Movement conservatives in Massachusetts and elsewhere are mourning the death of John O’Mara who led the Northborough Tea Party. He died one month shy of his 80th birthday according to reports. A regular Friday Morning Meeting attendee, John, a conviction conservative, will certainly be missed. Details will be forthcoming but email communication among John’s friends and fellow activists suggests John’s…Read More »
In a 2010 interview with Boston Globe guest columnist Yvonne Abraham, Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker claimed to be “to the left of Barack Obama” on social issues. Well. Some aggressive progressives are deeply disappointed with their President, claiming that he has played centrist on so many issues. Such is the fate of every ideologue once he takes a leadership…Read More »
The leftist analog to the TP? “In New York, the populist Left takes up its pitchforks against Cuomo”
Exceptionally interesting. In New York, the populist Left takes up its pitchforks against Cuomo | WashingtonExaminer.com.…Read More »
The answer is given to us by NECN’s final primary debate between Mark Fisher and Charlie Baker.
http://www.necn.com/news/polit… The debate is short and doesn’t cover many issues, but certain things become abundantly clear in just that short time. Disagree with Mark Fisher all you want, at least he’s able to take a take a stand. Charlie Baker takes both…
For election year 2014, Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel threw all into unseating a decades-old Establishment GOP incumbent in Mississippi. McDaniel was a favored candidate not just of his candor, but for his respect for opponent Thad Cochran. McDaniel outlined his plan not to get along to go along in Washington. Frustrated with the tepid decisions of the incumbent to…Read More »