IT REALLY is the people’s seat, and yesterday the people took it back. But in electing Scott Brown instead of Martha Coakley to replace the late Ted Kennedy in the US Senate, Massachusetts voters did more than hand the GOP its most improbable and thrilling come-from-behind victory in a generation. They did more than embrace […]
Earlier today, I published a YouTube video that showed a woman handing out blank absentee forms. It was a sign that something fishy may be going on in Massachusetts.
Well, in the last hour or so, more reports have surfaced that should be reason for concern. Election Journal reports, for instance, that “reports are pouring in [...]
“Buckle up — let’s get some stuff done,” one White House staffer said Obama’s response will be in the event of a Brown victory today in Massachusetts. Politico reports:
President Barack Obama plans a combative response if, as White House aides fear, Democrats lose Tuesday’s special Senate election in Massachusetts, close advisers say.
“This is not a [...]
President Obama carefully weighed his options this weekend. On the front of his desk were The Health of Obamacare and The Health of Haiti. On this day, our president judged Obamacare to be in more urgent need of his surgical superintendency. Haiti can Waiti. At this point, he had already dispatched Hillary, and he has [...]
This morning on MSNBC’s Morning Joe show, as Chris Matthews reported his conversation with Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos that the GOP’s Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley by “double-digits” in the “Bellweather areas” of Massachusetts, audible gasps of “Oh, my God” are loudly heard on the MSNBC set.
The bellweather areas last night were double digit for Brown so [...]
Today is the day that Americans commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. King was a real American hero. Without his passion and commitment to racial equality and justice, it would have undoubtedly taken African Americans many years more to be treated equally. In the end, he paid the ultimate price for holding the very American [...]
Mike Urbonas was waving blue-and-red campaign signs for Democrat Martha Coakley yesterday in downtown Melrose, hoping to give the campaign a jolt and help derail her surging Republican opponent, Scott Brown. via Running scared, running hard – The Boston Globe.