The news came in this morning from CLT in a press release: Taxpayer champion Barbara Anderson dies at 73 Citizens for Limited Taxation announces with deep sadness the passing of Barbara C. Anderson on April 8, 2016. Barbara was 73 and had been battling leukemia for several months. For the past forty years Barbara Anderson was a relentless advocate for…Read More »
Citizens for Limited Taxation, the renown anti-tax group, has no qualms about placing the blame for the budget deficit where it lies — on former Governor Deval Patrick. From today’s release: CLT applauds Gov. Baker’s gentlemanly declining to mention the former governor by name as he addresses his leaving a huge budget gap for this fiscal year – and we’re…Read More »
(This event is tonight at 6PM. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Please join Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, Citizens for Limited Taxation and the Greater Boston Tea Party for a panel discussion on October 22nd with Michael Tanner, Senior Fellow from the Cato Institute. Mr. Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on health…Read More »
Please join Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, Citizens for Limited Taxation and the Greater Boston Tea Party for a panel discussion on October 22nd with Michael Tanner, Senior Fellow from the Cato Institute. Mr. Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on health care reform, social welfare policy, and Social Security. Mr. Tanner will discuss his…Read More »
(On the mend and on the move!
– promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) released their “Rich States, Poor States” ranking today for 2013. Massachusetts, for the 3rd year in a row, shows a decline according to ALEC’s rankings. To read ALEC’s rankings, follow this link: link Read a press statement from Massachusetts…
Imagine governing by polling, Gov. Deval Patrick does. In making a pitch for more taxes, his favorite pasttime, Deval overlooked the irony. He told reporters that the public is with him on raising taxes on soda and other items because he checked a couple of polls. In his plea, Governor Patrick conveniently omitted the reality-based poll that really matters: the…Read More »
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