Trump: Savior or Charlatan? Ted Cruz: The Real Conservative

Trump: Savior or Charlatan? Ted Cruz: The Real Conservative

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX By: Dr. Charles Ormsby – Jan. 2016 On Tuesday, February 9th, New Hampshire will hold its presidential primary election to determine the New Hampshire delegates to the Republican National Convention. Massachusetts holds its primary on March 1st (Super Tuesday) along with eleven other states. So, Republican voters in New Hampshire and […]

Massachusetts Military: The REAL Disenfranchised

Massachusetts Military: The REAL Disenfranchised

By: Christine Morabito – May, 2014 Despite a federal law intended to fix the injustice, U.S. servicemen and women remain the most disenfranchised group in this country. The Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE) was passed by Congress in 2009 and signed into law by President Obama. The most important provision requires states to […]

Disney Shuns Film About 9/11 to Protect Clinton Legacy

Disney Shuns Film About 9/11 to Protect Clinton Legacy

By: Christine Morabito – October, 2013 I used to think government censorship of free speech only occurred in countries run by intolerant dictators. That was before I watched the uncensored version of what is now considered the most controversial mini-series in television history, “The Path to 9/11.” The five-hour ABC docudrama, starring Donnie Wahlberg, Harvey Keitel […]

The Victim Generation: When Nothing’s Your Fault

By: Christine Morabito – September, 2013 When San Diego Mayor, Bob Filner was accused of sexually harassing nearly 20 women, he quickly announced he was admitting himself into a two-week therapy program. When Washington, D.C. Mayor, Marion Barry was caught on videotape smoking crack cocaine and then lied to a grand jury, he belligerently claimed […]

Legislative Spotlight – Brian S. Dempsey by Stephanie M. Davis

By: Stephanie M. Davis – July, 2013 The FY2014 budget ball now sits in Governor Deval Patrick’s court. Having been finalized and reported out of its legislative conference committee on June 30th, the governor has 10 days to approve or veto it either partially or entirely or to amend it in portions. A veto can […]

Human Interference and the Minimum Wage: A Rodent Love Story

As a former zookeeper and environmental educator, I understand the delicate balance required to sustain any ecosystem. The story of the rat-like nutria, Myocastor coypus, and its invasion of New Orleans, is a perfect example of how humans, convinced they know better, can make a major mess of things. A mere 20 of these 12-pound […]

Tax Day Rally “Unburdening the Next Generation”

  By: Christine Morabito – April 2013 Please join the Tea Party and other liberty-minded groups as we gather on the Boston Common April 13. The Parkman Bandstand will be rocking with live music from starting at noon from People’s Blowback, and then a variety of speakers from 1-3 p.m. The theme is “Unburdening the […]

But Wait … What About the Children?

Prediction: Massachusetts lawmakers will be consulting their tattered playbooks to make a 50 cent tax increase on cigarettes more palatable. Every time this increase is proposed, politicians declare the new revenue is for the children, who will benefit from smoking prevention and smoking cessation programs. When it comes to funding such programs, states have a […]

American Majority Campaign Training

“One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end  up being governed by your inferiors.” — Plato   The Greater Boston Tea Party and Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance invite you to attend American Majority’s New Leaders Campaign Training This training is for all who are interested in learining how to change their communities […]

The War on The Poor & Taxpayers is Going Well

By: Christine Morabito, President Gr. Boston Tea Party – February 2013 Governor Deval Patrick claims his budget for fiscal year 2014 promises “a better Commonwealth for the next generation.” – That is, if they can afford to live here. On January 16, the Patrick administration introduced “The Way Forward,” an ambitious proposal to tax the […]

The Case for Secession

By: John LaHoud – January 2013 NOTE: What follows is an intellectual exercise, designed to stimulate the thinking of my fellow freedom-loving citizens. Anyone wishing to participate may e-mail Whether incorporated into the final document or not, all submissions will remain anonymous. For lovers of government, the elections of November 2012 were a triumph; […]

A Real Plan to Stop School Shootings – Written Expressly for Parents of School Children

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX   By: Dr. Charles Ormsby – January 2013 The recent massacre in Newtown, Connecticut was horrific to say the least. By all accounts, the unarmed staff members, administrators and teachers acted with great courage while trying in vain to stop the carnage. The killing did not stop until the police arrived […]

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