Tag Archives: politics

Get yourselves out of this rut, Republicans

The Democrats are in a rut where the answer to most problems is government or some quasi-government program. I once made a list for them of the great things I could think up in a minute that government hadn’t made: music

art

ipods

sports

dogs

kids This is an area which I have recently read described as the space between…

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Encouraging new businesses

I am happy to report that in 2012, both political parties are on the side of “small businesses.”  Republicans want tax breaks for these organizations while Democrats exclude them from most tax-raising schemes.  This is a good thing. Both parties want small businesses to succeed, yet unfortunately, most of them will fail.  At the same time, many of our politicians…

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Encouraging new businesses

I am happy to report that in 2012, both political parties are on the side of “small businesses.”  Republicans want tax breaks for these organizations while Democrats exclude them from most tax-raising schemes.  This is a good thing. Both parties want small businesses to succeed, yet unfortunately, most of them will fail.  At the same time, many of our politicians…

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Cavaretta Press Release Addresses Attacks From MA Democrats

MAYNARD- Candidate for the MA State Senate Dean Cavaretta (R-Stow) has issued the following statement showcasing the utter desperation of MA Democratic Party Communications Manager, Kevin Franck to try and link comments Cavaretta made in an online live chat appearance, with the silly assertion that Dean somehow claimed the endorsement of President Bill Clinton.   At noontime, earlier today, Dean…

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Money in Politics – a skeptical view of campaign finance reform

In 1960 Thomas C. Schelling, Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland and Lucius N. Littauer Professor of Political Economy, Emeritus at Harvard University, and co-recipient of the 2005 Nobel Prize in Economics, published a profound little book entitled: “The Strategy of Conflict.” The book, inspired in large part by the Cold War and the impending nuclear doom of…

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