NPR: Mass. Revolt and Obama’s Agenda


The January 20 broadcast of NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook has a very obvious double meaning: Massachusetts Revolt and Mass Revolt.  NPR is soooooo clever.  Good to know that my tax dollars are not being wasted.
So, does NPR consider the election of ostensibly conservative Republican Scott Brown to the Senate seat owned (as in “bought and [...]

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A Bridge Too Far? Meltdown with Keith Olbermann Part 28


In his hysteria over the Democrats losing “the Kennedy Seat” on Tuesday, Keith Olbermann, like Mary Jo Kopechne’s chauffeur, may have gone a bridge too far.
While there is no doubt that NBC (over) pays Olbermann  to be provocative and to be outrageously leftwing to fill a (shrinking) market niche; it will be interesting to see [...]

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Massachusetts to Obama: ‘No, You Can’t!’


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Brown’s astonishing win gives America a new lease on life.

Scott Brown Beats Martha Coakley – WSJ.com


‘It is to me a new and consolatory proof that wherever the people are well-informed they can be trusted with their own government; that whenever things get so far wrong as to attract their notice, they may be relied on to set them to rights.” —Thomas Jefferson to Richard Price, January 8, 1789. Two hundred […]

Jeff Jacoby: Reclaiming the People’s Seat – The Boston Globe


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 […]

Democrats Brace for Possibility of Tailspin Over Health Care Bill – FOXNews.com


Democrats are still sounding resolute, but are bracing for the worst if a special election in Massachusetts puts a Republican in the Senate and the health insurance bill in peril. Congressional Democrats are meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday, but the acrimony is starting to reveal itself as Democrats speak more and more […]

A Massachusetts Miracle?


APTOPIX Kennedy Successor Brown

Can Republican Scott Brown pull an upset in the Bay State?

Chris Matthews Panics, Plays The Religion Card Reminding Voters Brown Protestant, Coakley Catholic


I must have missed the memo, but exactly when did liberals begin caring about religion?
It appears the Democrats are throwing out all stops in an effort to defeat Scott Brown and retain control of “Ted’s seat.” No insult, ridicule or  smear is too low to stoop. Earlier this weekend Chris Matthews fretted the Democrats might not [...]

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If It’s Close In Massachusetts, Expect ACORN To Lead Vote Fraud Effort


Perhaps there’s some hope after all for America after the national suicide attempt in November 2008 that led to the election of the disastrous radical leftist Barack Obama as president.
By electing Republican Scott Brown as the 41st Senate vote against ObamaCare, voters in Massachusetts –of all places– have an opportunity on Tuesday to turn back the [...]

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Ramesh Ponnuru: Why the GOP Shouldn’t Get Too Confident – Time.com


Republicans can hardly believe their good fortune. First, Democratic Senator Byron Dorgan of North Dakota announced that he would not run for re-election, giving Republicans a good shot at taking his seat. Then the Democratic governor of Colorado, Bill Ritter, said he was bowing out. Ditto the Democrats’ top candidate for governor in Michigan. And […]