterday, while cohosting Herald Radio with Adriana Cohen, Matt Stout joined us to discuss the pay raise reports. Take a listen.…Read More »
From today's Boston Herald: Now being litigated in federal court is a case that threatens to wipe out, with a stroke of the pen, $2.5 billion in investments in what is intended to become the Cape Wind power project. For more than 10 years, Cape Wind has been trying to build 130 wind turbines in Nantucket Sound against intense…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)
Tomorrow 1 December 2014
Lir Restaurant 903 Boylston St, Boston, Massachusetts
at 7:30pm – 9:30pm Just How Screwed Up Are We Economically?
(& Christmas Sweater Contest) Please join us for an open discussion regarding the true state of the economy with our friends at the Boston Austrian Economics Group. As this is…
Representative Geoff Diehl (R-Whitman) has threatened to shut down any informal session that looks to grant legislators and constitutional officers pay raises. In informal session it only takes one legislator objection to shut down the whole session. Because of this Bob DeLeo has not brought the pay increases to the floor. Now there are Democrats who are openly…Read More »
Last week I commented on a Facebook post, about the flu, by Boston Children’s Hospital with the following. Just don’t take your kid to Children’s for treatment. They have a history of stealing children for psychiatric treatment. #freejustina Over the past few days I’ve noticed that I’ve been banned from commenting on their posts. Then they had the hubris to…Read More »
From Jay Fitz’s piece in today’s Boston Business Journal. Gov.-elect Charlie Baker’s choice as the state’s new budget chief is winning praise as a fiscal disciplinarian and someone who knows the ins and outs of state government’s byzantine financial structure. Baker, who takes office as governor in January, has selected Kristen Lepore as his future secretary of administration and finance,…Read More »
(36… – promoted by Paul R. Ferro)
From the Herald:
HANOVER – A race for the Massachusetts House of Representatives has been decided nearly three weeks after the election when the incumbent conceded.
Democrat Rhonda Nyman conceded Sunday to Republican challenger David DeCoste in the 5th Plymouth District race.
More from the Patriot-Ledger:
DeCoste said he received a…