As always, MA Dem Party Chair John Walsh was looking forward to the next battles — particularly the 2012 elections. He joins the podcast about six minutes in and covered a lot of politics quickly.
Listen in by clicking below. He describes how and why U.S. Sen. Scott Brown won the special election in this bluest […]
Next week, the chair of the MA Democratic Party joins us. John Walsh will be the guest Tuesday, April 19th, at 2 PM Eastern. He brings a great combination of knowledge, accomplishment, insight and wit.
While the rest of the nation was turning red, he led the party that kept this state in the liberal and […]
We progressives need to show the way. Both the President and Congress are lost.
The silliness of pretending that playing with discretionary spending will solve our huge national budget problems has gone on too far too long. Listen in as Ryan and Mike alternately bewail the asinine deal cutting that has gone on recently and the […]
“We’re absolutely beating them on the ground,” said the R.I. SSM campaign director, referring to anti-marriage equality forces there. Ray Sullivan joined us with a very positive update on the struggle there.
The anti-LGBT/anti-SSM political leaders have recently been replaced with those more representative of the people there. Gov. Lincoln Chafee and House Speaker Gordon Fox, […]
Comparing MA and Boston governance to monarchies, Horace Small is no mumbler or sycophant. As executive director of the Union of Minority Neighborhoods for its 11 years, he is a man of many missions. He focuses on what advances and frees Boston and MA’s people of color.
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