Tag Archives: Deval

Where’s Gov. Patrick? As drug lab scandal breaks out, Governor is AWOL says Peter Lucas, MUST-READ!

Today’s required reading comes from the estimable Lowell Sun columnist, Peter Lucas.

When Patrick is in the state, he has the shortest workweek of any governor in memory, usually wrapping things up early so he can spend a long weekend at his estate in Richmond in the Berkshires, or campaigning for Obama. If he is not around, Lt. Gov. Tim…

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A Nation of Laws

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) By Jeff Semon – Candidate for U.S. Congress MA7 – Please visit www.jeffin2012.com for more information “America is a nation of laws, not men.” We often hear this phrase from politicians and pundits alike when they discuss the issue of illegal immigration. In 1993, Rudy Giuliani was elected Mayor of New York…

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Precinct report: Sen. Tisei hits ground running on home turf

Senator Richard Tisei cast his vote today at the Crystal Community Club just a hour or so after polls opened. True to his style he greeted a small army of poll workers and supporters outside the Wakefield polling station which includes his home precinct, Precinct 3. Voting appeared to be heavy at this suburban location. Just minutes before 7 a.m.…

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Best debate ever

This is sort of a test, I got a new computer and have had trouble finding my way back to RMG. Thanks Rob for responding to my email.

Thought this was an excellent debate, gave viewers a chance to see the candidates as I’ve been seeing them over time. Charlie was strong,  what I’ve been expecting since I first hoped…

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Nate Silver and FiveThirtyEight’s Calculus on Baker v. Patrick v. Cahill

(I agree FiveThirtyEight is one of the best left leaning blogs.  I don’t always agree with their conclusions, but they usually make good arguments and provide actual empirical evidence to back up their claims.  Overall, Nate Silver does a good job. – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) I have been following FiveThirtyEight for quite a while now. It’s a polling/statistics…

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