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Massachusetts Ditches Common Core

There seems to be a recurring theme of liberal, New England states regretting the big government programs they implement. First, Vermont was forced to abandon its plans for a single-payer health care system upon finding that there was no way to pay for it. Now, Massachusetts is dropping out of the Common Core education standards that don’t work and that nobody likes.

11/24/2015
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Blue States Singing the Obamacare Blues

States that helped carry President Obama to victory in 2012, are now suffering at the hands of his signature legislation. Democrats hoping to avoid the repercussions of Obamacare are going to have a difficult time explaining away its failures in their own friendly states. Republicans are referring to it as the Blue State Obamacare Blues, with Colorado, Hawaii, Washington D.C., Oregon, Maryland, and Massachusetts all suffering varying degrees of embarrassment.

05/12/2014
MA Senate Race: Beyond Health Care
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MA Senate Race: Beyond Health Care

It's important to remember that the results of yesterday's election in Massachusetts have consequences beyond the immediate threat of ObamaCare. The election of Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate may very well have thwarted already struggling cap and trade legislation.  The New York Times has the story:

01/20/2010
Bostonians Party Like It's 1773
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Bostonians Party Like It's 1773

On July 4 several hundred limited government activists gathered in Boston for an extended day of tea party events at the Boston Common and on the harbor at Christopher Columbus Park.  The event was organized by ConservativeSolutions.org.  The key note speakers were Dr. John Lewis of Duke University and Dr. Yaron Brooke of the Ayn Rand Institute (a 9/12 sponsor).  I had the honor of addressing the crowd on what people can do to turn the energy of the tea parties into effective advocacy against out of control spending (hint: get your family and friends involved).

07/08/2009