Archive for January, 2010

41 Tears

31Jan10

Everyone is the 41st, Scott told Barbara in their interview yesterday at Kowloon which aired today with Barbara guest hosting on “This Week.” Brown, riding a wave of popularity after his upset victory to fill Ted Kennedy’s seat, talked with Walters about growing up a child of divorced parents, his 23-year marriage to wife Gail […]


Under Pressure

31Jan10

Will Scott cry for Barbara Walters, or is he truly his own man? Today on This Week. Scott yesterday in Dracut on his Thank You Tour.


People like John Kerry get the votes to stay in office, but they don’t have the support of the people. Here’s proof. See the traffic in the photograph? It’s heading north on Route 1 in Saugus. I was sitting in bumper to bumper traffic on the overpass waiting to loop around onto the highway and […]


Obama showed some audacity yesterday, claiming that most of the health reform bill process was televised. Look… The truth of the matter is that, if you look at the health care process, just over the course of the year, overwhelmingly the majority of it actually was on C-SPAN because it was taking place in Congressional […]


Boy Wonder

29Jan10

The thrill of Scott Brown’s incredible victory in Massachusetts isn’t fading – it’s growing, as the wake continues to rock boats throughout the political world. In the midst of that joy, it’s important to note something equally wonderful – how beautifully Scott is rising to the occasion. Looking beyond the barn jacket, beyond the pickup […]


Going Elsewhere

28Jan10

The latest impact of last week’s political upheaval is in. No KSM in New York City. White House officials have told the Justice Department to consider other venues for the 9/11 terror trial that was to be held in lower Manhattan, the Daily News has learned. A shaken president addressed the nation Wednesday night in […]


You Lie

28Jan10

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito provided last night’s “you lie” moment. Smart of him not to do any Joe Wilson style yelling. The speech went on for 70 minutes, so you can’t blame Harry Reid for getting bored. Chris Matthews continues to be soft as a grape, and – in true liberal form – obsessed […]