Monthly Archives: May 2010

Obama Takes Heat From Left

President Obama, as the BP Oil spill crisis continues, is taking heat from both the left and the right, with James Carville demanding more attention and a tougher line from the White House. The political fallout continues, and the President … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Message From the President

The President delivers his Memorial Day Message.

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Bruce Tarr on the Probation Mess

Jim Braude on the Probation Department imbroligio, with Senator Bruce Tarr and Michael Goldman. The tug of war over this Department continues, with the Probation Chief suspended, and competing interests in a political war over the proper solution to the … Continue reading

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Patrick Widens Lead

Suffolk University’s latest poll of the Massachusetts Governor’s race confirms some of the trend lines apparent from the last Rasmussen survey, showing Governor Deval Patrick widening his lead over Charlie Baker and Tim Cahill. From the Suffolk press release: In … Continue reading

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Drill Baby Drill- President Forms Commission on BP Oil Spill

President Obama used his weekly talk to announce the formation of a commission to study the massive oil spill unleashed by BP. He announced that Republican Bill Reilly, a former EPA head, and Democrat Bob Graham, the former Governor of … Continue reading

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Rand Paul on Defense

Tea Party favorite Rand Paul was a huge winner in the Kentucky Republican Senate primary, trouncing the favored candidate of established Republicans by a wide margin. His victory has been heralded as a rebuke to the political class and a … Continue reading

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Toomey v Sestak in PA

Yes Joe Sestak did indeed bump Arlen Specter out in PA, which leads to a very interesting final campaign in November, with Republican Pat Toomey waiting in the wings for Sestak. This should be an interesting race, with the candidates … Continue reading

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