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Submitted by Christine Crean on Tue, 06/23/2015 - 6:59am.
So Deflate-gate is on deck for a hearing and the TTP is about to be voted on today. What are your hopes for an outcome?
We are also looking at some sever storms today. Keep safe and I hope to see everyone tomorrow evening at the Turtle Tavern on 72 Main St. in Milford starting at 6:30 on.
Christine, Karen, Kate and Jay
Submitted by Christine Crean on Mon, 06/08/2015 - 7:09am.
Many town caucuses happened these past weeks. I am not sure about your town but in Milford it was a low turnout. This year the convention will be on issues as it is not a major election year. There was time after the caucus to discuss the state of political engagement at the national and state level. We discussed how to get more people involved, more youth involved and what are the ways to effectively campaign today. We did not come up with many answers but did open up the dialogue.
As we approach the next election cycle we should ask ourselves how do we get people excited and engaged in the election process so we have good people elected who care about real advocacy on behalf of all of us. An elected official who is able to keep power balanced between corporations and "the people" so everyone has a seat at the table.
This may be a tall order but we have to start somewhere. We can begin by coming to the Turtle Tavern on Main St. in Milford this Wednesday from 6:30 on. Hope springs eternal.
Christine, Karen, Kate and Jay
Submitted by Christine Crean on Thu, 05/28/2015 - 7:19am.
Subject: Laughing Liberally Boston June 13th w/ Guest Jaclyn Friedman
With the Republicans now controlling both the House and Senate and a GOP Governor here in Massachusetts, we need progressive laughs now more than ever. We are excited to announce Laughing Liberally Boston, a one night only political comedy show featuring some Boston's top progressive comedians.
Laughing Liberally Boston is hosted by comedian, satirist and progressive talk radio host Matthew Filipowicz. Matthew's work have been featured on CNN, NPR, PBS, HBO, BBC, Ain't It Cool News, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, the Nation, the London Times, RT TV and countless sites in the liberal blogosphere including Salon, Daily Kos and the Huffington Post.
In addition to some of the finest progressive comedians Boston has to offer, each Laughing Liberally Boston show will feature a special interview segment with a local political figure or activist. This month's guest is sexual liberationist, editor of Yes Means Yes (and host of the podcast by the same name), founder of Women, Action & the Media, and legendary feminist troublemaker, Jaclyn Friedman.
Laughing Liberally Boston takes place Saturday June 13th at 8pm at the Riot Theater, 146a South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA. Admission is $8. Advance tickets can be purchased here.
Join the National Drinking Liberally Facebook page to be part of our national progressive conversation online.
Submitted by Christine Crean on Thu, 05/28/2015 - 7:12am.
This Monday Senator Karen Spilka will be at the MNW Alliance, Restaurant 45 in Medway at 7 PM.
The Bellingham Democratic Town Committee will host their 3rd Annual Summer Kick Off on Wednesday, June 17th from 6-9 at the Coachmen's Lodge, 273 Wrentham Rd., Bellingham. Cocktails and Appetizers. Tickets $25. Contact Joyce Notine, 508-965-0975, email@example.com
Submitted by Christine Crean on Tue, 05/26/2015 - 7:26am.
Hope everyone enjoyed Memorial Day and are thankful to all those who served.
The GOP field continues to grow. It is always interesting to see how candidates attack each other then come together and play nice once the primary is over. Also make note of the ideology shift pre primary to post. They all seem to try to be the most right during the primary then shift to a more moderate position. It does get confusing to know where they truly stand on issues with all the grandstanding.
Meanwhile, the Democratic pool remains small. Is that an advantage to the Dems?
Come to Drinking Liberally this Wednesday at the Turtle Tavern on 72 Main St., in Milford anytime from 6:30 on.
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