Massachusetts on Townhall

Heather Ginsberg - Sun Feb 3

Jeff Jacoby - Wed Jan 9

"Civility" was a popular buzzword last year when then-Senator Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren signed a much-hyped "People's Pledge" to keep third-party advertising out of their rapidly escalating US Senate contest. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Thu Dec 27

Say what you want about Senator John Kerry, nobody ever called him lazy. He landed in Congress and immediately rolled up his sleeves and spat on his hands. ... more

Katie Pavlich - Fri Dec 21

Bob Barr - Tue Dec 11

The Nanny State is crawling under the hood of your car. The Obama Administration has recently approved a request by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requiring auto manufacturers to install “Event Data Recorders” (EDRs) -- commonly referred to as “black boxes” -- on every new car sold in the United States starting September 2014. ... more

Jeff Jacoby - Tue Nov 13

WHEN WHITTAKER CHAMBERS broke with the Communist Party, he mournfully declared that he knew he was "leaving the winning side for the losing side." Compared with today's Massachusetts GOP, Chambers was a cockeyed optimist. ... more

Kathryn Lopez - Sat Nov 10

"Why was Chris Matthews on the dais?" This remains the most frequently asked question I get about the presidential election. It refers to the Al Smith dinner, an annual event that raises money for Catholic charities, (many of which are threatened by Obama administration policies), just weeks before the big day. Both presidential candidates attended the dinner, hosted by the Archdiocese of New York. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Tue Oct 16

Do Americans want to make Barack Obama a one-term president so that they can replace him with a one-term governor? My biggest beef with Mitt Romney is that he won his way into the statehouse in Boston in 2002 only to use it as a perch to run for the White House in 2008. He didn't run for re-election. ... more

Jeff Jacoby - Sun Oct 7

Twice Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren have faced off in televised debates, and twice the Massachusetts Senate candidates traded blows over Warren's claim to American Indian ancestry within seconds of the opening bell. ... more

Jeff Jacoby - Fri Sep 28

"I've never been intimidated by anyone," John Silber once told me. "I don't know the meaning of the word." ... more

John Hawkins - Fri Sep 21

This year, most people have been focused on the Romney vs. Obama race, but there is also a battle going on for control of the Senate. ... more

Massachusetts - Fri Sep 21

Scott Brown raised Elizabeth Warren's Native American claims in their first debate. ... more



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