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OPINION | Barry Richard: NB Women To March, But Why?
Women from across the fruited plain will march tomorrow to mark the one year anniversary of the of the women's march on Washington D.C. last year to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump. You remember the event, it's the one where women wearing pink hats, looking like a vagina…
[Richard] Pro-Lifers Deserve Equal Time from Media
Pro-Life advocates from across the fruited plain are converging on the nation's capitol for the National ‘March For Life.’ Tomorrow's event is the 44th annual march and organizers are calling on the news media to give them the kind of coverage that the recent ‘M…
Brian’s Beat: Sticking Up for Trump [Poll]
Forced to bite the bullet and stand by Barry Richard's man, for an hour, and to a precious radio audience, I had to hold my nose and stick up for Donald Trump. Good thing there's no video.
Honestly, I can't support either main stream candidate...
Dave Kane on Abortion [VIDEO]
Dave Kane is filling in for Taylor Cormier this week. Today was his final day, and a caller got into a heated argument with him over a sensitive subject.
Pope to Congress: Nations Should Not Fear Foreigners
Pope Francis is urging U.S. lawmakers to embrace immigration.
Addressing a deeply divided U.S. Congress, the Pontiff said nations should not fear foreigners. He added, "Most of us were once foreigners." That line was a crowd-pleaser for Democrats...
Mass. Officials Will Seek New Buffer Zone Rules
Massachusetts officials who support protest-free zones around abortion clinics say they will try to craft new rules in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
The justices unanimously ruled Thursday that the state's 35-foot buffer zone violated the First Amendment rights of protesters...
Coakley in D.C. for Abortion Buffer Zone Hearings
Attorney General Martha Coakley says she's proud of her office's defense before the U.S. Supreme Court of the 35-foot protest-free zone outside Massachusetts abortion clinics.
Coakley was in Washington for the arguments Wednesday by two of her assistants...

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