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The Opportunity—and Tyranny—of Life in a One-Party State

Today Maura Healey is being sworn in as Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and I am officially living in a one-party state. Nationally, I am represented by a Democratic President, two Democratic Senators (Warren and Markey), and a Democratic … Continue reading

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Brother Red, Brother Blue

The adage about the more things change they more them remain the same is particularly apt this election cycle.  I found this essay I wrote two rounds ago; after the 2004 Bush / Kerry election.  It is  as relevant, or even … Continue reading

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Pedaling Princples chapter Fifteen – Massachusetts, The State of Our Health

I rolled over the pass between Perry Peak and Shaker Mountain and headed home into Massachusetts.  Not far beyond the Pittsfield sign I saw the familiar blue square with the white H directing me to a hospital nearby.  Welcome back … Continue reading

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