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Required reading for those engaging with Keynesians

The next time you argue economics with a liberal Democrat bring up this article. http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2014/11/26/the-myth-of-the-keynesian-multiplier/ The scientific method is how we come to better understand how the world works. It is as true in economics as it is in physics or any other science. Develop a new theory and run an experiment to see if it explains and predicts better…

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Frank Addivinola Finally Gets to Debate Katherine Clark

From the Malden Observer With less than a week to go before a special election, congressional candidates Katherine Clark, Democratic state senator of Melrose, and Republican Frank Addivinola of Boston are set for their first televised debate.

New England Cable News announced Thursday morning that Clark and Addivinola will debate at 3 p.m. Friday and the cable channel will air…

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Special MA Congress election this Tuesday. Pro-family Republican being snubbed by GOP Establishment

I received this email from MassResistance, which is run by Republican Ward 4 Ward Committeeman Brian Camenker, former President of the Newton Taxpayers Association Ho – hum. Another day, another pro-family Republican congressional candidate being thrown under the bus by the GOP establishment. But this time it’s especially upsetting because this is a special election — next Tuesday, Dec. 10…

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Frank Addivinola’s Fundraiser

Fundraiser in support of Frank Addivinola for Congress Thursday, November 21, 6:30 – 8:30pm The Chateau Restaurant, 195 School St, Waltham Please join us to support the campaign and hear from special guests, including Howie Carr who will be signing his books available for purchase. Hors d’oeuvres & cash bar RSVP encouraged: info@frankaddivinola.com Donate at www.FrankAddivinola.com Checks payable to The…

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BHI releases 11th annual state competitiveness index: MA back on top

BOSTON – (March 1, 2012) Massachusetts regained the top spot on the 11th Annual Beacon Hill Institute’s State Competitiveness Report. Last year the Bay State ranked third behind Colorado and North Dakota, which finished first last year. Longstanding strengths in human resources, technology and openness buoyed Massachusetts. The BHI competitiveness index is based on a set of 44 indicators divided…

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