Tag Archives: Republicans

Political Science Conversation: A disgusting modularity

Alternative-Alternative Facts Donald Trump’s presidency is the latest consequence of a Leftist campaign, launched at least five decades ago, to punish Republicans for espousing the idea that Christian morality is American morality, for believing what many considered America’s spoken and unspoken consensus on moral values and norms. In response to this rejection of the social and political status of secular…

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Republican Write Candidate for Middlesex County Sheriff.

Don’t forget there is Primary on Thursday September 8th.
(Held on Thursday instead of Tuesday because of the Labor Day Monday Holiday) Angelo La Civita is running a “write-in” / “Sticker” campaign for Middlesex County Sheriff. One thousand votes gets him on the November 8th ballot to square off against the Hyper-Liberal career politician Peter Koutoujian. To vote for Angelo…

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Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party.

The Republican Party as an institution is facing an existential crisis there are those that passionately and completely support Donald Trump for president. While in our same party there are those that passionately and completely oppose Donald Trump for president. A wise Republican once said, “a house divided against itself cannot stand.” In the 2016 presidential race we are going…

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Commentary Magazine takes on Trump’s misguided immigration plan

( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) Commentary Magazine has very little good to say about Donald Trump’s immigration platform. The neoconservative publication says the fiery candidate’s highly restrictionist plan to seal the borders spells doom for the GOP in next year’s election. Not only that but the entire plan to ship out the ‘dreamers” is “heartless” and an assault…

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“The Birth Of A Nation” Turns One Hundred Years Old This Year

D.W. Griffith‘s legendary racist masterpiece just turned one hundred years old this month. THE BIRTH OF A NATION (1915) revolutionized the art of making movies (techniques that are still used in today’s Hollywood) while at the same time it poisoned race relations & contributed to a brief resurgence of popularity for the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). What always intrigues me…

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Baker’s Cabinet Choices Reflects His Management Philosophy

A recent Boston Globe article posits that a few conservatives within the Massachusetts Republican Party have expressed serious concerns over some of the cabinet appointments being made by Governor Charlie Baker. “We are bracing ourselves,” said Mark Fisher, the GOP’s Tea Party gubernatorial candidate who was crushed in his primary challenge against Baker. “Charlie said he wasn’t going to raise…

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