We’ve received a Press Release from the Massachusetts Republican Assembly (Downloads Available): – – – – Upon New Revelations, Massachusetts Republican Assembly Renews Call to Remove DCR Chiefs, Calls on Local Republican Committees to Act Sisk and Roy can’t (golf) cart themselves around on the taxpayer’s dime. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Contact: Mary Lou Daxland – firstname.lastname@example.org At the much-discussed ...Read More »
Last Saturday, over 300 conservative activists met in Boxborough to participate in the first annual “Restore America” conference. The event, organized by the recently deceased John O’Mara, and promoted by WRKO’s Jeff Kuhner was a whopping success. Hundreds of volunteers and activists came together to hear from a variety of conservative speakers including Jeff himself, and make contact with other ...Read More »
Massachusetts Republican Assembly Admonishes Committeewoman Orrall to Return to Her Roots, Demand Sisk’s Resignation from posts for Misuse of State Resources.
We have received a Press Release from the Massachusetts Republican Assembly: – – – – – Massachusetts Republican Assembly Admonishes Committeewoman Orrall to Return to Her Roots, Demand Sisk’s Resignation from posts for Misuse of State Resources. Attendance of GOP Bigwigs at July 3rd bash harms party image if not addressed. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Contact: Mary Lou Daxland – ...Read More »
Movement conservatives in Massachusetts and elsewhere are mourning the death of John O’Mara who led the Northborough Tea Party. He died one month shy of his 80th birthday according to reports. A regular Friday Morning Meeting attendee, John, a conviction conservative, will certainly be missed. Details will be forthcoming but email communication among John’s friends and fellow activists suggests John’s ...Read More »
Don’t forget there is Primary on Thursday September 8th. (Held on Thursday instead of Tuesday because of the Labor Day Monday Holiday) Angelo La Civita is running a “write-in” / “Sticker” campaign for Middlesex County Sheriff. One thousand votes gets him on the November 8th ballot to square off against the Hyper-Liberal career politician Peter Koutoujian. To vote for Angelo ...Read More »
Monday is not only Labor Day, it will be the 65th Marlborough Labor Day Parade. Over those years the parade has grown to be an impressive family friendly event with bands, floats, and entertainers. And politicians shaking hands and kissing babies. You can be a part of the festivities. All you have to do is show up. The parade will start ...Read More »
Massachusetts Republican Assembly Demands Governor Charlie Baker End His Culture of Corruption, Matthew Sisk’s Resignation from Public Post and Party Committee.
Below is a Press Release received from the Massachusetts Republican Assembly: – – – – – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Contact: Mary Lou Daxland – 508-237-2778, email@example.com Massachusetts Republican Assembly Demands Governor Charlie Baker End His Culture of Corruption, Matthew Sisk’s Resignation from Public Post and Party Committee. Matthew Sisk’s misuse of funds part of broader pattern of Baker behavior. ...Read More »
If you live in Massachusetts, chances are you’ve heard of the controversial new “Transgender Bathroom and Locker Room Law.” In a nutshell, the law says if someone believes they are the “opposite gender,” then they are legally able to use that gender’s the bathrooms and locker rooms in public places. The law also imposes a possible year of jail ...Read More »
I read an article in The Federalist this morning and it struck a nerve with me. It is yet another instance where a public official who does not engage in voluntary and unpaid aspects of a position is being demanded to step down in order to appease the twisted edicts of the political left. The Background: Ruth Neely is ...Read More »
This is important so a reproduction of the entire press release is appropriate! Exxon Pushes Texas Court To Shut Down Mass. AG Probe By Jess Davis Law360, Dallas (August 25, 2016, 2:13 PM ET) — Exxon Mobil Corp. told a Texas federal court Wednesday that Massachusetts’ attorney general can’t dispel First Amendment concerns related to its climate change investigation of ...Read More »