Monthly Archives: October 2012

Mourdock's Outrageous Comments on Rape

Candidate for U.S. Senate in Indiana Richard Mourdock issued some controversial statements during a debate with his opponent. He said that even where a pregnancy occurred due to rape it was likely God’s will. From the Detroit Free Press: ‚ÄúLife … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren Visits Methuen

Elizabeth Warren visited Methuen yesterday, stopping at Mann’s and greeting a big group of supporters, and accepting the endorsements of Mayor Steve Zanni and Rep. Linda Campbell. It was great to see Elizabeth in Methuen, talking about helping the middle … Continue reading

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The Big Debate

I had a great time debating Al DiNuccio on AM Jive this morning, with Jamie Atkinson, George Scione, and Seth Graham. Getting a Republican to agree that Obama Care was good legislation has to be considered a feather in my … Continue reading

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The Foreign Policy Debate

The third and final debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was held last night. The full debate is below. Polling showed that the President “won” the debate, and I do agree. But what else, if anything, was at play? … Continue reading

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Suffolk in Ohio

David Paleologos and Suffolk University today released a new poll on the very key swing state of Ohio. Suffolk has this race in a dead heat at 47% each. Suffolk does not have an earlier Ohio poll to compare with, … Continue reading

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Gallup on Party Sampling

Frank Newport, the editor in chief at Gallup, talks about his latest national tracking survey, which shows Mitt Romney with a national 7 point lead. At about the six minute mark Newport talks about how surveys deal with “party identification” … Continue reading

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Not One of Us. Firewall Ohio Part Two

As mentioned in the earlier post President Obama is in a tight battle in Ohio. He will not be leaving any weapons in the drawer. Below is his latest ad in Ohio, which closes by saying that Mitt Romney is … Continue reading

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Firewall Ohio

A new CBS/Quinnipiac Ohio poll shows the Barack Obama lead in Ohio diminishing, dropping from 10% down to 5%. Obama leads in Ohio by a 50% to 45% margin, with 3% undecided. The September margin had Obama in the lead … Continue reading

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Tina Brown on the Future of Print Media

Tina Brown talks about the end of Newsweek in print edition. That is such a huge change in American journalism, but it has not gotten a lot of attention. Newsweek will, from now on, be digital only. Is this the … Continue reading

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Stephen Stills Talks About CSN, Neil Young, and Hendrix

Stephen Stills appeared on Morning Joe, and talked about his career, how CS&N got started, his relationship with Jimi Hendrix, and threw in a very limited response to the new Neil Young autobiography. Stills talked about his musical influences, and … Continue reading

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