Today’s podcast features Dick Howe, blogger extrordinaire and our first former guest-host to repeat their starring role. His blog was among the best for MA-05 news, videos and general information and we were happy to have him on again. Unlike us, he’s kept out of the endorsement racket (we’ve all enthusiastically supported Jamie) and helped […]
We’re two weeks from the 5th CD primaries to replace U.S. 5th Congressional District Rep. Marty Meehan. Next week, Dick Howe joins us our podcast.
One-time sked change: The weekly podcast will be on Thursday, August 28th, not our regular Tuesday, at 2:30 p.m.
After months of major campaigning by droves of candidates (well, up to 8 […]
Ryan and Mike duet covered the 5th CD primary coming up in two weeks. Then, they hit whether our legislature can control its lust for pork to please constituents, particularly after Gov. Patrick said he tackle long-standing deferred needs.
There was some schadenfreude over the wingers who are charged with assaulting lefty demonstrators in Worcester and […]
UPDATED SKED: We have rescheduled Marc Solomon to Tuesday, September 4th at 2:30 p.m.
We eagerly look forward to having Marc Solomon on next week’s podcast. As Campaign Director for MassEquality, he was key in framing the issues and leading the fight against the amendment to stop same-sex marriages here.
We discuss the recent victory a […]
Co-founder of Know Thy Neighbor, Tom Lang, joined us to discuss the Presidential campaign and marriage equality and related GLBT issues. He called for equality-minded folk to demand that the candidates take plain positions on equal rights. Of particular annoyance is Hillary’s positions and her current front-runner status. None of the Big 3 should be […]
Join us tomorrow afternoon for our podcast. Tom Lang, co-founder of Know Thy Neighbor is the guest on this week’s Left Ahead! podcast. Unlike the majority let’s-not-rile-the-Orcs liberals, Tom’s group took it to the petition folk at VoteOnMarriage.
Know Thy Neighbor published the names and addresses of anti-marriage-equality voters who allegedly signed the petition to […]
We hit heavily on wiretapping. We agreed that it was the wrong course, particular for the 41 Dem Reps who supported warrantless spying on anyone. Lynne hopes for meaningful revision at the six-month review period. Mike is less sanguine (and previously expressed his views at Marry in Massachusetts).
Bush also signed an executive order on July […]