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Stumbling into the 'marriage gap'
One afternoon following the muddled 2000 presidential election, Page Gardner sat in her basement home office, poring over the returns and hunting for clues in who voted for whom, and why.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Mass. Election Politics And Armenian American Voter
MASS. ELECTION POLITICS AND ARMENIAN AMERICAN VOTER By David Boyajian, Massachusetts, 18 August 2014 For decades, top Jewish organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League and American Israel Public Affairs Committee have colluded with Turkey to deny, and defeat Congressional resolutions on, the Armenian genocide.
Our Race-Baiting Labor Secretary
Views "disparate impact" - i.e., instances where particular policies affect whites and nonwhites unequally - as prima facie evidence of discrimination According to the American Spectator , "Perez has overseen most of the unprecedentedly naked politicization of DOJ's Civil Rights Division."
Sun Aug 17, 2014
What is dry needling and what is it used for?
You may have already heard the term dry needling. This is a type of treatment that originated in the 1950's as a result of research performed by none other than the medical doctor that would eventually become President Kennedy's personal physician, Dr. Janet Travell.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Republican Senate Candidate Promises If Nominated to Secure American Borders...With Canada
Scott Brown is a former Senator of Massachusetts, winning the special election of 2010 to succeed Ted Kennedy only to lose in 2012 to Elizabeth Warren.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Kerrigan: My experience sets me apart
Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor Steve Kerrigan, who served as a selectman in Lancaster and worked for Sen. Ted Kennedy for 14 years, said it's his experience that separates him from other candidates for office.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Former UMD chancellor to head Ted Kennedy Institute
Former University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Chancellor Jean MacCormack will take over as interim president of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, the institute announced Thursday.
KSAT-TV San Antonio
U.S. woman found dead in suitcase in Bali
A summer vacation in Indonesia ended in murder for a Chicago-area woman. The woman's teenage daughter and her boyfriend are in custody overseas.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Lake: Lt. gov run about service
"My dad died when I was 5 and my sister and I were raised by a single mom, but there are people in far worse situations than I dealt with.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
GOP senatorial hopefuls to square off over breakfast
A representative of the MWVEC on Monday confirmed that Scott Brown, Jim Rubens and Bob Smith will attend the upcoming Eggs & Issues breakfast, which the economic council hosts monthly as a way to "stimulate entrepreneurship and networking among the business community..." This month's breakfast will again be held at the North Conway Grand Hotel.
McGlynn, Donato Back Steve Kerrigan for Lt. Gov.
Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn and state Rep. Paul Donato , announced their support of Steve Kerrigan for Lieutenant Governor today.
The Daily Caller
JFK's Oldest Brother Died Testing The First US Drone Program 70 Years Ago Today
Education specialist Esther Kohn gestures towards a photograph taken in 1938 of the Kennedy family on display at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, Massachusetts December 3, 2009.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Brown For Us Senate - Icymi: Scott Brown: "I Am Running to Repeal Obamacare"
Last night, Scott Brown was interviewed as part of a documentary called "Live Free or Die: ObamaCare in New Hampshire" that examined the impact of the federal health care law.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Experiment at Fred Hutch raises hopes in battling brain tumors
A gene-therapy experiment at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center only involved a handful of brain-tumor patients, and on average, extended their lives by months, not years.
Brooklyn bid to host DNC faces major test
Brooklyn's Barclays Center serves as the crown jewel of Mayor Bill de Blasio's bid to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention, but it would take all five boroughs to properly accommodate the 35,000 expected attendees, City Hall officials said Friday.
Our pols avoid Demoulas dilemma like the plague
If ever there was an issue that called for strong statewide political leadership, it's the preventable ongoing Market Basket disaster.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Micciche, Treider face off for Senate District O
Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of stories looking at area candidates for the Alaska Legislature.
Ed Klein: Valerie Jarrett In Secret Meetings With Elizabeth Warren
Veteran journalist and New York Times best-selling author Ed Klein says that President Barack Obama's senior advisor has been meeting with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to encourage her to run against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, at the president's request.
After 20 years, Breyer is high court's raging pragmatist
Justice Stephen Breyer becomes the fifth member of the Supreme Court to reach the 20-year mark next week, and the pragmatic liberal remains an eternal optimist about the good that government can do.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Massachusetts Election Politics And The Armenian American Voter
MASSACHUSETTS ELECTION POLITICS AND THE ARMENIAN AMERICAN VOTER [ Part 2.2: "Attached Text" ] By MassisPost Updated: August 4, 2014 mass-state-house By David Boyajian OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA For decades, top Jewish organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League and American Israel Public Affairs Committee have colluded with Turkey to deny, and ... (more)