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SEPTEMBER 2020 BOSTON BROADSIDE PRINTED EDITION

Some of the stories in the 32-page packed SEPT. 2020 Edition now on select new stands or in the mail to our subscribers:

A Tale of Two Americas – (Republican vs. Dem. Vision) by Grace Vuoto

Flu Vaccine Requirements Stir Controversy by Beth Guidry Hoffman

American Policing: Reform or Revolution by Dennis Galvin

Amerika in the Making by Warren P. Russo

Radical Democrats Unopposed Would Destroy America for All – by Atty. Robert Snider

GUN TALK: The True Cost of Your First Handgun by Paul Young www.RatherBeShooting.com

GUN TALK: Massachusetts Second Amendment Tyranny by John P. Costa and Frances L. Costa, Owners/Manager/Members The Gunnrunner LLC, Middleborough, Mass. THE ONLY GUNSTORE THAT NEVER CLOSED in the “non-essential” shutdown”

Ask Erin – Q: What’s a Conservative Student to Do in a Toxic, Liberal State? by Erin Leone

Remarks by President Trump Announcing the Normalization of Relations Between Israel and the United Arab Emirates

United Cape Patriots Endorses Ron Beaty for Barnstable County Commissioner

McMahon Launches Online Petition Against “Police Reform Bill”

Massachusetts Republican Jewish Committee Recommends President Donald J. Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize

CANDIDATE PROFILES: Mass.
Elizabeth Harris
Matt Kelly
Julie Hall

CANDIDATE PROFILES: N.H.
Robert J. Elliot
John Janigian
Rosemary Russell

IN REMEMBERANCE: JOHN O’MARA, A Tiger in the Conservative Movement (and a great supporter of The Broadside, who helped grow the paper in our early years) – reprint, by Ted Tripp

Sued by Not Silenced – Americans for Peace and Tolerance

Catholics ‘READ ALL ABOUT IT’ Unborn Rights Matter – by Alex Vital

Incremental Islam – Part 5 – by Jane Bate and Bryan Hermansdorfer

75th Anniversary of the End of World War II – Sept 2, 1945 by Ted Tripp

Squealing for Pork, Part 14 ($542 million so far) by Ted Tripp

Ed Markey and Joseph P. Kennedy II: A Record of Failure by Kevin O’Connor

Massachusetts Bail Fund, Inc. – ‘Free Them All’ by Ted Tripp

Opposing the Culture War Against Our Way of Lifeby Adam Lange – UnitedCapePatriots.com

Constitutional Snippetsby Catherine White

Behavioral Masking of School Children – 2020 (Masking of Personalties, Intelligence, and Free Thought) by Kevin Hall

Columns by syndicated columnists:
Patrick J. Buchanan
Walter E. Williams
Michelle Malkin
Betsy McCaughey
Ann Coulter
Jim Daly – Focus on the Family

AND MANY, MANY MORE ARTICLES, COLUMNS, GUEST COLUMNS, LETTERS, and advertisements from the best businesses that support the only mass-distributed non-liberal newspaper in New England.

AND, your letters to the editor and guest columns!

One Reply to “SEPTEMBER 2020 BOSTON BROADSIDE PRINTED EDITION

  1. The historic defeat at the polls of Joey Kennedy is a great thing. I’ll vote for Mr. O’Connor in November. The years of sub-standard and uncaring constituent services by he and his dad was remembered at the polls yesterday. To many people, the Kennedy’s are more known for scandal and arrogance rather than politics these days. A victory for little Joey would have meant decades of having a U.S. Senator acting as a celebrity rather than a public servant. Markey has been in elected politics for a half century. He is out of touch. Notice how the Kennedy and Markey ads never mentioned struggling working class people. They never mentioned working class people who can’t afford housing in the Boston area. I hope that Mr. O”Connor has tv and radio ads . I’m voting for O’Connor. Hopefully he will get many Independent and dis-enchanted moderate Democrats to vote for him.

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