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Political Blog

A Step Away From a Thousand Years of Darkness: Lessons from CPAC

A Step Away From a Thousand Years of Darkness: Lessons from CPAC

The conservative movement is not the alt-right, and never will be.

by × March 14, 2017 × 1 comment

Opinion

Column: Gun issue is not so simple

For as long as guns have been around, society has been debating the issue of gun control. Guns are weapons that make it easy for anyone to harm another, whether it be an animal, an intruder or an innocent. Guns are not only seen as weapons but as a right guaranteed to the American people by the Constitution, which seems to place guns on a pedestal; it is important not to forget that guns can and are meant to cause harm to whatever is in front of them, whether it is a target, a deer or a burglar.

by × March 27, 2013 × 19 comments

Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: Why I am a liberal, a response

Having lived my entire life in Massachusetts, one might suggest that my political leanings are a product of my environment — full disclosure:  I’m a Democrat — considering the Commonwealth’s long-standing reputation as a liberal stronghold. Every two to four years, however, my hometown of Whitman (home of the chocolate […]

by × April 19, 2012 × 0 comments

Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Letter: Why I am a conservative

Having lived my entire life in Massachusetts, my conservative political beliefs have been examined under a high-resolution microscope by those around me for quite some time, for the simple reason that conservatives are a rarity in these parts. Many New Englanders have their views of conservatives shaped by liberal educators, […]

by × April 12, 2012 × 2 comments