Author Archives: Ronald Beaty

Glorifying Cape Cod Killer Sharks Is Insanity

The contemporary inane glorification of a highly dangerous and menacing predator, the Great White Shark, by some environmental extremists, fanatical animal rights activists, narrowly focused scientists, and pandering bureaucrats, as some sort of demi-god is a dangerous practice. Moreover, coupled with the utter lack of concern or action by the same aforementioned parties regarding the Cape Cod seal overpopulation problem…

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Baker Endorsed By Democrats, But Not Trusted By Republicans

Recent reports by the Associated Press state that 10 Massachusetts Democrat City Mayors have officially endorsed the reelection of Governor Charlie Baker. The Democratic Party Mayors of Springfield, Revere, Fall River, Fitchburg, Woburn, Newburyport, Lawrence, Lowell, Westfield, and Braintree have all endorsed our not so “Republican.” To be frank, such endorsements by elected Democratic Party officials only serve as further…

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Beaty Opposes Pending New Tax on Short-Term Private Home Rentals

The “Beacon Hill Gang” (including my tax and spend Sept. 4th Republican Primary opponent, Randy Hunt) are once again salivating at the thought of getting their greedy hands on your money. Don’t let them do it! Presently in a state of limbo, the pending tyrannical tax on short-term private home rentals is naively short-sighted. Moreover, it is excessively burdensome upon…

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State Rep. Randy Hunt & Gov. Charlie Baker Have Betrayed The Republican Base!

Like Governor Charlie Baker, my September 4th GOP Primary Election opponent, 5th Barnstable District State Representative Randy Hunt, has completely betrayed the Republican base! They are both Democrats masquerading as Republicans! With Hunt, his lack of addressing important matters like school safety, and his abysmal legislative voting record on significant issues like tax increases, erosion of 2nd Amendment Rights, immigration…

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Term Limits for Elected Cape Cod Regional Officials

Editor: I have recently proposed a  Barnstable County Home Rule Charter change regarding Term Limits. I formally propose that all elected Barnstable County officials be limited to serving three (3) consecutive terms in a position! Term limits would provide new people with innovative ideas to elected County office. Moreover, term limits will reduce the influence of special interests and extremist…

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