Before they meet again on October 1st, Scott Brown would be well-advised to hit the books and study for the big exam. It's clear that the teacher at the front of the room has no intention of letting him coast.
The health of citizens and our air, water, and land shouldn't be issues divided along party lines. Protecting our health and the fragile world we live in should be a moral obligation shared by all parties.
Scott Brown has carefully cultivated a nice-guy image. For many Massachusetts voters, that's all they know about Brown: he seems like a nice guy. But what few people know is that Brown relies heavily on Karl Rove-style tactics and practitioners of his slash-and-burn politics.