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How Malcolm Nichols Will Transform Massachusetts

How The Newly-Elected Harbor Follower Will Change the Nation

 

Concord, Massachusetts- Just recently elected Harbor Party member Malcolm Nichols is a very smart man, but is he smart enough, and powerful enough, to take over State Street and transform our entire nation? The Boston Herald tackles this latest debate.
Although the Harbor Party failed to win the first vote to recreate the United States of America, the party is still on it's feet, and Malcolm Nichols himself stated that the loss is only a "Minor setback that should be able to be put behind us rather quickly." Whether this will happen should be discovered sometime within the up-and-coming months as the party begins to enter a cool-down phase from it's recent frenzy on State Street.
However, we are trailing away from the debate. The idea that Department of the Interior cabinet member will be able to transform Massachusetts is an interesting one. He has already established the CMS Constitution as a exhibit at the new Charlestown Naval Mueseum, and has come up with the idea of building a "Freedom Trail" with several monuments that represent American Freedom. Nichols has already begun transforming the Commonwealth of Massachusetts into the United States of America, State of Massachusetts. With likely many more ideas on the way, Malcolm Nichols is only just getting started on the road to the New United States. The question, unfortunately, that every single person in government has asked him is what if the other nations say no? After all, all three nations are in fantastic political, economical, and social positions as well as cultural. Unfortunately, the government has not been very revealing of their actions as of late and this information is the maximum the federal's have revealed.

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Changes in Government Structure Put Into Effect

Boston, Massachusetts- Today in the federal government, the Legislature approved a change in governments at the city, state, and federal level. First off, they took the 30 states of the nation and divided them into two, Maine and Massachusetts. Second, the state government will consist of the Senate and House of Representatives, as well as the Executive, then a state judical. The cities will have the Senate, Executive, and a city judicial branch. The new government will be put into effect on Tuesday.

On this map it shows the three branches of government. The largest of changes is in the Legislative branch. It is now divided into the Congress and the House of Representatives. The Congress 15 representatives from each state are elected to two year terms with no term limit. The House of Representatives has 10 representatives from each state who are elected to 2 year terms as well, but with a 4 term limit. The Executive branch remained the same for the most part besides the addition of Independent Agencies. The Judicial Branch is now divided upon the federal level, state level, and city level judicials.
Going along with a similar topic, the President was recently given a 2 term limit and the Vice President would take over following his death or his resignation. For extra protection the President has been admitted personal transportation vehicles, the plane known as Air One, ship Marine One, and land vehicle Terra One.

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Hurricane Georgia Hits the Coast

 

Gloucester, Massachusetts-  A new situation for the people of Massachusetts arose yesterday as meteorologist's across the nation, as well as the rest of the East Coast, tell the nations about Hurricane Georgia, a newly formed hurricane now ripping through the East Coast and coming up quickly to Massachusetts.

The Hurricane continues to move up the coast, and has already hit Bay State cities such as Nantucket, Falmouth, New Bedford, and Brockton, as well as the southern outskirts of Boston. Although not the worst hurricane that has hit Massachusetts, the nation is attempting to recover after already over one million dollars of repair costs, as well as hundreds of injuries. People are being recovered and brought to hospitals in Boston and Augusta by planes in the Air Squadron and ships in the navy, including the CMS Victoria, Constellation, Lou, and Columbia.

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New Planes Issued to Air Force, Stored in Auburn

 

Auburn, Maine:  After a recent legislation was passed, The Massachusetts Federal Government ordered the restoration of old World War I biwings, to be stored at the Auburn Air Base in Auburn, Maine. The planes, following rectoration processes, will be painted blue and gold, the colors of the nation of Massachusetts. The one-seater planes pilots-in-training have been practicing in similar planes in and around the Bay of Fundy, by Nova Scotia. The exact amount of planes being restored is unknown exactly, however multiple non-running and no engined ones have been put for sale, and donated by the state, in fact, one is even being put up in the Boston Smithsonian. The planes will definetly provide much work for new and old engineers as they have no trouble finding jobs in our modern society.

As new pilots are trained, expierenced ones are being brought along to teach the skills, and some are given the honor of flying the planes in the Force. What makes this even better, is that with the new planes, it is providing hundreds of jobs in the engineering and piloting categories as well as mechanics, which in turn gives already working citizens raises and provides the people with better quality living in the nation.

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New Act Passed, Gun Rights Required

 

Boston, Massachusetts-The top headline in all newspapers today is most likely the most ambitious desicion the government has made as of late. The highly debated topic has come to a close as Republican representatives won the vote for gun rights in Act 1 of our Constitution.

 

All, no matter the religion or race or belief, shall have the right to bear arms. So long as these men do not mame another man's rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

 

Stated in Act One, of 19xx. The democrat's side of the story is that these arms will cause more crime and our country will be destroyed by the people inside it, while the republicans have a completely different side of the story, which is, unfortunately for the democrats, the more accurate prediction. Now, all men have the guarunteed right to defend themself if nessesary. However, the next article states-

 

If one is committed of a serious crime in which he or she is required to have a parole officer, they may not come in contact with a weapon until the officer states they are safe with them.

 

Fully automatic weapons are banned, likely because of the Fenway Bombing and Shooting a couple of months ago, however there are other factors, such as the March on Plymouth, the Western Dangers, etcetera. Our modern world is in need of a government that has the ability to delegate, and represent, and be productive. And this government is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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Massachusetts "Best Place to Live"

Somerville, Massachusetts- After the recent travels of a Somerville resident all around the planet, she wrote about her travels and ranked the 10 "best places to live" in the world, counting from number ten to one.
 
10. American Commonwealth
9. Persia
8. Poland[/size]
7. Confederate States of America
6. Mexico
5. Denmark
4. United Kingdom
3. Second Spanish Empire
2. Kingdom of Ireland
1. Commonwealth of Massachusetts
 
She had, thankfully, had multiple discussions with many different people living in the nations and their expierences as citizens. She had stated in her final "essay" the following-
 
"The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a melting pot of many cultures and beliefs. The strong Christian religion and the true patriotism, even for a nation that is not on modern maps, is amazing. The economy is thriving while many nations crumble as their people do not have money to buy bread. Here, many people may easily afford a suit, or a nice hat for even less then half the price of others. The geography is astounding as there are mountains in the west and gourgeous coastlines in the east."
 
The spread of the word about the great nation is sure to bring many immigrants and tourists to the nation, which is definetly assisting in bringing in the dollars rather quickly. The number one problem in the nation, for sure, is whether or not to begin the printing of a national currency or continue using the rather valuable but common United States Dollar. Harbor party members are sure to go for the USD, however other parties may think differently. She, meaning the author of the piece, has resided in Boston for 18 of her 26 years of life, when at age eight she imigrated from the (old) United Kingdom as World War I began taking a large effect on her nation. Thankfully, the United States of America granted her family citizenship just before the death of the government, which led to the Commonwealth granting her family full citizenship of the new nation of Massachusetts. She attended the Boston Academy of Science and got a bachelors degree in Health Science before working in the field with an average wage. Her recent travels were part of a project to study various diseases in most nations of the world, and in her spare time decided to work on assisting the human race in finding the perfect place to set up shop. She stuck with her nation, and headed back 3 years after heading off.

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Massachusetts Prints Money, as National Currency

 

Springfield, Massachusetts: The government, yesterday, formally announced the beginning of the printing of the Massachusetts Dollar, the Commonwealth's National Currency. After a 2-month-long competition between men, women, and children all across the nation, the government decided on the one right for the Commonwealth. On the back, it features the USS Constitution, as well as the 5 other frigates approved in the Naval Act of 1794. On the front, the person changes. On the 1 dollar is John Hancock, who signed the United States Declaration of Independence. On the 5 dollar, the feature is John Quincy Adams, and on the 10 is John Adams. There are more, of course, with most going up by intervals of 5, however occasionally jumping up by 10, 20, or even 50. The highest dollar being printed is the 100,000 dollar, which features James Madison.

People all across the nation, since our independence, have been using mostly US Dollar, however many other currencies are used such as Shilling, which is the second most commonly used in the country. However, now citizens can exchange for the nation's currency at the Boston National Bank, or the Boston Public Library, among others.

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Witch Trials Remembered in Recent Prosecution

 
Fitchburg, Massachusetts- The recent prosecution of a 67-year-old female in Fitchburg is sure to bring memories of the Salem Witch Trials of the 1690s. Sister Abigail Sands of the Fitchburg Catholic Orphanage was recently accused of Witchcraft, and apparently the case was enough to bring to court and soon, led to the first prosecution of witchcraft in over 200 years. The sister, as stated by the prosecutor, "possessed incredible, supernatural, skill when caught burying the body of a fellow nun," The fellow nun was supposedly Sister Sarah Andres, who went missing 72 hours prior to the accusation. The trial then went to Springfield court, where a 'superstitious' judge agreed with the attacking side. Abigail Sands was also recently stripped of her position on the Orphanage. It is unknown what the charge is, however it is confirmed that the charge will be somewhere from 20 years to execution.

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