Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Massachusetts GOP: Voice, Values, Votes

Indiana Congressman, short-term Presidential candidate, and now Governor of the Hoosier state Mike Pence defined himself as follows: “I am a Christian first, a conservative second, and a Republican third. I break down these affiliations as follows: voice, values, and vote Voice, or identity, comes first. Who we are defines and influences everything else in our lives. How we define…

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Five Things: Spilka Not Fooling Many, Lyons on Sad Remy Case, Welfare $ > than job and more…

Karen Spilka’s sudden conversion is being taken with grain of salt The business community and media are taking Karen Spilka’s sudden conversion against the tech tax with a grain of salt. You may remember, Red Mass Group reported that Spilka voted six times for the software tax. First up is a story by the new managing editor at the Boston…

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Why is Massachusetts, of all places, requesting waivers from the ACA/Obamacare?

(Very good question. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The Obama administration’s recent decision to postpone enforcement of the employer mandate, a key provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and the House’s recent vote to delay both the employer mandate and the individual mandate (with 35 Democrats joining most Republicans in supporting delay of the employer mandate, and…

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