Keith was asked yesterday what his position was on the proposed mosque that would be located near Ground Zero in NYC. Unlike Stephen Lynch and the rest of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation, Keith is not afraid to come out and tell us what he thinks. Some people may not always agree with Keith Lepor, but at least we will always…Read More »
( – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) This article by Michael Stopa, candidate for Congress in MA-3, examines what the effect of the stimulus has been on private investment. In his analysis, this is not a double dip recession, but “a single deepening recession with the mirage of recovery in the middle from a spike of largely useless spending” article…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The non stop barrage of bad news for Deval simply wont give up. A recent Boston Globe article detailed how the struggling solar company Evergreen Solar recently gave its CEO a enormous bonus despite the comany's servere financial troubles. The company clarified that the payout was not in return for the CEOs…Read More »
( – promoted by Garrett Quinn) In “Manufacturing In Massachusetts: The Forgotten Industry” gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker listens to the concerns of local manufacturers and small businesses about the future of the Commonwealth. Through these discussions, he learns of a litany of instances in which state government has failed to meet its obligation to the industries which create jobs and…Read More »
I was listening to “Face the Nation” today and learned that not even Democrats are buying the line that we need a second stimulus, a refrain coming mostly from left-wing academics. Michigan Senator Carl Levin balked when asked on “Face the Nation” if he would support a second stimulus — saying that the federal government ought to turn to the…Read More »
Don Luskin takes the New York Times to task for putting gloss on a puttering economy. The new narrative, delivered in incoherent style by the likes of VP Joe Bide is that the economy would have been worse without the nearly $800 billion stimulus package.
The stimulus remains the fulcrum of the we-can’t-let-a-crisis pass without expanding crony government.