While I’ve abhorred the soullessness of the Saul Alinsky Left, I’ve always had a grudging respect for the creative tactics they’ve utilized to advance their political agenda. I’m sure some of their members are behind the campaign recently launched by the leftist American Values Network to drive a wedge between libertarians & social conservatives through the use of selective video/audio…Read More »
( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) Dr. Mildred Jefferson has died. The Boston Herald is reporting that one of the early leaders of the state's anti-abortion movement died last night in Cambridge. Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School and a nationally recognized leader of the anti-abortion movement, has died at age 84. Anne…Read More »
A recent study on where political activists obtain their respective ideological fixes online revealed some interesting if not surprising twists: The Economist, for example, is a more effective place to reach self-professed liberals than the Huffington Post, according to the study, which is a surprising conclusion given that the Economist is well known for its libertarian metier and is often…Read More »
Cross-posted at Blue Mass Group. This is an interesting twist. Dr. Robert Bentley won the GOP nomination for governor tonight, beating the establishment candidate. In his web biography, here’s how he describes himself: He is a pro-life, pro-marriage, and pro-second amendment conservative who believes in smaller and more limited government. Bentley is the only Republican candidate for Governor of Alabama…Read More »
After a year-long hiatus, I’ve decided to return to Red Mass Group (RMG) as a regular blogger on all things political. I probably won’t be as active as I was in the past since the reasons which prompted my sabbatical remain in place & continue to take up a lot of my time. However, the political situation across the board…Read More »
The libertarians (under the auspices of the Libertarian Association of Massachusetts Federal PAC) have a SoapBlox of their own. Gold Mass Group.
George Phillies, no Paulist, unleashes scorn upon the GOP and takes different lessons away from the New York-23.
The peculiar election in New York-23, featuring a three way race between candidates of the Democratic, Republican, and Conservative…
I posted this NYT article on another diary earlier, but I think it got lost. The story was on TV tonight. I think this is kind of activity is not healthy respectful pre primary competition and wonder how we would feel if out of town folks came into interfere in our upcoming primary fight? Urged on by leaders like former…Read More »