Former Sen. Mike Knapik’s New Boss Under Microsope Former State Senator Mike Knapik’s new boss is in hot water over lavish spending. Now the Patrick administration is calling on the Westfield State Administration to release spending details. At the direction of Gov. Deval L. Patrick, the state’s top education official Friday expressed concern about travel by Westfield State University President…Read More »
Coalition of Conservatives and Progressives Band to Stop Gambling A Coalition of pro-family and progressive groups have banded together to stop the state’s casino law. Common enemies sure make strange bedfellows. A diverse coalition of public health, municipal, family and religious leaders along with concerned citizens from all walks of life submitted an Initiative Petition today to repeal the law…Read More »
Here are my opinions for the best potential candidates in each district!! (under current districts since we don’t know the change redistricting will have) 1st : John Olver (D) Vs. Mike Knapik 2nd : Richard Neal (D) Vs. Ryan Fattman 3rd : Jim McGovern (D) Vs. Peter Blute 4th : Barney Frank (D) Vs. Sean Bielat 5th : Niki Tsongas…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)
Just came across this article from the Associated Press.
Congratulations to our new Minority Leader, Bruce Tarr.
Mass. Sen. GOP Caucus taps Tarr as minority leader
By Associated Press Saturday, November 27, 2010 – The Massachusetts Senate Republican Caucus has announced that state Sen. Bruce Tarr of Gloucester will be the…
( – promoted by DD4RP) I’ve long thought that it would be a good idea to have municipal buildings fly the state flag beneath our American flag. However, my point here is that it’s sad when our school children do not understand the proper use, display, and general etiquette regarding the Stars & Stripes. Three cheers to the MassGOP State…Read More »