I'm a Freetown native, a product of public schools and a graduate of UMass Amherst. I also graduated from the U.S. Army's Military Police school, and was honorably discharged from the Massachusetts National Guard. I was later the founder of a weekly newspaper, and worked as a journalist for several other publications. I served as Freetown selectman, and as a delegate to the Republican state convention. I worked in the world of business and sales for a number of years. I started in radio with Boston Herald Radio, and now I'm here on WBSM, combining my experience in the military, politics and the business world to bring you discussion and debate every weekday morning from 10 a.m. to noon.
Why I Chose to Broadcast the Impeachment Hearings [OPINION]
I'm fortunate enough to have a radio program on the air at this moment in history.
The Destruction of Joe Biden by Democrats [OPINION]
The hearings to impeach President Trump are a flogging of Joe Biden. I can’t believe the House Democrats aren’t smart enough to see what they're doing to Biden.
Ross Grace, Jr. Is the Big New Bedford Election Story [OPINION]
Ross Grace, Jr. ran for the New Bedford School Committee and he almost won. In fact, he did win numerous precincts against a field of qualified incumbents.
Run, Deval, Run! Another President from Massachusetts [OPINION]
All the major political media is reporting former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is considering seeking the Democratic Party nomination for president.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to the Rescue? [OPINION]
Republican Charlie Baker is the most popular governor in the United States. He is also the answer for lots of people looking for a political champion.
An Education for Local Candidates [OPINION]
In light of the recent local elections in Massachusetts, I have put together a few resources for potential candidates. Electioneering is a science and a skill.
Parting Thoughts for Failed Political Candidates [OPINION]
Some of the local candidates have asked me what they should do now to remain relevant and to make them a better candidate in the future.
Massachusetts’ Municipal Mayhem on Marijuana [OPINION]
The 2016 voters approved the use of recreational marijuana by adults in the Commonwealth. The voters rebelled against the federal government's pot prohibition.
Congratulations, You Lost the Election [OPINION]
It takes guts and a strong ego to run for a locally elected position in government. Lots of people complain, but they don't challenge the power structure.
The Election Day Bullet Can Be Decisive in the City [OPINION]
Over the years, the bullet voter has had far more of an impact than the donors on the results of elections.