Tag Archives: US Senate

To Crown a Kingston

The first thing I read about our new Senate candidate was simply that we had one and that he had the blessing of Charlie Baker. His name was not given. For many Republicans in this state perhaps that is enough to support the man. News soon followed that gave a name to he who would be our candidate: John Kingston

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To Chris McDaniel: Let It Go

For election year 2014, Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel threw all into unseating a decades-old Establishment GOP incumbent in Mississippi. McDaniel was a favored candidate not just of his candor, but for his respect for opponent Thad Cochran. McDaniel outlined his plan not to get along to go along in Washington. Frustrated with the tepid decisions of the incumbent to…

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Senator Reid’s New ObamaCare Low: “They’re Lying!”

The Democrats in Washington are running away as fast as they can from ObamaCare. Mainstream national news affiliates still register majority discontent with President Obama’s signature legislation. Healthcare.gov has been shut down and restarted many times since its botched rollout in October, 2013. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius then lied to Congress, claiming that seven million enrollees was…

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Go Away, Mr. Gomez

The last thing the Massachusetts GOP needs is a Republican US Senate candidate who not only loses, but gives people more reasons for people to think that the Republican Party has lost its fire power, its bearings, and its aims. I am writing candidly about Mr. Gabriel Gomez and his recently published Boston Globe Op-Ed. He admits that he was…

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