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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
Boston Globe reporter Glen Johnson’s Political Intelligence column riffs on Elizabeth Warren, whiffs on Boston Herald attribution. Details at IGTLTDT.
From our Everything That Rises Must Converge desk: The Massachusetts U.S. Senate race is heating up, starting with this radio bakeoff between incumbent Scott Brown (R-Regular Guy) and presumptive challenger Elizabeth Warren (D-Regular Gal). It’s all about the current contraception … Continue reading
Lots of fallout from the retirement announcement of Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank (D-Frank). And an interesting compare-and-contrast in Sunday’s Boston dailies. Start with the Boston Globe’s Political Intelligence column, which detailed the orderly transition of power that reigned in Massachusetts … Continue reading
Interesting compare-and-contrast in the Boston dailies on the role of the press as political truth squad. The Boston Globe’s Political Intelligence blog reports Mission Accomplished for Team Romney in its first TV spot: WASHINGTON – Mitt Romney’s advisers are pleased … Continue reading