President Barack Obama is flying into Boston on Sunday to try and help the struggling Martha Coakley campaign in the final days of the Massachusetts Senate race. Mr. Obama must have swallowed a lot of his pride do make this trip, knowing it is all about keeping the Senate Democrats at sixty, because Ms. Coakley was not as courteous to Mr. Obama during his Boston birthday bash in 2008.
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Dan Winslow, Brown campaign counsel, spoke to reporters (VIDEO BELOW)today about the campaign's filing of a criminal complaint against the Massachusetts Democratic Party regarding a recent mailing paid for and sent by the Massachusetts Democratic Party
If there is one thing the Scott Brown campaign is overflowing with right now, its volunteers. A rousing contingent of Brown supporters appeared at a press conference for him and former Mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani in front of Paul Revere's statue in a park named after the Revolutionary War era hero this afternoon and followed the Republican state Senator and Mr. Giuliani around Boston's north end.
There they go again!
The health care bill's tax on indoor tanning services would impose discriminative surcharges and cut jobs
Mass Resistance has dug up an interesting press release in Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley's political past. In 2008 Ms. Coakley sent out an endearing press release praising the now scandal embroiled ACORN.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Corrupt ACORN graded Coakley A+ , The “Kennedy seat” attitude isn’t helping, and The Fall of Obama.
The Boston Phoenix revealed a disturbing piece of information about the 2004 special election which sent GOP'er Scott Brown to the Massachusetts legislature.
How can a Massachusetts Senate candidate possibly offend 39 percent of voters in her state? If it's Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley, she would tell devout Catholics not to bother working in an emergency room (H/T Jim Hoft - Big Government).
Off the beaten path online: Poll: 67 percent of Americans oppose funding abortion in health care bill
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Poll: 67 percent of Americans oppose funding abortion in health care bill, CBO will receive merged health care bill soon, and Putin worries about 'global cooling'.
Climategate professor got over half-a-million, and Penn State nearly $2 million, in economic stimulus money to do climate research.
The Democrats are counting on their 60 seat member caucus to withstand any filibuster. The special election in Massachusetts for the open Senate seat previously held buy Ted Kennedy is being watched closely. The GOP candidate, State Senator Scott Brown has closed in on Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley.
Expensive 9/11 trial comes on the heels of Obama's vow to fight terrorism--and in the midst of Congress' push to spend taxpayer money.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Reid’s support falls even lower, Gillibrand is running scared, and Martha Coakley changes YouTube thumbnail away from 'deny rape victims care'.
House members returned from their recess over the holidays today, and health care legislation was the number issue on the agenda. The Senate race in Massachusetts, though, could change the dynamics of the debate, should GOP State Senator Scott Brown prevail next week. The Democrats risk losing their 60-seat filibuster proof majority with a Brown win.