In a speech tailor-made for centrists, Governor Charles D. Baker delivered his first State of the State address with modesty and zeal on the issues marking his year in office: MBTA, DCF, opiod abuse, and charter schools. Make no mistake, the gravity of this agenda has shifted away from the majority party; one need not look any further than the…Read More »
I’m reposting my comments from http://redmassgroup.com/di… because I think that the hypocrisy of State Rep Sheila Harrington,R 617-722-2305 firstname.lastname@example.org in co-sponsoring a bill with , Linda Dean Campbell, D 617-722-2305 to put the “best interests of the child first” flies in the face of everything she has said, and not done to Free Justina. We are used to hypocrisy from…Read More »
The story about Justina Pelletier is gaining more attention around the country. It is an outrage for any state facility to withhold custody of a child from her lawful parents, especially after fourteen months with no proof of wrongdoing or misconduct to justify permanent guardianship. Please visit and share this story about the Justina Case on Go Local Worcester: http://www.golocalworcester.co……Read More »
Left leaning publications are starting to come out of the woodwork to advocate for the Pelletier Family. This includes Rachel Larimore, the Managing Editor of Slate.com. In the article she recounts for the Slate readers what has happened in the case. The final paragraph though is where the meat is. Apparently the Pelletiers can be difficult people-they have yelled…Read More »
What has happened in Massachusetts over the past week and a half with Justina Pelletier and her family, shows that sunlight is the best disinfectant. For over a year, the parents of Justina Pelletier had lost the right to make medical decisions for their child. After Justina was transferred from Tufts Medical Center to Children’s Hospital, following her doctor,…Read More »
State Representatives Ryan Fattman (R-Webster), and Leah Cole (R-Peabody) circulated a letter to their colleagues in the House of Representatives which called for embattled Department of Children and Families Commissioner Olga Roche to resign. Twenty two of their fellow representatives signed on, and the letter was delivered to the Governor yesterday. Eight Democrats joined sixteen Republicans in signing the letter.…Read More »
Earlier today on Boston Herald Radio. State Representative Leah Cole called on DCF commissioner Olga Roche to resign over questions about her leadership. You can hear her interview after the jump (sound autoloads).