Jill Ellisa is an experimental musician, abstract artist, small business owner, and self-described “bleeding heart liberal”. She’ll be my guest tonight at 7:00 for a live episode of The Conversation. We’re going to try to bridge the partisan divide. I can’t guarantee it won’t get contentious, but I promise to go in with an open mind. Hope you guys enjoy!…Read More »
It’s a dumb tactic to score The Donald with embodying some nefarious “New York values,” but Ted Cruz intentionally sent a high pitch signal to flyover country. Iowa are you listening? Maybe not. These kinds of comments invite all kinds of foolishness that stray from the substantive issues at hand. In turn, should we begin excoriating “Texas” values now, whatever…Read More »
Clinton, Sanders, Webb, O’Malley, and Chaffee are nobody’s ideas of small-government crusaders, but they got some things right. Source: The DemDebate Clarified That Many Libertarian Views Have Gone Mainstream – Hit & Run : Reason.com Maybe on the social issues side. Definitely not on the economics side. The libertarian moment has not arrived in any of the two major parties…Read More »
From the Malden Observer
With less than a week to go before a special election, congressional candidates Katherine Clark, Democratic state senator of Melrose, and Republican Frank Addivinola of Boston are set for their first televised debate.
New England Cable News announced Thursday morning that Clark and Addivinola will debate at 3 p.m. Friday and the cable channel will air…
Tonight’s debate at 6pm on Broadside with Jim Braude is the only televised debate of this race. It’s true that I’ve referred to this debate as their second debate, but that’s only the case if one counts the Fox debate between Frank Addivinola and an empty chair reserved for Katherine Clark. Since at least the middle of November, the…Read More »