Archive for October 13th, 2012
» posted on Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 8:22 am by OutwithJoe
Bill McCarthy is a Worcester native and is a criminal justice educator at Quinsigamond Community College, Becker College, and Assumption College. He has developed and taught courses in anti-terrorism, cyber-crime, white collar crime, and crisis management in business and industry.
Prior to his position as an educator, Bill served as the Executive Assistant for the Louisiana Department of Revenue, Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. While there he was the second highest official at the agency and was responsible for managing and developing the $4.1 million budget. He was also a state trooper.
Bill graduated from South High Community School and that same year earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He received his bachelor’s degree in social relations from Anna Maria College and was president of his senior class. He received his master’s degree in public administration from Clark University, and his Ph.D. in human resource education and workforce development from Louisiana State University
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» posted on Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 6:03 am by OutwithJoe
Horace Cooper is an adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, Co-Chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator.
During the first six months of 2012, Horace has averaged 28 appearances on radio talk shows per month representing Project 21, in addition to regular television appearances and interviews by the print media.
Horace taught constitutional law at George Mason University in Virginia and was general counsel to U.S. House Majority Leader Dick Armey.
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» posted on Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 5:53 am by OutwithJoe
Why I Am Running
The past year has been a challenging one for Massachusetts. As a result of a reported population decrease, we lost a key U.S. Congressional seat. In addition, long-standing industries are migrating away from Massachusetts to do business. Our state is routinely rated by various business media outlets as one of the worst states to do business in the country. Despite these issues, it seems entrenched politicians continue to do the same things again and again while more jobs, more people and our economic engine move out of the state.
I believe in bringing about a “common sense, can do” approach to government through understanding and representing the ideas and concerns of citizens of the Second Worcester District. I am committed to working across party lines to return responsibility back to government in a bipartisan effort without compromising my ability to be an independent voice for the people in the Second Worcester District.
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