Monthly Archives: February 2012

Dan Winslow Takes on the Utilities

Republican Rep. Dan Winslow has managed to make a strong mark in his tenure as a State Representative, filing some pretty good legislation and utilizing strong social media skills to make sure his point of view is known. Although I … Continue reading

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Romney Limping to Michigan Lead

Mitt Romney, the man Republicans love to hate, has been once again blessed by an opponent who can’t seem to stay out of the dung pile. Rick Santorum, who held a commanding Michigan lead over Romney a very short time … Continue reading

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Vertical Response Email List

Please sign up to receive an email newsletter from me that will contain plenty of good (and maybe some surprising) information. I will start sending the newsletter fairly soon, and it will deal with news, politics, and may even serve … Continue reading

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Interview with Elizabeth Warren

I sat in on the Nancy Greenwood show on WCAP on Wednesday, and had the opportunity to talk with Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren. We talked about Washington, the plight of the middle class, money in politics, the … Continue reading

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Song of the Week- Sounds of Silence

Happy President’s Day! The great Simon and Garfunkel at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame doing “The Sounds of Silence”. Garfunkel still an unbelievable vocalist.

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Shoot the Messenger!

The new Suffolk Senate poll is out (posted on it this weekend) and the grumbling has already started about Suffolk and David Paleologos. The poll shows Scott Brown with a nine point lead, and of course Paleologos is now being … Continue reading

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The Detroit Breakdown?

Mitt Romney has to be scratching his head (wonder if he can do that without mussing) about his predicament as he heads into next weeks big primary in Michigan. Most of the recent polling has him behind Rick Santorum in … Continue reading

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Latest Suffolk Senate Poll

David Paleologos and Suffolk have released a new survey on the Massachusetts Senate race, showing Senator Scott Brown leading Elizabeth Warren by nine points, 49% to 40%. Recent polling has had Elizabeth Warren holding slight leads, but Scott Brown has … Continue reading

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U.S. Intervention in Auto Markets: Numbers and Politics

The U.S. Government’s intervention in the domestic auto market, via their direct assistance to American automakers General Motors and Chrysler in 2009, is receiving some real attention now that we have some results to look at. That attention, with the … Continue reading

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Municipal Health Care Review

The Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, headed by Michael Widmer, has released an analysis of the impacts of the newly enacted municipal health care bill. I had a chance to talk about it this week on WCAP, and it is in the … Continue reading

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