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Menino Neutral in Warren vs. Brown

(ruh roh – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Mayor Menino was on WBZ this morning and it looks like the Mayor is not sure who he will support for the US Senate race this fall. I’m pretty sure the Mayor is going to be in big trouble with his Democratic friends as this race is crucial for control of…

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Beaty Asks Governor Patrick, Murray & Others, To Sign ‘Taxpayer Protection Pledge’

For social justice reasons, and simply as one of the tens of thousands of registered voters and citizens of this Commonwealth, I am writing to openly, respectfully and impartially call upon Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, Senate President Therese Murray, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, State Senator Dan Wolf, as well as all federal, state, county & municipal public office incumbents and…

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Ron Beaty says that all Massachusetts political candidates should sign Taxpayer Protection Pledge

WEST BARNSTABLE, MA – January 16, 2012 – While continuing to research the process of obtaining a presidential pardon, and still essentially only contemplating a run for Barnstable County Commissioner later this year, Cape Cod citizen activist, Ron Beaty, Jr. declared today that he staunchly believes that all federal, state, county & municipal public office incumbents and candidates in Massachusetts…

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Good Morning Conservative Grassroots

Take a moment to watch this “Morning Joe” clip Dan Allie shared on FB: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v… It’s almost like Presidential Candidate Buddy Roemer directs his criticism toward those in the shadows around the top tier of the MA GOP. Roemer raises striking parallels and similarities. Substitute his use of the terms “special interests”, “K Street”, “something sticks”, et al., with terms…

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Government Power Grab on Beacon Hill

Election Laws Committee to Take Up H.B. 1830 An Act Relative to Stripping the People of Their Constitutional Authority to Remedy a Corrupted Government & Disenfranchise Citizens OK, so that’s not the official title of the bill, but nevertheless, the Joint Committee on Election Laws will hold a public hearing Wednesday, March 23rd at 1:30 pm in Hearing Room B-1…

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