Use of Bounty Hunters to Apprehend Criminal Illegal Aliens, Why Not?

With nonsensical talk by misguided politicians about establishing sanctuary cities and sanctuary states to harbor criminal illegal aliens in recent years, citizens are left with much to ponder. There are quite likely millions of highly dangerous criminal illegal aliens hiding out in our society, some right here on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts, and across the nation. Their crimes can range…

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The Conversation, Episode 1 – Heidi Who?

New project here. Let me know if you guys like it. In this first episode I talk with Heidi Wellman, one of the lesser-known Republicans campaigning for Liz Warren’s senate seat. It’s a far-roving conversation that takes us from Marlborough to Moscow to Pyongyang then back again. What do you think of Heidi’s chances? What should I be doing better?…

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You Are Eligible for a Free Netflix Alternative

Hoopla Digital is primarily a streaming video service in the same vein as Netflix or Amazon Prime Instant. What makes it special is that you may have access to it for free through your local library. If your local library card does not give you access to this service you are still in luck. The Boston Public Library will give…

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2018 Predictions

First, take a peak at some of my 2017 predictions. I don’t want to go down the list, but some absolutely came to pass, others arguably came to pass, and others may come to pass in 2018. All in all, I’d say I did pretty good. On to 2018… Baker. He essentially runs unopposed. Healey does not jump in.…

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2017 By the Numbers

What I am about to write below was only possible because of you. Over the past few weeks, my team and I have been compiling a summary of many of the activities we engaged in over the past year. After looking at these numbers, all I can say is THANK YOU. Here are just a few stats that caught my…

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Merry Christmas!

“And the angel said to them, “Be not afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of a great joy which will come to all the people; for to you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.” Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from all of us at the Renew…

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Make The Herald Great Again

Dan Kennedy has a few suggestions for making The Herald great again. Some are odd, like ditching the website, but this one is good. 3. Turn right. Despite the Herald’s reputation as a bastion of right-wing Trumpery, the paper’s editorial pages have long been rather staid and moderate. The right-wing reputation comes from a few of its news columnists, especially…

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The Local War on Christmas?

The bah-humbug wing of the secular left is at it again—attacking Rep. Jim Lyons for holding a Christmas event at the State House. It would appear their constant preaching of tolerance doesn’t extend to those celebrating Christmas at the State House. We invite you to join us: Rep. Lyons Celebration of Christmas
Wednesday, December 20 at noon
Great Hall at…

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Thank You for Your Hard Work

It is with sadness that I share Tom’s email below. We wish to thank you all for your help with the signature drive, which unfortunately fell just short. We’ve been truly blessed to work with all of you on this project, and will update you regarding any next steps. Thank you again, and God bless you! Dear Pro-life friend: I…

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