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From the VAURA Patriot – Alex Talcott’s Political Notebook

From the VAURA Patriot – Alex Talcott’s Political Notebook

* Go to hell or off fiscal cliff?: ABC News reporter Sunlen Miller, who has the U.S. Senate beat, noted on New Year’s Eve the debate-opening prayer of Senate Chaplain…

Kathleen O’Connor Ives Sworn in as State Senator

Kathleen O’Connor Ives Sworn in as State Senator

      Kathleen O’Connor Ives Sworn in as Massachusetts State Senator New First Essex District legislator ready to get to work for constituents Boston, Mass. Kathleen O’Connor Ives was…

School Committeeman Chaisson in Methuen Says Tribune Attack on his Family “Disgusting”

School Committeeman Chaisson in Methuen Says Tribune Attack on his Family “Disgusting”

WEB EXTRA!   SAYS HE WILL BE CANDIDATE FOR WEST END DISTRICT COUNCIL By: Tom Duggan – January 14, 2013 Methuen School Committeeman Evan Chaisson says he is “disgusted” with…

The Redefining of America

  By: Peter Larocque – December 2012 What we all witnessed early Wednesday morning, November 7, 2012, the day after the election for the Presidency of the United States of…

Playing the Class Envy Card

  By: Ralph Wilbur – December 2012 The difference between the tax rate on earned income versus the rate on income generated from capital gains has lent some success to…

Making $100K a year is now the New “Rich”

Making $100K a year is now the New “Rich”

By: Christine Morabito – December, 2012 When they came for the millionaires and billionaires I did not speak out because I was neither a millionaire nor billionaire. Now they are…

More than $9 million spent on statewide ballot questions in 2012

More than $9 million spent on statewide ballot questions in 2012

   More than $9 million was spent to influence three questions put before the voters on the 2012 statewide ballot, according to disclosure reports filed by ballot question committees with…

Tom Duggan’s Notebook – November, 2012

Tom Duggan’s Notebook – November, 2012

FROM THE PAGES OF VALLEY PATRIOT PUBLISHER, TOM DUGGAN’S NOTEBOOK November, 2012   PANTS ON FIRE AWARD – Of all the candidates telling all the lies they could this election…

Random Thoughts with Ronnie Ford

  By; Ronnie Ford  - November, 2012 My good friend Steve Zanni, duly authorized and sworn in as Mayor of Methuen, is finding himself in little battles here and there.…

That 47% Was Not Far Off

  By: Ralph Wilbur – November, 2012 Well, I guess the outcome of the election proves that Romney was right about that 47 percent. Perhaps it is even more. It…

The Priorities of America’s Youngest Voters

The Priorities of America’s Youngest Voters

  By: Zack Murray, November 2012 By the time this column is printed, we will know who was elected into office. 2012 has marked a stunning surge in young voters,…

Voter Fraud in Lawrence, Why Can’t they See?

Voter Fraud in Lawrence, Why Can’t they See?

By: Peter Larocque – November, 2012) I guess I shouldn’t be shocked that in the very Election Office in Mayor Lantigua’s Palace, known as Lawrence City Hall, an Election Department…

2012 Was A Warning to the Tea Party… Ready For A Course Correction?

2012 Was A Warning to the Tea Party… Ready For A Course Correction?

PAYING ATTENTION!    By: Tom Duggan, (11-17-12) While Tea Party member are still in shock over the 2012 ass kicking we took in the polls on Election Day, now is…

The Tea Party – Take 2

The Tea Party – Take 2

By: Christine Morabito – President Greater Boston Tea Party November, 2012  Rarely am I at a loss for words, but I feel as if I am groping around in the…

EDITORIAL: Enemies of Free Speech In Haverhill in the name of “Civil Rights – (NOV-12)

EDITORIAL: Enemies of Free Speech In Haverhill in the name of “Civil Rights – (NOV-12)

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL   (November, 2012) Just days before the 2012 election, members of the Greater Haverhill Civil Rights Commission demanded that a political sign (supporting Scott Brown) be removed…