Monthly Archives: April 2019

No Sure Things in 2020. (Or Go Mid-West Young Man)

Is it too early to start looking at the 2020 Electoral College Map? In light of some of the predictions I am reading from both Democrats and Republicans I think a good look at the map might sober up many … Continue reading

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Seabrook Goes Paperless for Board of Selectmen Meetings

The Town of Seabrook has gone paperless for Board of Selectmen meetings, allowing us to transmit data, including backup data, to the Board of Selectmen more efficiently, with significantly less staff time, paper, and copying costs for the Town. With … Continue reading

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A look at “The End of the Party: The Rise and Fall of New Labour” by Andrew Rawnsley

The End of the Party: The Rise and Fall of New Labour by Andrew Rawnsley My rating: 5 of 5 stars A terrific, and detailed book, about the second and third terms of “New Labour” led by Tony Blair, and … Continue reading

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