Tag Archives: Democrats

Secretary Galvin, Electoral Precedent is not on Your Side

Yesterday, we learned that Secretary of State William F. Galvin believes that approximately 45,00 residents of Worcester should go without representation for close to a year.  According to Galvin, this should happen because holding a special election in old districts, after new districts have been drawn could prove difficult. Precedence, even in a Presidential election year, is not on the…

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End of Superpower and the Two-Ocean War

Ladies and Gentlmen, The President has quietly declared the end of the American Century and the death of our Superpower status. On a cold day in Washington the President appeared to discuss the budget cuts to the Department of Defense.  One reporter remarked that it was unusual to see the President appear personally in an otherwise routine press conference.  The…

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The INS Isn’t Broken–It’s Been Sabatoged

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) To paraphrase Lily Tomlin, when it comes time to the Obama Administration, I don’t worry that I’m getting cynical.  I worry that I am not getting cynical enough. The Inspector General of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services just issued a report that found that the Obama Administration higher ups have been…

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Holder bets Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act on opposition to photo-ID voting requirements

http://hotair.com/archives/201… Could this open the floodgates on Voter ID laws across the country? For a man who supposedly doesn’t have the faintest clue what his own ATF is doing while bodies pile up in the hundreds in Mexico, thanks to Operation Fast and Furious, Eric Holder is rather busy sticking his nose into the business of states – and perhaps…

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Transgender Bill on the Move, Chairman Sees House Vote This Week

By Kyle Cheney

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, NOV. 14, 2011..A legislative committee has begun polling its members on a long-stalled bill to include transgender residents in the state’s non-discrimination laws, setting up a vote in the House this week, according to a top deputy to Speaker Robert DeLeo. The Judiciary Committee issued a poll Monday afternoon to…

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