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Guess Who’s Running for US Senate? (Hint: MA-5, Added Vine. . . )

This just in, posted on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/frank.addivinola Frank Addivinola, born in Malden, working in Boston, is running for US Senate against Ed “Where do I live? Somewhere Maryland” Markey. I was a big supporter of his run for Markey's Congressional seat in the Malden/Medford region last December. http://www.golocalworcester.com/politics/arthur-schaper-gimme-five-addivinola/ Now, he can run against Markey himself. Addivinola has some (no, many!)…

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It’s not too late. We all have things in our lives we take for granted and don’t really appreciate till they are gone. Let me offer a few examples …. Ronald Reagan

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Twinkies

Woolworth’s Department stores

Frank Sinatra

Impartial Newspapers

Roller skating rings

Drive in theaters

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Five Million Pageviews!!!

Sometime early this morning Red Mass Group passed a major milestone.  We began this journey in the winter of 2007 after a loss by Kerry Healey after sixteen years of Republican Governors.  The site was started, by our good friend Patrick, as a place for conservatives, and lurkers, to gather, get news, share ideas and activate.   The milestone we…

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MA Job Creation – “Human Capital” ain’t what it used to be

First, if you aren’t tracking the excellent back-and-forth that Rob Eno is having at Red Mass Group (and elsewhere) with Patrick Administration Secretary of Economic Development Greg Bialecki about the validity (not) of the Administration’s job-creation (not) figures, check it out. It was fascinating even before the release last week of this statistic-and-chart-filled report by Mass Inc., sub-titled “Meeting…

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RMG Sold to Blue Mass Group

(The check bounced. We’ve taken back control. 😉 – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Please join me in welcoming our new Progressive Overlords.  In a move that is somewhat bittersweet, I have decided to sell Red Mass Group to Blue Mass Group.  They seem to have more time to keep the site up to date. David, Bob, and Charley…

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