Scott Brown and Ed Markey seem to be mixed up about what house they serve in. Representatives are expected to stay closely in touch with their local constituents and serve their concerns first, while Senators are expected to put their state’s interests aside and serve the national interests. Senators aren’t supposed to be on the plane every weekend. Markey has…Read More »
Lynnfield, MA – Richard Tisei, candidate for Congress in Massachusetts’ 6th Congressional District, today announced he had received the endorsement of U.S. Senator Scott Brown. “I’ve known Richard Tisei for 25 years as both a friend and a colleague in the State Senate,” said Brown. “We need more independent-minded fighters like him in our delegation if we’re going to get…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Many speak about a broken Washington, DC, that cries for new leadership. The CLASS Act is living proof of the problems that plague Washington, and why it is time for change in Congress. The CLASS Act (“Community Living Assistance Services and Supports”) was passed as part of ObamaCare and hailed as a…Read More »
If either the US Senate’s Protect IP Act (PIPA) or the US House’s Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) become law, political blogs such as Red Mass Group (RMG) & Blue Mass Group (BMG) will cease to exist. The congressional anti-piracy bill, if passed, would not be content to “censor” & “criminalize” the internet. It would kill it. So says…Read More »
(Welcome to RMG Richard – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I wanted to share with the RMG community our recent video from the campaign kickoff last week in Wakefield. We are recruiting volunteers to join our campaign to win in the 6th Congressional District. Please sign up here to join our team and thank you to all of…Read More »
TIME FOR REGULATION ROLL BACK
By: Edward P. Shallow Let me quote briefly from Michael Savage’s best selling book, “Trickle up Poverty” in chapter 6, The Late Great Climate Scam, Savage makes the point, and I quote:…
Washington journalist Helen Thomas abruptly retired from her position as a columnist for Hearst News Service, according to the Associated Press, due to “remarks she made about Israel that were denounced by the White House and her press corps colleagues.” The denunciations were bipartisan and the anger by most of her colleagues over her comments was genuine. Goodbye, Helen.…Read More »
(Is the Scott Brown Coalition already dead? Interesting questions and concerns over the unhappy activist base and their relationship with the Baker/Tisei ticket. Where will they go? Do social cons really have anywhere to go this gubernatorial election? What about libertarians? Should they just throw their token support behind the gubernatorial nominee or focus on legislative races? Oh, and what…Read More »
So several people are out having fun in a massive blizzard throwing snowballs at each other. They’re at a deserted intersection and one of their snowballs hits a Hummer.
If you were driving the Hummer how would you react?
A. Ignore it because it’s a snowball
B. Roll down the window and yell something at those damn kids. Damn kids…
Since returning from DC I’ve been going through my notes and memory cards. I will be uploading some things in the next few days.
The most anticipated speakers on the second day of CPAC were Texas Congressman Ron Paul and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. The ballrooms were filled to maximum capacity for both events and spilled into several overflow…