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Boston Globe endorses Richard Tisei

Well here it is! The Boston Globe has endorsed Republican Richard Tisei for Congress. Tisei’s mix of libertarianism and fiscal conservatism makes an excellent blueprint for New England Republicans. Even as the national Republican Party veered to the right during Tisei’s years on Beacon Hill, he avoided hot-button social issues and instead staked out a common-sense, reform-oriented direction for the…

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Globe puts the boots to Tierney

(We’ve been saying this for a while. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) In an extensive examination of the facts concerning Rep. John Tierney (D- Off Shore) and his connection to illegal gambling, the Boston Globe casts serious doubt on the congressman’s assertion that he had no reason to suspect illegal activity.  
But a Boston Globe review of…

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Which Tierney Lied? With Poll

Massachusetts, long known to be soft on criminals has a new “hanging” judge in the Honorable William Young. He sentenced Patrice Tierney to 30 days of hard time after she plead guilty to aiding and abetting her fugitive brother in filing false tax returns. My first thought was to give Kudos to the judge for imposing a stiffer sentence than…

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Blockbuster news: Wife of Rep. John Tierney to plead guilty to washing funds for gambling brother

(What did John Tierney know and when did he know it? – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Breaking at the Boston Globe The wife of US Representative John F. Tierney is poised to plead guilty tomorrow to federal tax charges for managing a bank account that her brother allegedly used to deposit millions of dollars in illegal gambling profits…

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