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Friday, August 14, 2020
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To the Editor: For the past two or three decades, American women have served with distinction at all levels in politics and government as governors, senators, congresswomen and cabinet members. Yet, now, if they are not women of color it appears that in the present super-charged atmosphere, …

Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Monday, August 10, 2020
Sunday, August 09, 2020

A story that ran as part of our “What’s Working” series by Mike Cousineau this week revealed an interesting fact about the “enhanced unemployment” that was offered as part of the federal coronavirus relief package. The interesting fact was that the federal unemployment enhancement resulted i…

We have a bone to pick with the Manchester City Clerk’s office. Judging from recent personal experience, Clerk Matt Normand’s staff is much too pleasant as well as efficient to be representing the public sector. People are going to get the wrong idea.

It is almost as if the teachers union’s press release had been written in advance. We wouldn’t be at all surprised, in fact, if it had.

On August 29 and 30, Massachusetts will celebrate its annual “sales tax holiday.” For one weekend a year the Bay State generously allows their citizens to buy products without giving the state government more of their money.

We recently received a note from a staffer representing a member of our federal delegation. It appears that a recent item they had sent us was taking credit for several hundred million dollars in federal spending while the real number was several hundred billion dollars.