Jan 14: New Hampshire…The Boys of the GOP love it and leave it!
Jan 14th, 2012 by Sam

Tony Schinella, 2012-01-14-samantha-clemens-tony-schinella-primaries.Mp3

Poor New Hampshire sits alone atop Massachusetts with nothing to show for her love affair with the boys of the GOP. The Granite State, which was once the focus of attention for the country’s most eligible candidates, sits quietly in her room with no date to the prom and memories of the greatest time in her young life.

Now as the boys of the GOP run to the arms of South Carolina, the Palmetto State looks forward to the attention she’s about to receive. SC knows what’ll happen. Just like New Hampshire and Iowa before her, she’ll be alone with a broken heart, only to pick up the pieces left behind.


Maybe she can learn from the other states. Maybe she doesn’t need the “safe” Mitt Romney to be her number one man. Maybe Newt Gingrich will be her guy. I’m sure all the things written about him in the girls bathroom aren’t true. Nobody could be that cruel. Right?

How about Jon Huntsman, Rick Santorum or Ron Paul? Will they be honest about their feelings or will they tell her what she wants to hear just so they can get a little action?

Maybe she can get the incredibly handsome Rick Perry to stop playing X-box and smoking weed for a few minutes to show her a little love. Maybe.

The one thing South Carolina knows is that she’ll never end up like New Hampshire. She knows it’ll be love this time. She know she’ll have a date to the prom. She just knows it.

**To help us understand the tale of New Hampshire and South Carolina,’s Tony Schinella will be on The Samantha Clemens Show this Saturday at 10am on The Revolution Boston AM 1510 and**

Listener lines will be open. Be sure to call Samantha at 617 237 1234 to get your voice heard!

Nov 12: Cain and Perry’s Fate and the Granite State Update!
Nov 12th, 2011 by Sam

Part 1: Samantha sez:


Part 2: Granite State Update with Tony Schinella:


Once upon a time there were Perry and Cain,
Whose outlooks on the world were kind of insane.
One guy likes the chicks,
While the other’s brain is on the fritz,
And it’s Newt’s poll numbers that did gain.

Join Samantha this Saturday at 10am for The Samantha Clemens Show as she talks politics and the latest GOP debate!

Also, Tony Schinella joins Samantha as he gives an update of the latest political happening north of the border on The Granite State Update!

Sep 10: To Be or Not To Be…
Sep 10th, 2011 by Sam

To Be or Not To Be…To execute murders or Not to Execute murders, that will be tomorrow’s question as Tony Schinella fills in for Samantha Clemens.

Tony welcomes David Barron, Kentucky lawyer and Billerica, MA native who has made a career of defending death row inmates. David will give his views on the death penalty and Rick Perry’s debate comments.


Tony welcomes Marc Fortier, the New Hampshire Regional Editor for He and Tony will mix it over primary politics in the Granite State.

Make sure you listen to Tony Schinella on Saturday from 10-11am, only on AM 1510 and

Sep 11: 9/11, books burning, and the primaries
Sep 11th, 2010 by Sam


9/11: how does the memory of 9/11 compare to other tragic moments in history? pearl harbor, JFK, Martin Luther King… do any other moments have the same resonance?

Book burning: is burning the Koran the same as cartoons of Mohammed? Why not? Why didn’t we have the same outcry for the cartoons? In fact, there were Facebook groups and movements for people to make more cartoons. What’s the difference?

Democracy in action: Tony Schinella, editor of, moderated the debate between Barney Frank and Rachel Scott. Amazing he agreed to it. Amazing to listen to it. Tony tells us how it went.

Video: Barney Frank debates Rachel Brown

Texas evangelist says ‘100 percent’ that Quran-burning is off Saturday

Press freedom threatened

Jun 12: Tony Schinella talks Sharron, Nikki, Carly, and Meg; plus thoughts on BP
Jun 12th, 2010 by Sam


Tony Schinella of www. joins us to discuss the mid-term primaries last Tuesday.  Sharron Angle (Nevada – Senate)  and Nikki Haley (South Carolina – Governor) were tea-party approved while Blanche Lincoln (Arkansas – Senate), Carly Fiorina (California – Senate) and Meg Whitman (California – Governor) were endorsed by the mainstream Republican leadership.

What conclusions can we draw from this?  Will the voters find the tea party candidates too extreme in the general elections next November?  Doest his bode well for Democrats?

And, what about the latest weird thing from South Carolina: Alvin Greene?

“I’m the Democratic Party nominee,” Greene says in the interview at his father’s home on a lonely stretch of rural highway in central South Carolina. “The people have spoken. The people of South Carolina have spoken. The people of South Carolina have spoken. We have to be pro-South Carolina. The people of South Carolina have spoken. We have to be pro-South Carolina.”

Jan 23: Senator I’m Hot (so are my daughters) Brown???
Jan 21st, 2010 by Sam

Tony Schinella of will join us to talk about…

  • Senate Race:  What the hell happened????
  • Electing by photos only! Now that corporations can spend as much as they want, let’s just take the wind out of their sales and vote strictly by photo – turns out it’s just as reliable as the entire election process.  Let’s GO FOR IT!
  • Palin/Brown in 2012???
  • and a report on the emerging Scott Brown birther movement….

And what about….

  • Moral Hazard and Bankruptcies – if banks are walking away from their debt, and businesses are walking away from their debt, why shouldn’t individuals walk away from their debt too? (and if they can’t, then shouldn’t we make the bankers pay too)
  • The Know Nothings from the mid 1800s and our (loveable) Tea Partiers: You wouldn’t believe the similarities!
  • Avatar: Liberal Plot to convert our children to sin and degradation? Cynical ‘something for everyone’ to get every single person on the planet to buy a ticket? Eye-rolling fairytail pandering to white men who always get to be (seem to need to be) the hero saving the savages and getting the girl.


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