After a holiday hiatus I am back writing on this blog. I apologize for my absence but a holiday season spent debating water and sewer rates made it difficult to get to this blog. Consider this to be an open thread for any and all greetings, insults, or comments on any issue of interest. A Happy and healthy New Year to all.
- My Tweets
- A Look at G-Man J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century
- Seabrook Water and Sewer Reports 2022
- Seabrook Financial Presentation
- Seabrook’s 2023 Warrant
- Remembering David Crosby
- A look at “Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology” by Chris Miller
- A Look at “The Avoidable War” by Kevin Rudd
- A Look at Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, 1941-1942 by Ian Toll
- A Look at “And There Was Light: Abraham Lincoln and the American Struggle” by Jon Meacham
- RIP Christine McVie
- Capital Improvement Plan
- Casino Gaming
- Education Reform
- Electoral Map
- Fifth Congressional
- Health Care Reform
- Manzi in the Morning
- Merrimack Valley Politics
- Methuen City Council
- Methuen Mayor's Race
- Municipal Finance
- National News
- Song of the Week
- State News
- Technology Beat
- Transportation Finance
- U.S. Senate Race
- WCAP Podcast
Let’s celebrate your return to blogdom with a little stretching exercises.
I see where Governor Patric’s promise of residential property tax relief is going the wrong way. Wow, who would have thought!
I wonder if this is what you meant in a previous blog headed “The end is near!-or-With a little help from my friends”.
That makes the Governor one of your friends, I assume. As in “Together we can”.
I can hardly wait until your “friends” get to run the whole show from Washington.
Women and children first!!
I suggest you read January 1st Herald. You might be surprised and pleased at the treatment several legislators were accorded by this “conservative” rag.
Now don’t get excited because the kudos were handed out for the leadership’s adherence to conservative concepts, and their refusal to kowtow to a fellow Democrat (the governor).
But, it does show a “fair and balanced approach”.