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Hey Y’All, Guess What?

We are already in chains, thanks to 75 years of “progressive” policies By: Dr Charles Ormsby – September, 2012 “He gonna put y’all back in chains.”-Vice-President Biden speaking to a…

Today Is Primary Election Day! Go Vote!

Today Is Primary Election Day! Go Vote!

 Greater Boston Tea Party News September 2012 By: Christine Morabito – September, 6, 2012  With only 8+ weeks to go until the General Election, it’s likely you are spending a…

Paying Attention! with Tom Duggan 9-1-12

Paying Attention! with Tom Duggan 9-1-12

The Paying Attention Radio program airs on WCAP (980AM) in Lowell (980wcap.com) Valley Patriot publisher Tom Duggan talks about news of the week and provides a unique perspective on what…

Sen. Brown To Seniors: “Your Medicare is Safe”

Sen. Brown To Seniors: “Your Medicare is Safe”

Senator Scott Brown Says Warren “Desperate” Talks About Medicare, Social Security, Budget   PHOTO GALLERY FROM EVENT By Tom Duggan, August, 2012  ”Desperate” United States Senator Scott Brown said his…

Adams, Vispoli Square off on Ethics and Conservatism

Adams, Vispoli Square off on Ethics and Conservatism

Valley Patriot, WCAP Debate for State Senate By: Tom Duggan – August, 2012 Last month the Valley Patriot and 980WCAP held an on air radio debate between the two Andover…

Republican Candidates Spar in NH Governor Debate

Republican Candidates Spar in NH Governor Debate

Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith Spar Over Who Should be Governor By: Tom Duggan, August, 2012 Last month republican candidates for Governor of New Hampshire, Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith,…

The Tea Party on Trial, Again

The Tea Party on Trial, Again

By: Christine Morabito – (August, 2012) With predictable swiftness, the mainstream media rushed to blame the Tea Party following the movie theater murders in Aurora, Colorado. This time the stone…

Defining the Machine

  By: Patrick Barron & Christopher Maider – August, 2012 In 2010 America elected a new breed of Congressional and Senatorial Representatives. The idea and the hope was that they would…

Why I Cannot Support Bill Manzi for Senate (opinion)

  By Ken Willette, August, 2012 I have known Bill Manzi since the mid-90s through our volunteer efforts affiliated with the Methuen Arlington Neighborhood and through our respective stints on…

The Candidates for State Rep. And Where They Stand

The Candidates for State Rep. And Where They Stand

By: Tom Duggan – July, 2012 The race to fill the 2d Essex House District being left vacant by Harriet Stanley has three Republicans vying for the nomination in the…

Why I am Running for State Representative

Why I am Running for State Representative

  By: Kevin Cuff – July, 2012 Nearly forty years ago, my family taught me the values of civic RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY. As a member of our hometown School Committee,…

Bill Manzi Waivers on Voter ID

Bill Manzi Waivers on Voter ID

  By; Tom Duggan – June, 2012 Former Methuen Mayor and Democrat candidate for State Senate in the Massachusetts First Essex District race, Bill Manzi, called into “Paying Attention!” with…

It’s time for us to “Let the Mitt Hit the Fan”

It’s time for us to “Let the Mitt Hit the Fan”

  By: Jeff Katz – May, 2011 Sporting his best Brooks Brothers casual while serving up chicken chili in a barnyard, Willard Mitt Romney made it officially official the other…

An “F” on Transparancy in Massachusetts (opnion)

  By: Rob Eno – May, 2012 After completing work on a $32.5 billion budget, Speaker Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop) said the budget process was, “the most open and transparent we…

Our Little Tea Party Is Growing Up

Our Little Tea Party Is Growing Up

By: Christine Morabito, President Greater Boston Tea Party May, 2012 Growing pains are inevitable for any fledgling organization. The Tea Party in Massachusetts was stretched to its outer limits over…