Scott Brown and a welcome display of Party unity

I was more than pleased to watch Senator Scott Brown on Fox last night chastising Rich Lowry for not promising to support the Republican Party nominee.  Brown stated emphatically that regardless of who the nominee is, he (Brown) will support him or her.  That in stark contrast to others of course, including Lowry. The bold statement was welcome and refreshing,…

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Re: The Case Against Chanel Prunier

In response to the recent article written by Ed Lyons entitled “The Case Against Chanel Prunier”, as a Republican activist of over 12 years in the Commonwealth I would like to offer my own thoughts regarding his article which I easily mistook for an emotion-laced rant on his personal political views and his clear distaste for those who hold even…

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Herald hosts guest writer Mayer who takes on Trump suckerupper Howie Carr 

Credit the Boston Herald with having the gumption to rib Trumprumpshwab Howie Carr. Not long after the bloviating billionaire announced his candidacy the once respectable talk show host has engaged in serial night-walking for Trump. The level has now reached nauseating. No-shame Howie does his best to run interference for the iconic “anti-establishment” real estate developer. He excuses his many…

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Cowett Announces Candidacy for State Representative

Will focus on promoting better government, a better economy, and a better education system Kingston resident Michael Cowett announced today that he is launching his candidacy to become the next state representative for the 12th Plymouth District. “Living on the South Shore, we’re fortunate to be in one of the most beautiful and historic parts of America, but our region…

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Climate Change Charlie opposes clean energy and jobs

On Wednesday the New Boston Post revealed the Baker Administration’s hatred of cheap clean energy in Massachusetts. From the New Boston Post: On Tuesday, Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton suggested that passing the bill might help environmentalists convince the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that the proposed natural gas pipeline is not needed to meet Massachusetts’ energy needs. “The…

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MassHouseGOP – Supporting Rep. Keiko Orrall for National Committeewoman

Dear Republican State Committee Members, Congratulations on your election to the governing body of our party.  As members of the Republican caucus on Beacon Hill, we look forward to working with you over the next four years to grow our party’s grassroots, and to elect more Republicans at every level of Government.  To accomplish these goals, we need strong leaders…

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