On CPAC Day one after Hannity I headed down radio row where I saw a familiar face Angle may have failed to beat Harry Reid in 2012 and got a lot of grief over it, but then again if she had won then we might not have seen the nuclear option from Harry and Donald … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2017 Radio Row Sharon Angle & Rick Trader Daria Novak & Frank Vernuccio
Did you somehow miss the DaTechGuy on DaRadio either at Noon EST on Saturday , 11 PM Saturday evening & Sunday morning at 10 AM? You DID? Well don't worry, you can listen to the first hour here and the 2nd hour here. When you listen to the show you might notice there are no … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio & with the Scary Tea Party in Leominster Now Available
Last week's DaTechGuy on DaRadio with John LaRosa and a special appearance by Robert Stacy McCain is now available here. My latest for the Examiner is now up too covering Tom Weaver's appearance at the Twin city Tea Party here: "You can get 20 people in an apartment with running water, flushing toilets, screens on … Continue reading DaTechGuy with Stacy McCain & John LaRosa & My latest in the Examiner now available
I can't invest in failure Frank! The Verdict 1982 El Cid: Sire, all those you see here, though none dare say so, harbor the suspicion that you may have counseled your own brother's death. Unless you can prove your innocence you will have no loyal subjects. Your kingdom will be torn by doubt. Thus I … Continue reading Mass GOP Job #1 Win me back
This week's Under the Fedora at The Minority Report, The Conservative Commune, NACBU, Conservatively Speaking and Zilla of the Resistance touches Lee Stranahan's coverage of the Steubenville rape case, outsourcing your own job and Nice Deb's incredible story on a litmus test for US commanders under the President. It's titled "The Man" for Stan Musial who … Continue reading Under the Fedora and my latest for the Examiner now Available
I'd like to recommend two pieces on the NRA gun plan: First my piece for the Examiner The NRA Traps for the Left & the Right: The NRA is going to go forward advancing its plan no matter what anyone in the government says. There is only one question remaining, will the Republicans act quickly … Continue reading NRA traps & the Best Piece on Guns & Schools
My latest for the examiner Will Niki Tsongas be better off than she was two years ago? highlights a rather amazing answer to a question during the October 10th debate against GOP opponent Jon Golnik. Ms Donelan asked if we are better off than we were two years ago, and the congresswoman’s answer was this: … Continue reading The Democrat Election Dilemma in one question
As we get ready for tonight debate here is my examiner piece contrasting the two debates in Massachusetts I covered this week, Brown v Warren & Tsongas V Golnik: On Sunday afternoon incumbent Niki Tsongas running to retain her seat in the newly redrawn 3rd Massachusetts district faced Jon Golnik in the first debate of … Continue reading Pre-Debate thought #1 The debates we ignore
Today I have a column at Examiner on the Ovide Lamontagne event in Atkinson NH (Sunday I'll talk about the great pizza place there as well) and I talk about what Chris Christie said: Governor Christie gave a rousing 18 minute speech that gave a message well-tailored to New Hampshire If you let a liberal … Continue reading Examiner Column & Chris Christie’s Airplane Grandma speech
My column for the Examiner Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and Cheryl at St. Anselm College covers the St. Anselm event and points to the real danger that the Obama Campaign faces: The visuals were excellent and it seemed hard work of the volunteers paid off. My interviews after the event suggested an energized crowd, but … Continue reading Examiner Column Romney/Ryan and Cheryl
My latest for the Examiner talks about Allen West's visit to Lexington on Sunday. Congressman Allen West (Fl-22) on his first visit to Massachusetts yesterday dropped by Lexington Green, the site of shots the ignited the American Revolution and was greeted by over 150 tea party members and assorted fans. And compares it to the … Continue reading Examiner Column West vs Chick-Fil-A compare and contrast
The latest Under the Fedora Romney Bias and Courage is now up at The Minority Report and at the Conservatory. In addition to the topics mentioned in today's column I finally tackle the issue that is apparently sweeping the country: Hayesgate! When Obama isn’t slamming Sarah Palin, he’s going after . . . Rutherford B. … Continue reading Time to get Under the fedora…with Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum and company
Was a tribute to Andrew Breitbart: In this interview Breitbart talked about calling out the lie put forth by Andre Carter and the congressional black caucus—who had claimed that Tea Party members had shouted the word “nigger” at them on Capitol Hill. (Never mind that a bunch of audio-enabled cameras were rolling at the time, … Continue reading Friday’s under the Fedora….
On Monday the Twin City Tea Party held its first meeting at a new location Cornerstones Restaurant in Leominster. In addition to several local, state and congressional candidates who mixed with the crowd there were top primary speakers. Brad Marston of Four Tier Strategies on the use of social media in campaigns: It was quite … Continue reading Does Massachusetts already have a voter Id law?
Today at Hotair they link to a pew study suggesting the Tea Party is not doing so well: Throughout the 2010 election cycle, agreement with the Tea Party far outweighed disagreement in the 60 House districts represented by members of the Congressional Tea Party Caucus. But as is the case nationwide, support has decreased significantly … Continue reading My latest for the Examiner: Colin Powell the Tea Party and the MSM bubble