Tag Archives: Election

Evaluating the MA-GOP’s Demands for “Party Unity”

Last year, my State Committeewoman Lisa Barstow put on her Facebook page that she wanted to hear from fellow Republicans from Brookline, Newton and Wellesley [precincts A,C,D,E, and H] what’s working, what’s not, how is the GOP going to see victory in 2014. In the wake of the state party’s officers demanding “party unity” from the base while defending what…

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2014 Election- Massachusetts Candidates (February Edition)

(Welcome back MM – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) It’s that time of year again. February marks the start of the regular candidates filing period, and the GOP is fresh off another Campaign Training session. It’s still early, but the GOP has already publicly landed candidates for 67 legislative districts, and is slightly ahead of the pace at this…

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A more up to date Candidate needed for Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

(And you will have one! – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) A more up to date Candidate in needed for Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The current Secretary has been late with detailed Annual Reports… no Annual Report available yet for 2012-2013. Difficult to navigate, the Secretary’s website at http://mass.gov/sec for Offices, Divisions needs an update, needs to…

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Making the MassGOP Relevant

Watching the Valley Patriot debate it was evident that the two key candidates in the race had clearly different styles and approaches. Kirsten Hughes’ background as a trained lawyer, MassGOP staffer, campaign leader and city council woman are solid credentials to take a leadership role in a campaign. Just the way she did during Scott Brown’s losing campaign for Senator.…

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Warren’s radical voucher plan

One of the most enduring paradoxes in the American ethos is the way that Americans simultaneously regard higher education with reverence while viewing intellectuals with suspicion. American anti-intellectualism is based in the notion that the universities in which our greatest thinkers thrive are singularly free from the practical tests of real-world viability that are needed in order for great thoughts…

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