Eight Political Predictions for 2016

New Boston Post | January 4, 2016 2016 is finally here.  And, although much can change between now and the Iowa caucuses (February 1) and New Hampshire primary (February 9), below are eight political predictions based on presidential campaign history and the current...

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Holder a Hypocrite on Immigration

  Boston Herald | Thursday, July 17, 2014 | Op-Ed Eric Holder practically weeps for the unaccompanied Latin American children who, for the past two years, have streamed across our unprotected southern border. "How we treat those in need, particularly young people...

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Americans Split by Dignity Gap

Boston Herald | Op-ed | June 24, 2014 Americans, it is often said, are divided along numerous lines: Ideological, economic, and religious — to name a few. We wring our hands over racial disparities and income disparities, and we talk endlessly about gender gaps,...

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The Whole World is Laughing

Boston Herald | Op-ed | March 25, 2014 At the 1988 Republican National Convention, a conservative Hispanic group sold T-shirts mocking the Democratic nominee, Massachusetts Gov. Mike Dukakis, as weak on foreign policy. The T-shirt featured a cartoon of communist...

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“Advocates for ‘change’ are, inevitably, frustrated with our deliberately inefficient government. And so when they do not get their way, they complain that the system is ‘broken.’ But it is not. This is how it is supposed to work. Gridlock prevents the majority from running roughshod over the minority. Gridlock ensures that dissenting voices are heard. Gridlock forces compromise — often painful compromise, but compromise nonetheless”

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