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The Great Liberal ‘Overturn Citizens United’ Scam
Admittedly, the hardworking staff attended the Jerry Orbach School of Law (& Order) for only 12 years, but all this hubbub from the left about reversing Citizens United (the 2010 Supreme Court decision that allows unlimited expenditures by corporations, unions, and individuals … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Anne Borg, Boston Globe, Citizens United, Jerry Orbach, Law & Order, League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, Letter to the Editor, Marilyn Peterson, Martha Coakley, Massachusetts Democratic gubernatorial debate, pandermonium, SCOTUS, scotusblog, stare decisis, Supreme Court, WBUR, WCVB, WHDH 4 Comments
When a Nation Forgets Its Own Clichés . . .
. . . well, that’s just sad. The hardnoting staff has a habit of recording mangled phrases in the press, and here’s our latest batch. • From Boston Magazine last July, about the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race: “[Martha Coakley’s] apparent reversal … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged @MickeyBPowerPop, Allen Craig, Arsenio Hall, Bill Clinton, Boston Bruins, Boston Globe, Boston magazine, Brian Krause, CNN, Condoleezza Rice, Daniel Nava, David Desharnais, Doug Band, First Read, International Cherry-Pit Spitting Contest, Iowa, Jeremy Roenick, John Kerry, Johnny Carson, mangled phrases, Martha Coakley, Mexican immigrants, Montreal Canadiens, MSNBC, New Republic, NPR, Quebec, Red Sox, Rep. Steve King, SCOTUS, Secretary of State, St. Louis Cardinals, Stanley Cup, stare decisis, Wall Street Journal, Will Middlebrooks 5 Comments