Monthly Archives: August 2010

Arne Duncan on Education

A great spot on “This Week”, with education heavyweights with real policy differences talking about the Obama Administration efforts in this area. Superintendent Rhee in Washington has not been afraid to stir the pot vigorously. The Obama Administration has made … Continue reading

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Governor Schwarzenegger on Public Pensions

Same old boring song and dance. Or is it? As everyone begins to fight and claw over a rapidly shrinking economic pie nobody wants to talk about the elephant in the room consuming everything in its path. And that is … Continue reading

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Mass Dems on the Attack

The Massachusetts Democratic Party unveiled a short web video attacking Charlie Baker’s tenure as the CEO of Harvard Pilgrim, highlighting the rate increases for customers and the pay increases for himself that occurred during his time there. While Deval Patrick … Continue reading

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Scott Brown, Faux Pioneer

Governor Sarah Palin, in remarks broadcast on Fox News, correctly points out that while Senators like Scott Brown may be tolerated in Massachusetts, he would never be accepted up there in Alaska, where the pioneering spirit is dominant. And lets … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin Kicks Around Scott Brown

Former Governor Sarah Palin had some choice words for Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown on Fox News yesterday, saying that in places like Alaska folks wouldn’t put up with the “antics” of Scott Brown. Also seemed to agree that Brown has … Continue reading

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Education Dollars to Methuen

Governor Patrick’s education announcement. Methuen will receive $1.8 million in education funding from this federal grant. NEW BEDFORD – Wednesday, August 25, 2010 – Governor Deval Patrick today allocated $204 million from the federal Education Jobs Fund to school districts … Continue reading

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Cahill and Baker Hit the Airwaves

Tim Cahill and Charlie Baker hit the airwaves with new ads in advance of Labor Day, with Baker touting his ability to fix things that are broken, and Cahill talking about his success with the new school building system. Both … Continue reading

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