Monthly Archives: October 2011

Perry Launches

Rick Perry launched a pretty hard attack on the Mittster yesterday, hitting him on the flip-flop issue, as well as on health care and the individual mandate. Should lead to an interesting Republican debate tonight at Dartmouth. Perry is sinking … Continue reading

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More Spending, But Who Pays?

Mitt Romney gave a foreign policy speech at The Citadel last week, advocating for a much more activist foreign policy. Aside from the buzzwords the Romney speech was woefully short of details. But maybe foreign policy can be discussed in … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs

The death of Steve Jobs of Apple is a tremendous loss for the country. There has been extensive media coverage of Jobs since his death, with great emphasis on his brilliance. Jobs was indeed brilliant, but there was more to … Continue reading

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No Runs, No Hits, No Errors

I watched the livestream of the Democratic debate at the University of Massachusetts Lowell last night and I was very impressed. I was happy to see a couple of Methuen students on the panel, including my friend Eunice Delice, who … Continue reading

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Chris Christie Out

The Washington Post is reporting that Chris Christie will announce this morning that he is not running for President. A new poll put out this morning showed Christie in fourth place in the Republican field, but that is academic now. … Continue reading

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Brown, Warren in Dead Heat

A new UMass Lowell Public Opinion Center survey shows Senator Scott Brown in a dead heat with Elizabeth Warren in the U.S. Senate race coming next year. The survey also looked at the Democratic primary, and finds Elizabeth Warren alone … Continue reading

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The Empire Strikes Back

Mitt Romney has been all over Texas Governor Rick Perry since the Perry campaign rollout, hitting him on Social Security, while leaving it to the other candidates to take bites out of him on other issues. Now Romney is back … Continue reading

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