California’s War on Plastic

by baldilocks Shooting blanks as usual; hitting the average Californian. The state has outlawed or restricted single-use plastic bags, plastic drinking straws, and plastic cutlery. Future targets: plastic detergent bottles, unattached caps on plastic bottles, and polystyrene containers (typically used to hold restaurant takeout orders), which more than 100 California cities have already banned. Some … Continue reading California’s War on Plastic

Monday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Michael Who? (TV) Movies of the 30’s The Orville, Get Ready for $8 Pizza, More Titles for Boston?

With Radio Stations removing Michael Jackson from their playlists and even the Simpsons are removing his episode from their rotation and new DVD it's easy to forget that the revelations in the latest Documentary concerning Michael Jackson and children not only confirmed things that the general public suspected was true. However it's much more important … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Michael Who? (TV) Movies of the 30’s The Orville, Get Ready for $8 Pizza, More Titles for Boston?

Tomorrow DaTechGuy on WQPH Radio at HappyJacks Leominster MA 11:30-3 PM ($20 All you can eat Buffet)

Saturday Nov 3rd I will be at Happy Jack's Restaurant Rte 12 (exit 31b off route 2) Leominster hosting my show for WQPH 89.3 FM Catholic Radio Your Prayer Intentions! We will be at the restaurant from 11:30 AM to 3 PM where a special WQPH (Queen of Perpetual Help) Buffet will be served ($20 … Continue reading Tomorrow DaTechGuy on WQPH Radio at HappyJacks Leominster MA 11:30-3 PM ($20 All you can eat Buffet)

Johnny Appleseed Interviews Geoff Diehl for Senate Elmer Eubanks Archabald for State Rep

There was a lot going on at the Johnny Appleseed festival last week including some politics. After all what would a local festival be if candidates didn't turn up. I had a chance to talk to two of them. Geoff Diehl won the GOP primary and will be facing Elizabeth Warren in the fall. Diehl … Continue reading Johnny Appleseed Interviews Geoff Diehl for Senate Elmer Eubanks Archabald for State Rep

Rick Green & The Latest Ad in MA 3

The last time we saw Rick Green on this blog was the last day I was a member of the GOP Mr. Green after losing a very, shall we say interesting election for GOP party chair urged his supporters to forget what had happened and get behind the new GOP chair and the party. Five … Continue reading Rick Green & The Latest Ad in MA 3

Farm On The Freeway

A current portion of my scattershot career path, which this year has meandered from giraffe tenderer to Willy Wonka to rubber band man, daily places me on a rather lengthy bus ride around and in a white collar Mecca known by the locals as Bishop Ranch and by everyone else as that place where yuppies … Continue reading Farm On The Freeway

Saturday at the Defund PP Protest

On Saturday in Fitchburg I attended one of the Defund Planned Parenthood protests that took place around the country as the speaker. While nationally the effort ran afoul of GOP senators John McCain, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski In Massachusetts the effort is a tad different as it is necessary to amend the Massachusetts Constitution … Continue reading Saturday at the Defund PP Protest

Sacred Relics of the Saints (including our Lady’s veil & a piece of the True Cross) in Fitchburg MA Wed 6 PM

St. Bernards Parish at St Camillus Church 333 Mechanic St in Fitchburg is hosting Fr. Carlos Martin of the Companions of the Cross in Corpus Christi. TX. He will be here with his special ministry hosing a teaching lecture and exposition of Sacred Relics tonight at 6 PM. 150 relics of the saints, some as … Continue reading Sacred Relics of the Saints (including our Lady’s veil & a piece of the True Cross) in Fitchburg MA Wed 6 PM

One Person Can Make Things Better

by baldilocks Sitting in for Fausta. A friend sent me this LA Times link from 2016. Escalating their battle to stamp out an unprecedented spread of street encampments, city officials have begun seizing tiny houses from homeless people in South Los Angeles. Elvis Summers, who built and donated the structures, removed seven of the gaily … Continue reading One Person Can Make Things Better

President Trump a Year in Review and Looking Ahead, The Raw Video and Interviews

A week ago today in conjunction with the Worcester Tea Party we held our 2nd Event together at Tang Dynasty Restaurant President Trump a Year in Review and Looking Ahead. There were some similarities with our first event with Stacy McCain last year, the venue, the fact that both the Worcester Tea Party and Granite Grok … Continue reading President Trump a Year in Review and Looking Ahead, The Raw Video and Interviews

A Parting Thought on Jen Flanagan a Democrat Class act

I mentioned earlier this month that GOP candidate Dean Tran had won the state senate seat left vacant by Jen Flanagan but before I leave the subject I'd like to say something about the former State Senator now on the Massachusetts Cannabis Commission. I had covered and interviewed Senator Flanagan several times in the past … Continue reading A Parting Thought on Jen Flanagan a Democrat Class act

A Pro-Life 2A GOP candidate flips Democrat Sen seat in MA Special Election

This story is what we call "News" Robert Stacy McCain The Power of Simple Sentences May 31st 2011 Yesterday I promised an example of a Newsworthy story it now follows: On Tuesday morning before I was headed off to what would be, unknown to me, my last day of work before I was laid off, … Continue reading A Pro-Life 2A GOP candidate flips Democrat Sen seat in MA Special Election

New York Steakhouse Makes a Bold Stand

While driving down Route 55 in Lagrangeville, New York (about 60 miles north of New York City) on the way to a medical appointment yesterday, I spotted a sign outside of Kelly's Steaks and Spirits that sure lifted mine! The sign announced that they DO NOT air NFL games in that establishment and the sign … Continue reading New York Steakhouse Makes a Bold Stand

Second Amendment Rights Under Fire After Charlottesville

After White Nationalists and their counterparts caused violence to erupt in Charlottesville, Virginia back in August, Americans witnessed a very odd occurrence. Suddenly, Virginia bureaucrats sought to impinge on our constitutional right to bear arms. First, Va governor Terry McAuliffe very publicly and very falsely alleged that “eighty percent of the people here had semiautomatic … Continue reading Second Amendment Rights Under Fire After Charlottesville