There’s a huge buzz out there among homeowner activists who are feeling vindicated for the hard work they’ve done over the past couple of years and in many cases even longer. The recent news inundating the headlines of blatant fraud on the part of lenders and servicers has offered proof that their actions and fight have not been in vain.
|By: Richard Zombeck Sunday October 17, 2010 6:59 pm|
|By: kingcast Tuesday September 7, 2010 7:05 am|
Pasto Wall is exasperated and wrote Mayor Menino and cc’d me:
“I, for one, am tired of seeing the same old scenario played out each year, i.e., dead youth, press conferences and a political and spiritual tug of war between the same people who should be uniting to bring change to Boston. Before I ask to speak to the city over my radio and television network (Boston Praise Radio), I am asking you to hear my reason for calling for the comprehensive plan to study the root cause of homicides in our city.
Please know that I will not simply go away. I am not and have never initiated any campaign to embarrass you or your administration.
You could become the hero mayor of our city and any urban city if you care enough about the families in Boston to go along with the idea to study Boston’s youth violence problem.”
|By: kingcast Saturday September 4, 2010 6:58 am|
Attorney Coakely has shown a fundamental inability to understand basic Constitutional principles like Due Process and Equal Protection under the laws, not to mention CORI violations that have resulted in a huge Defamation lawsuit against the Boston Herald, Reporter Jessica Van Sack and and Boston NBC affiliate WDHD Channel 7: They falsely reported that Joanna Marinova, an award-winning (video) prison reform activist had sex with an inmate, in order to shut her down.
|By: inoljt Saturday August 28, 2010 2:07 pm|
It’s been a bit since the Massachusetts election, in which unknown Republican Scott Brown emerged to upset the favored Democrat Martha Coakley in one of union’s deepest-blue states. Since then, Democrats have been recalibrating their strategy.
In a previous post, I outlined the results of how a tied election might look like. Let’s take a look at the prediction:
|By: TheMediaConsortium Wednesday March 3, 2010 9:20 am|
By Lindsay Beyerstein, Media Consortium blogger
Today, President Barack Obama will deliver a speech to Congress outlining his plan to move forward on health care reform. The president is expected to advocate the use of budget reconciliation.
|By: ajlaska Friday February 12, 2010 2:47 pm|
All over, elections are being fought and won by campaigning as an outsider, as someone who isn’t bogged down in the politics and pettiness of Washington. This “outsiderism” has also started to pervade campus politics.
|By: SJGulitti Sunday January 24, 2010 12:57 pm|
What is the fallout from the 2010 election
|By: khin Friday January 22, 2010 9:27 pm|
Coakley’s defeat isn’t just her failure.
It’s a failure of the left.
|By: Leo W. Gerard Friday January 22, 2010 7:07 pm|
Poll results show that Massachusetts voters punished Democrats for neglecting the issue most vital to them: jobs. The message of Massachusetts should be clear: If Democrats want to save their own jobs in the mid-term elections this fall, they must create jobs now.
|By: Knox Friday January 22, 2010 6:54 pm|
On Thursday, an op-ed by Harold Ford, Jr. appeared in the New York Daily News. The op-ed, entitled “N.Y. needs independence in Washington: Harold Ford weighs in on Martha Coakley’s defeat,” is about what Ford believes to be the implications of the Massachusetts Senate race. For him, the implications apparently are that he needs to build an image for himself that’s anything but who he is.