Tag Archives: Republican Party

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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“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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House Leadership’s Unprincipled Immigration Principles

The divisions marked between Establishment leaders and the grassroots demanding a Republican Party in line with its principles does not split necessarily between liberal and conservative, as much as between Big Business and Limited Government, and no issue more distinguishes these two groups than immigration reform. Already House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has outlined their immigration principles, printed in USA…

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Republican Reformers and the Big (Collapsible) Tent

Does anyone remember the spectacle of the “unity” event after the 2008 Democratic primary was over? Does anyone remember the various calls for a Republican “unity breakfast” as recently as last year? I start out with these questions, because it has become readily apparent that whatever the goals of the people who make up our party, “unity” is an ideal…

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Obama’s Impeachment: I Can Dream, Can’t I?

Given the lawlessness being perpetuated by President Barack Obama (& his obsequious lackey in the US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid), you’d think that the Republicans as an opposition party would begin the process of impeaching The One for the blatant unconstitutional actions he’s taken that threaten the viability of America’s constitutional republic. Obviously such a process would only happen…

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GOP’s Class Warfare

The way the House GOP has handled the renewal of the Farm Bill is a text book example of how the Republican Party favors the corporate class and while hurting the poor.  While the Right attacks the Left for dividing our country when we speak about the interests of the rich versus the poor, on a regular basis the House…

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Study: Why Republicans Are Leaving The GOP

A new study entitled “Switching Behavior: Modeling Disaffiliation From The Republican Brand” suggests that self-identified Republican voters who leave the GOP do so because they’re tired of being told to vote Republican as “the lesser of two evils,” feel “betrayed” by the GOP Establishment, & seek a sense of community elsewhere. Conducted by The Frontier Lab, a conservative market research…

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Did anyone see Bob Dole this past week?

Ias a veteran can certainly appreciate the service of a man like Bob Dole, I however for the life of me can’t understand where his political philosophy is comming from. I know he was not known to be an active proponent of Conservative values in his time in office, but he if anyone should know better.        …

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Massachusetts GOP: Revitalize Or Die

Writer George Weigel had an interesting observation about Pope Francis I the man & his vision of the papacy: The move from “kept” Catholicism to evangelical Catholicism is for everyone, the pope seems convinced. “Kept” Catholicism has no future anywhere, and not just because of aggressive secularism and other corrosive cultural acids. “Kept” Catholicism has no future because it doesn’t…

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I’m With Michael Graham: Obama supporter Gabriel Gomez Hurts the GOP

Michael Graham, making lots of sense (the killer line is when he points out that Gabriel Gomezs message is basically “I don’t really like Republicans either!”): I knew that Massachusetts Republicans had to lower their ideological expectations if they wanted to win an election here in the Bay State. I just didn’t know that included the Republican primary. Once you…

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