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I was a nasty afternoon for 27 Democratic staffers let go by Speaker Bob DeLeo who said he needed to trim the House’s payroll. This is very interesting. Were any GOP staffers whacked? The irrepressible Hilary Chabot has the goods on the blood-letting and not all the Dems are happy. House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo doled out political pink slips…Read More »
(What’s that? At home on Saturday Night reading RMG with nothing to do? Sign up to Dump Tisei! – promoted by Cool Cal) On Nov. 24, 2009, Charlie Baker made a personal decision that could affect not only his political future, but the future of the Republican Party in Massachusetts. Mr. Baker chose Sen. Richard Tisei (R-Wakefield) as his running…Read More »
A libertarian conservative of the first rank and a delight to read on any subject, William Safire has shed his mortal coil. I hope he does not mind the use of the cliche. He was a college dropout and proud of it, a public relations go-getter who set up the famous Nixon-Khrushchev “kitchen debate” in Moscow, and a White House…Read More »
The revolution begins with one step in front of the Sumner and Callahan Tunnels. The anti-toll revolution is here! Text your ideas to Michael Steele, candidate for RNC chair. Even a broken clock is right twice a day: Margery Eagan on Deval Patrick. Tyler Cowan, always on a must-read list, on the New Deal's shortcomings. How to really…Read More »
You may not agree with Mark Mellman’s piece in the New York Times today but the center-right shouldn’t ignore his message.
For more than 25 years, three core questions have animated our political discourse:
• What should be the role of government?
• Should moral absolutism or moral relativism guide our actions?
• Should our foreign policy primarily pursue unilateral…
(Can someone please Barack he’s not the President… – promoted by Cool Cal) In what can only be described as a self serving plot to secure his own presidential victory , Barack Obama pleaded with Iraqi government officials to delay U.S. troop withdrawals until after the November elections. Today’s New York Post reports: While campaigning in public for a…Read More »