Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Is 16 Year Old Voter Registration Coming to Massachusetts?

If the recently released Election Law Conference Committee report is passed into law, 16 year old “pre-regisgration” to vote will be the law in Massachusetts.  The proposed legislation instructs every city and town will need to pre-register voters who meet every other voting prerequisite but are older than 16 and younger than 18. The conference report, released today (pdf),…

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Evaluating the MA-GOP’s Demands for “Party Unity”

Last year, my State Committeewoman Lisa Barstow put on her Facebook page that she wanted to hear from fellow Republicans from Brookline, Newton and Wellesley [precincts A,C,D,E, and H] what’s working, what’s not, how is the GOP going to see victory in 2014. In the wake of the state party’s officers demanding “party unity” from the base while defending what…

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Horror Stories of Obamacare

In response to latest, and lamest, line of attack from libs, trolls, and other creepy progressives who go bump in the night, I have started asking people to share Obamacare horror stories, either their own or other people’s. Here are some of the stories which I have heard or have been shared with me: Jay Berman



I’m 57, healthy, went…

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Horror Stories of Obamacare

In response to latest, and lamest, line of attack from libs, trolls, and other creepy progressives who go bump in the night, I have started asking people to share Obamacare horror stories, either their own or other people’s. Here are some of the stories which I have heard or have been shared with me: Jay Berman



I’m 57, healthy, went…

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Stand Your Ground, CT! (Stand With CT, MA!)

Following the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre, in which deranged assailant Adam Lanza trespassed on a Newtown, Connecticut Elementary School, then murdered twenty-six people with a firearm, Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed into law the most restrictive gun control measures in the country, despite the fact that the governor called them common sense reforms. Not only would the state require…

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SJC Rules Females Have No Expectation of Privacy to Prevents Perv From Taking Photos Up Their Skirt

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, today ruled, that it is not illegal to take a picture up the skirt of an unwilling female in public.  Once again making Massachusetts the laughingstock of the nation. WBZ TV has the story. Massachusetts’ highest court has ruled that a man accused of secretly snapping photos up a woman’s skirt on an MBTA train…

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