The irony here is that Obama may be learning from the woman Republicans shunted aside as his first nominee to head her brainchild, a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Poetic justice, for sure.
The conservative template of attacking Obama with unrelenting invective was also created here in the Bay State, and used against Deval Patrick. I should know. I helped create that template.
How many lives does health care reform have? The law has survived a slew of near-death moments, but 2012 brings new lethal traps for the first-ever law that makes health coverage a right for almost all Americans.
This corruption is why nothing gets accomplished on Capitol Hill, whether it's campaign finance reform or financial dis-services reform.
I am running for the United States Senate because I think it's time we take the "People's Seat" back from Wall Street. But I need your help -- today, on the anniversary of Scott Brown's special election -- to help us take back this seat for middle class families in Massachusetts.
The fact that a little-known loophole permits members of Congress and their staffs to buy and sell stocks using insider information they might obtain through their official work rightly strikes most citizens as outrageous.
It has been a big week on the foreign policy front, with the death of Libya's dictator and President Obama's announcement today that all U.S. troops would be out of Iraq by the end of this year.
A poll last week signaling an early near-tie in the 2012 Massachusetts U.S. Senate race found about as many registered voters hadn't heard of Elizabet...
September '11 is the moment the lobster said the water is getting too hot; it is the moment the people said the U.S. does not belong to those with the most money, but to working Americans whose voices have been ignored for too long.
Having watched Brown operate on the financial reform bill and on financial issues since, it is in fact clear that he is their number one go-to guy and their best buddy on Capitol Hill.
Many now consider the race for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts to be up for grabs. Consider, then, Bob Massie -- not the name most people outside the state have been hearing about lately, but the first candidate who stepped forward to challenge Scott Brown.
Despite the Bay State's liberal reputation, reporters at allegedly "liberal" news outlets have already begun criticizing her hair and clothes.
Some Massachusetts observers are worried that voters won't be interested in Warren because she's not a "real" politician. But that's exactly why they will want her as their next senator.