Video: Evan Kenney speaks the truth for the win IMHO.


Evan Kenney speaks the truth about establishment hack Amy Carnevale and should have ousted her from the Trump slate to win a spot in Cleveland. But the Trumpkins don’t understand that they just voted for someone that will likely betray them. Listen to the end of the video when a guy can be heard saying “Under Robert’s Rules since he…

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Pre-Caucus synopsis of Presidential Race

The caucuses being held tomorrow will determine who will represent Massachusetts as a delegation to the national convention in Cleveland. Donald Trump holds the lion’s share of delegates and I don’t anticipate he’ll have any issues getting true supporters elected tomorrow.   More important, I think, is the arc of this race and what it means. Here’s a broad overview:…

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MFI Weighs in on the Bathroom Bill

When Baker was spending hundreds of thousands to defeat me and other conservatives on the Republican State Committee, was it that he wanted to replace family oriented,  religious,  law abiding God fearing conservatives with proponents of the Bathroom Bill?   Does the Republican Establishment honestly believe they would be better off replacing us with a more diverse crowd?  Charlie – say…

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Baker and the Bathroom Bill

In the wake of the decision last year by Governor Baker, along with his colleagues Kaufman, Weld et al to file a brief in Federal Court standing against Republican Party values and for Democrat Party values, the Watertown Republican Town Committee met subsequently to discuss that particular matter, among other things.  At the meeting, Baker Cabinet member Elizabeth Mahoney took…

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(Mass) Fiscal Watchdog or Rich Republican’s Club

Just recently Charlie Baker has come out of the closet as a Tax and Spend Liberal… Yet Mass Fiscal Alliance Executive Director Paul Craney posts a picture of himself having dinner with the Governor. In a recent Op Ed Charlie Baker writes the following: It’s a topic of eternal debate about government at all levels. Are we spending enough? Are…

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