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There You Go Again (Opinion Column)

There You Go Again (Opinion Column)

  By: Paul Murano – October, 2012 Now that we are in the month of the popular reality series called ‘Presidential Debates’ we recall the spontaneous line, the rehearsed cry,…

FROM THE FEDORA: The poll the media isn’t talking about

FROM THE FEDORA: The poll the media isn’t talking about

  By @DaTechGuyblog on twitter host of DaTechGuy on DaRadio Sat 10-noon. AM830 WCRN For most of September we were treated to the narrative of a surging Barack Obama, going into…

Just Being Present is Simply Not Enough (Opinion Column)

Just Being Present is Simply Not Enough (Opinion Column)

  By: Jeff Katz – September 7, 2012 The initial 2012 presidential debate was the first time in his 51 years that Barack Obama was actually held accountable and he…

The Choice is so Clear — I Can See Reagan from My House (Opinion)

The Choice is so Clear — I Can See Reagan from My House (Opinion)

By: Christine Morabito – September 7, 2012  Toastmasters must be having a field day. The “ums” and “ahs” liberally applied to President Obama’s debate rhetoric proved he is lost without…

Senate Candidate Paul Magliochetti on WCAP’s Paying Attention

Senate Candidate Paul Magliochetti on WCAP’s Paying Attention

  HEAR THE INTERVIEW HERE Candidate for the 1st Essex Senate District, Paul Magliocchetti appeared on the Paying Attention! Radio Program on Saturday October 6, 2012 . Magliocchetti is running…

Paying Attention! Radio, 9-22-12

Paying Attention! Radio, 9-22-12

HOUR 1: Click Here to Listen or Download  HOUR 2: Click Here to Listen or Download   Today Tom and Paul talked about the indictments of Willie Lantigua’s administration, some…

Nope, The Shriners Convention had Nothing on These Guys

Nope, The Shriners Convention had Nothing on These Guys

By: Jeff Katz – September, 2012 Every four years our political parties hold conventions for the purpose of writing a platform and nominating a couple of folks to lead the…

Voters Reject Representative David Torrisi – Voter ID a Factor

Voters Reject Representative David Torrisi – Voter ID a Factor

VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL Last month one of the strongest opponents of Voter ID in the Massachusetts State Legislature, David Torrissi (D) North Andover, was defeated by a conservative, Pro Voter-ID…

The State House Let Lawrence Down

The State House Let Lawrence Down

And the $34million bandaid the State threw at it fell off fast   By: Karin Rhoton – September, 2012 The City of Lawrence has been put in a financial position…

The Valley Loses Four K-9 Dogs in the Past Few Months

The Valley Loses Four K-9 Dogs in the Past Few Months

By: Tracey Zysk, Valley Patriot Doggie Columnist – September, 2012 In the past few months the Merrimack Valley experienced the unexplainable and unbelievable.   The loss of four very well established…

Forward?

Forward?

By: Paul Murano – September, 2012 Once again America has been subject to the game of psychological and emotional manipulation called politics. It is offensive to anyone devoted to the…

Finally, it All Makes Sense

Finally, it All Makes Sense

By: Christine Morabito – September, 2012 I judge a film by how much time I spend thinking about it. A movie that haunts me is “2016: Obama’s America,” which asks…

Forfeiting Civility in Tewksbury

Forfeiting Civility in Tewksbury

The 1st in an ongoing series on the Caswell Hotel By: Catherine Vanarnum – September, 2012 Imagine a thief who is able steal without sneaking, in broad daylight. “I need…

Solomon Decision was Right for Methuen

Solomon Decision was Right for Methuen

  By: D.J. Deeb – September, 2012 On Thursday, July 26th, Lawrence Superior Court Judge Robert Cornetta ruled that the City of Methuen had failed to prove its case that…

Deveau case a travesty of justice

  By: Joseph D’Amore – September, 2012 A week ago I almost struck from behind a motorcyclist who had come to a sudden stop. I was not looking other than straight…