Tag Archives: John McCain

Herald Once Again DisADvantaged

Why do advertisers keep snubbing Boston Herald readers? Today this open letter to the Boston Bruins and the City of Boston appeared in the Boston Globe. Here’s the text of the letter, which is signed by Rocky Wirtz, Chairman of the … Continue reading

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Let The Wild Chuck Hagel Rumpus Begin! (American Future Whatever Edition)

More slop from the Chuckleheads. Via ABC’s The Note: With a little over a week before the Senate Armed Services Committee begins confirmation hearings on former Sen. Chuck Hagel’s nomination to be the next Secretary of Defense, the television air wars … Continue reading

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Kelly Ayotte-A-Girl!

New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-Granite This) has staked out a position to the right of Rush Limbaugh in her opposition to the potential nomination of UN Ambassador Susan Rice – or any other Obama nominee – as the new … Continue reading

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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (The Herald Warrens A Look Today)

It’s a good news/bad news day for Elizabeth Warren in the Boston Herald. Details at IGTLTDT.  

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John McCain Cory-Bookers Mitt Romney

First it was Newark Mayor Cory Booker on NBC’s Meet the Press sandblasting the Obama campaign’s anti-Bain Capital jihad:   Now comes former presidential nominee Sen. John McCain (R-Kiss My AZ) with this to say about presumptive presidential nominee Mitt … Continue reading

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MoDo Gives Boston Herald A Shoutout

It’s not often our feisty local tabloid gets to rub elbows with the Gray Lady,  but New York Times Op-It Girl Maureen Dowd made that match in today’s column, which says the GOP (Gone Old Party) has essentially packed it … Continue reading

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The GOP’s “Non-Negotiable Terrorist Demand”

On Friday’s PBS NewsHour, liberal chinstroker Mark Shields accused Congressional Republicans of issuing a “non-negotiable terrorist demand” in the debt-ceiling rumpus on Capitol Hill – namely, the requirement for passage of a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution before the … Continue reading

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Department of the Obvious

If the Wall Street Journal’s interview with John McCain on Saturday wasn’t the most self-serving exercise this side of the check-out lines at Shop ‘n’ Stop, it’ll do till something better comes along. Here’s McCain on how he was shocked shocked … Continue reading

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Copyrights and Wrongs

A couple of cracking good (as the Brits say) copyright dustups are in the news lately. First, there’s this: “John McCain Apologizes To Jackson Browne, Settles Dispute Over ‘Running On Empty.’” Browne sued McCain, the Republican National Committee, and the … Continue reading

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