Or the column formerly called “The Weekly Ying and Yang.” I’ve decided to take a different approach, primarily because I no longer write that column weekly. And also because there’s far more “yang” than “ying.” Therefore, I believe that the… Read More ›
It’s Officially “A Sigh of Relief”
It’s Wednesday, November 7, and I’m officially breathing a sigh of relief. I went to bed last night knowing gleefully that the only thing Mitt Romney is president of is the Wicked Losers Club. Yep. If you’re from Massachusetts, things… Read More ›
The 2012 Election Goal: Keep Romney-Ryan Out of the White House. Period.
Over the last several days, the GOP has proved once again that it and its supporters are totally irrelevant, beginning with Donald Trump’s supposedly election-changing revelation about Barack Obama and ending with yet another GOP prospective lawmaker weighing in on… Read More ›
Elizabeth Warren Gets the Nomination; Ready to Take Down Scott Brown
Yesterday Elizabeth Warren received 95.77% of the delegate vote at the Massachusetts state primary convention, putting to rest any doubt about her candidacy for the seat the late Ted Kennedy held for 46 years. After receiving the nomination, she commented… Read More ›
Will the Democrats Seize the Day?
It’s officially election season, and many people have been wondering out loud if the Democrats can keep their majority in the Senate. They are defending 23 seats in 2012, and the GOP needs only four to take control. The House?… Read More ›
Why Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin matter
I’ve been talking about how important both Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin are to this country to anyone who will listen for a while now. When people ask me why they are so important, my answer is very simple: They… Read More ›
While we’re all smitten with the Occupy movement (and rightfully so), our elected officials are escalating the war on women
The Occupy Movement seems to be everywhere, and that’s a good thing. It’s the first time in America in a very long while that people have taken things into their own hands and told the politicians they’ve had enough. I’m… Read More ›