Monthly Archives: January 2011

Health Care Questions

Monday morning, and only time for three observations on municipal health care reform. We have heard some statements on health care reform that on the surface make sense, but upon cursory review just fall apart. Lets look at them. 1) … Continue reading

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Michele Bachmann Makes SNL

Michele Bachmann tries again to deliver her alternative response to the President on Saturday Night Live. You just had to know this was coming.

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The House Shuffles the Deck

Speaker Bob Deleo made major changes in the House leadership yesterday, shuffling the positions of Speaker pro tempore, Majority Leader, and Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. Out as Majority Leader was Rep. Jim Vallee, who was named Chair … Continue reading

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President Obama Stays on Competition Theme

The President talks about what we need to remain a preeminent world power, including a first rate educational system, new investment in upgrading our infrastructure, and a commitment to clean energy that will produce jobs, new industry, and address the … Continue reading

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Nathaniel Connors Wins SOAR Award

Congratulations to Nathaniel Connors, who was recognized with the December 2010 SOAR Award. METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL S.O.A.R. AWARD Nathaniel Connors . 11/16/10 METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL- Social Studies Scott and Janet Connors Methuen, MA 01844 Honors: Currently enrolled in four Advanced … Continue reading

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Rahm Makes the Ballot

Rahm Emanuel, after having been bounced off the ballot (for Mayor of Chicago) by an Illinois court, has been restored to the ballot by the Illinois Supreme Court. Rahm has led this race from the start, and is positioned to … Continue reading

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The President on You Tube

You Tube got the first post State of the Union address interview with President Obama. Here is the President answering those questions.

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