Social Tolerance (A comic)

  I’ve decided to try my hand at a basic webcomic. I haven’t come up with a name for it yet, but I really think images will help punctuate the insanity going on in our society. Art was never my strong suit, so you’ll have to forgive me for mostly stick figurines, basic shapes, and text. What I try to…

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Ferro Announces Bid For State Representative

Former Four-term Marlborough City Councilor Paul R. Ferro announced today he is running for State Representative to represent parts of Marlborough, Northborough, and Westborough on Beacon Hill.  
“For too long the Beacon Hill Democratic political machine has stifled growth, and entrepreneurship in our Commonwealth. As State Representative I will work side by side wth my friend Governor Charlie Baker…

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Obvious Lies and Bathroom Politics

I came upon this quote by Theodore Dalrymple. Its applications to the general state of the Commonwealth are many: “In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people…

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A Blessed Memorial Day Remembrance

A blessed and solemn Memorial Day to all of our RMG readers.   Each year at this time we should all remember to thank the people that made our freedom and liberties possible: Our fallen soldiers, seamen, airmen, guardsmen, and marines. There aren’t sufficient words to do them justice, but here’s a short phrase I find apt:   “If you’re…

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‘Free Willy Weld – free at last!

“Free at last!” exclaimed former MA Governor Bill Weld as he accepted the VP slot on Gary Johnson ticket yesterday at the Libertarian Convention.  Weld pledged his loyalty to he Libertarian Party, stating that he is “Libertarian for life”, which he claimed means “not going back to any other Party”.  Weld also stated that he is “relieved” to finally be…

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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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