A new two-year session of the legislature, 2019-2020, began last month at the State House with members of both the House and Senate being sworn in. The regular radical bills have been filed, but the left is more zealous and arrogant than in previous sessions. Here’s a list of those bills we know of already, and we’ll have further updates…Read More »
Benjamin Franklin is credited with once stating, “It is the first responsibility of every citizen to question authority.” Though not initially perceived by many, the general public has always been the main watchdog of governmental action, activities and decision-making at all levels. It is the use of important civic mechanisms like the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law that helps keep state,…Read More »
Regarding recent news reports about the survival of the Cape Cod National Seashore Advisory Commission, there is good reason why the Interior Department does not support its continuation. Said Commission was formally authorized by Public Law 87-126, August 7, 1961; as amended by Public Law 105-280. The panel is supposed to consult on matters relating to development of the National…Read More »
Followers of Red Mass Group who are concerned about immigration should consider attending in the upcoming meeting of the Massachusetts Coalition for Immigration Reform (MCIR) on December 8 from 10 am to Noon at the Wellesley Public Library (see below). MCIR is an independent non-profit nonpartisan organization that seeks to educate the public on immigration and affect policy on federal,…Read More »
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…Read More »
The State Senate, in a backroom deal on Sanctuary State legislation, is attempting to ram through Sen. Jamie Eldridge’s “Safe Communities” legislation that endangers citizens and law enforcement agencies of our Commonwealth. In this brazen move, Senator Eldridge and his leftist allies seek to pass this legislation with no public debate or stand-alone votes. Senator Fattman and his colleagues have…Read More »
As a Republican Candidate for the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 5th Barnstable District,
it is important to differentiate myself to the voters so they clearly know what to expect from me, if elected.