Posts Tagged ‘Teddy’

As America learns more about what liberals really believe, the chances for Democrats to win future elections grows slimmer. At least, that is, until they are able to get 30 million or more illegal aliens registered to vote. “We are revolutionary Mexican organization here. We understand that this is not just about Mexico. It’s about […]


A Big Deal?

17Jan10

Is this old video a shocker? In it, Scott Brown does analysis on Sarah Palin for a local cable channel and seems to suggest, at the end, that he doesn’t believe that Barack’s parents were married when the president was born. Okay – the whole thing is silly, but that’s how desperate the machine is […]


Kennedy Klan

25Sep09

Is the government of Massachusetts “of the people, by the people, for the people,” or is it “of the Kennedys, by the Kennedys, for the Kennedys?” For a superior court judge in Massachusetts, it is “for the Kennedys,” as he refused to grant a restraining order blocking the swearing in of Paul Kirk as interim […]


Against the Law

24Sep09

Under pressure from the White House, the Governor of Massachusetts, in what the GOP says is a clear violation of the law, declared an emergency in order to rush an interim senate appointment down to Washington. The Massachusetts Republican Party has filed an injunction in a Boston court seeking to block former Democratic Party chairman […]


Make My Day

07Sep09

It’s a sad day for the politics of Massachusetts, and the nation. Joe Kennedy has announced that after much consideration, he won’t be running for the U.S. Senate. Former Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II, the eldest son of Robert F. Kennedy, announced Monday he would not run for the U.S. Senate seat held for nearly […]


Squat Tower

29Aug09

This morning’s pool report from the reporter tailing the President. After his meeting with Vicki Kennedy at the Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel, POTUS spent just over two hours back at his own hotel. The motorcade pulled out at 9: 54 am and took a 12 minute drive through the wet streets of Boston towards the […]