Tag Archives: Richard Tisei

In 2009 Paul Loscocco made two contributions to a candidate? Can you guess who they were?

Funny thing public records.  Paul Loscocco’s loyalists often talk about how dastardly a man Richard Tisei is.  Given that isn’t it quite odd to see that one of only two politicians Paul Loscocco donated to, from his political campaign account, in 2009. Lo and behold, it’s Richard Tisei. I’m trying to figure out why the man who would save us…

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The campaign is heating up!

(edited to embed video. – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) Hey Team – Before I jump into my Friday update, I’d like to wish my good friend and running-mate Richard Tisei a Happy 48th Birthday today. Richard and I are working incredibly hard these days all across the Commonwealth to make sure people know that we have the plans to…

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A Governor’s Legacy: Tim Cahill vs. Charlie Baker

On November 18, 2003, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decided Goodridge v. Department of Public Health.  With three of the seven Justices dissenting, the Court held that the denial of marriage licenses to same-sex couples violated the Massachusetts constitution.  Conservatives across the Commonwealth were outraged, and decried the “activist” Justices.  Massachusetts conservatives vowed to overrule Goodridge with a Constitutional amendment.…

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Senate passes $100 million tax as GOP Caucus attempts to rein in Connector Authority

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The Massachusetts Senate Republican Caucus opposed a bill passed by Senate Democrats today that imposes a $100 million tax on hospitals to lower small business health insurance costs while granting greatly expanded powers to the state’s Health Care Connector Authority. Although Democrats insist the new “assessment” on hospitals is not a tax,…

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Had Enough?

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)   Today we’re kicking off our weeklong bus tour of Massachusetts to talk to people about what they’ve had enough of. For us, it’s simple. We’ve had enough of the tax hikes, the broken promises, the insider deals, the special interests controlling what gets done on Beacon Hill, the unwillingness to make…

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