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Archive for January, 2009

Tweeting the Governor

I got an email Friday that Governor Deval Patrick was going to visit the CIC (a bit more on the CIC).  I knew the governor was on Twitter (I was one of the first 25 people to follow him @massgovernor).  So, I sent him a tweet and asked him to stop by!  I wasn’t the only […]

Don’t Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out

DiMasi is resigning as speaker and quitting the General Court entirely.  Good riddance.  I’d like to publicly admit that I was wrong when I wrote about DiMasi earlier this month.  I thought he’d only quit after his indictment. I still think he’s going to be indicted.  I was wrong about the order of events. Now all […]

A Vote To Learn What Mass Democrats Are Made Of

On January 7th, the Democratic State Representatives of Massachusetts are going to choose the Speaker of the House for the ’09-’10 session of the General Court.  The incumbent and presumed winner is Speaker Sal DiMasi. Here’s the problem: The citizens of Massachusetts have witnessed a parade of scandal, corruption, and conspiracy from Mass Democrats.  Sal […]

Changing Years

I like the celebration of the new year as a point of reflection.  It’s a milestone, like a birthday, but one that we all share.  It’s a time to consider what has past.  So, reflect I will.  2008 was a busy year. I went to Tokyo. I became an uncle. I quit my old job, […]