Tag Archives: Glen Johnson

Cash ‘n’ Kerry (Patriots Playoff Edition)

So there was Sen. John Kerry (D-Am I Secretary of State Yet?) at Gillette Stadium rubbing elbows in the owner’s box with Robert Kraft and, presumably, girlfriend Ricki Noel Landed – sorry, Lander – and rubbing etc. on the field … Continue reading

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The Scott Brown Experience (Politico Edition)

As the hardreading staff at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town noted a couple of weeks ago, there are subterranean rumblings about Scott Brown (R-I Just Cleaned My Garage) running not for the U.S. Senate seat John Kerry … Continue reading

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Local Dailies Kerry On With Senate Speculation

It’s no secret that the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald inhabit entirely different political landscapes here in the Bay State. Exhibit Umpteen: Their respective takes on who might succeed Sen. John Kerry (D-Reporting for Due-ty) if he gets what … Continue reading

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Boston.com A Little Tipsy With O’Neill Picture?

So Tip O’Neill is getting a government building in DC named after him. From Boston Globe reporter Glen Johnson’s Political Intelligence column: The federal office building that will bear O’Neill’s name is currently being renovated. It sits between the Hubert H. … Continue reading

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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Globe Rips Off Herald Edition)

Boston Globe reporter Glen Johnson’s Political Intelligence column riffs on Elizabeth Warren, whiffs on Boston Herald attribution. Details at IGTLTDT.  

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Scott Brown Shot One-For-Five? Hey – So Did Barack Obama!

The Boston Globe’s Glen Johnson had this scoop on the celebrated half-court basketball swish by Sen. Scott Brown (R-It’s Not Girly To Shoot Underhand): Brown’s ‘amazing’ basket came after four missed shots Sinking a half-court shot is the latest testament … Continue reading

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