The Information Center – The Biggest Increase in Gun Ownership is among Women

  Leading in with some numbers this week, US Border Patrol and Homeland Security confirm that since Donald Trump has become president the number of illegal aliens attempting to cross the border has dropped by 40% and the number of arrests of those who do make it across is way up. To most Americans this […]

The Information Center – Does President Trump Have Supernatural Powers Too?

  President Trump has been in the news a lot this week but we’ll get to his political and policy activities right after this amazing news: Who knew that the President had such talents and abilities?  It seems he has powers beyond the average human. While he might not be able to leap tall buildings […]

The Information Center – Gratitude for our Volunteers and Pride in America’s Youth

  Some have stated that there is the feeling among many that the St. Patrick’s Day/Evacuation Day parade is losing steam, as far as crowd interest is concerned. But, social media would indicate otherwise. The South Boston Allied War Veteran’s Council has a website (southbostonparade.org) and has posted the route for this year’s procession. We […]

Information Center – President Trump, Fake News and a Dishonest Media

  “The fake news media isn’t my enemy; they are the enemy of the American people.” This quote, as we all know, came from President Trump late last week. It’s a quote that got massive attention, as soon as it was tweeted out, and it’s one that has members of the mainstream media in shock. […]

The Information Center – Some Watched the ‘Grammys’, Others Watched Snow Melt

    Did you watch the ‘Grammys last Sunday? The numbers of viewers are in and they are even lower than they were for last year. The viewership continues to decline. Don’t get me wrong, there are still lots of people who tune into these celebrity award shows and that’s fine, to each their own. […]

The Information Center – Some Final Thoughts on Super Bowl LI

    Overshadowing all the events taking place in Washington, the rest of the country and around the world – at least as far as people in New England are concerned (and yes, maybe the folks in Atlanta too) – is of course last Sunday’s Super Bowl. So, for this week and maybe just a […]

The Information Center – Protestors and their Selective Compassion

    As Americans, the majority of us understand and cherish our First Amendment rights, which certainly include the right to protest, if we believe something is not as it should be. But many of us have a difficult time believing in the sincerity of some of those protesting, as of late. I call it […]

The Information Center: “America First” – Is There a Problem with This?

               As someone who did not vote for Donald Trump in the primaries, I’m sure glad I did so in the final election. That was reinforced in a big way listening to his speech at the Inauguration last Friday. And that, along with his main campaign slogan of “Make America Great Again”, had millions […]

The Information Center – Depicting Cops as Pigs was wrong in the 60’s and still is today

  It was amazing watching the activity taking place in the Halls of Congress last week. A member of the Congressional Black Caucus put up, in a public area of the building, not his own office, but a painting depicting police officers as pigs. That’s right – pigs wearing police uniforms were attacking people in […]

The Information Center – Dear Hollywood Celebs: No one cares what you think. By John Ciccone

  Let’s have a show of hands.  How many readers out there have had enough of Hollywood’s so called elites and their preaching speeches during their award shows? From the feedback we get here, the thousands of postings flooding social media sites all over the country, and in public forums pretty much everywhere, it seems […]