Trump’s Protective Tariffs Are a Bad Idea for Americans

Arlington, Va. – Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on China, Japan and Mexico would be ineffective in shielding American workers from foreign imports, since producers from other countries would export the same products to the U.S., and such tariffs could impose a regressive consumption tax of $11,000 over 5 years on the typical U.S. household, conclude researchers at Suffolk ...

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Why I’m Excited About Johnson/Weld 2016

Never before has the Libertarian Party nominated part of a ticket that has endorsed Barack Obama, but it may be about to do just that. This is great news for actual Republicans.   I must confess I have not followed the Libertarian nomination process as closely as I follow the Democrat and Republican nominations, but based upon what I’ve read ...

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Where do you go to get a refend from Brian Herr?

In the Metro Daily West Newspaper, Brian Herr said he is not voting for the Republican nominee for president. Herr should send back every Republican donation he received in 2014 for his failed run for U.S. Senate. There were not many of them, but he should return them. In 2014 many conservatives were not happy with Herr being selected as ...

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LAMB PUSHES TO REINSTATE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN

LAMB PUSHES TO REINSTATE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN Lamb files by-law amendment to right this wrong Holliston, MA …Today Republican State Committeeman Marty Lamb announced that he has filed a by-law amendment to the Republican State Committee that would reinstate the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW). “It was wrong of the party to revoke the local charter for ...

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A New Path Forward for Republicans on Health Care (And Candidates)

Republicans have always been the party of emancipation from immoral systems within the government. Obamacare has shredded a flawed but generally effective health care system for patient outcomes and replaced it with an insurance mandate so ridiculous that it is now a crime to be too poor to afford health insurance. Fortunately, Republicans do have leaders that have publicly committed ...

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Mitt – Please just go away!

When will Mitt Romney go away?  He continues to berate the Republican nominee – chosen by the people – Donald Trump.  As soon as Romney finished his rant, his establishment friend and ally Hillary Clinton picked up on Romney’s talking point about tax returns.  Romney is irrelevant, but like so many other MA Republican leaders he seeks notoriety by being ...

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The Aftermath: Moving on to Victory in November

With the suspension of the Cruz and Kasich campaigns, Donald Trump is the last man standing to represent the Republican Party. Here’s the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly parts of that. Personally I am somewhat conflicted as to how to move forward, but I think it best to lay out what’s happening and work from there. The Good: Donald ...

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Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party.

The Republican Party as an institution is facing an existential crisis there are those that passionately and completely support Donald Trump for president. While in our same party there are those that passionately and completely oppose Donald Trump for president. A wise Republican once said, “a house divided against itself cannot stand.” In the 2016 presidential race we are going ...

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Baker’s last mile initiative being led by Democrat Lobbyist

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Politico’s Lauren Dezenski’s  rundown of what’s up on Beacon Hill mentions Governor Bakers latest hire, Peter J. Larkin. Larkin will be working to ensure that the “last mile” is completed. “Last mile” refers to the cost and difficulty of getting broadband to everyone is that last mile to reach them. We can’t leave anyone out because that wouldn’t be fair. SO ...

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