UPDATED 9:43AM: For accuracy & clarity regarding news reports on Kennedy’s Springfield visit. Our One Hundredth is an occasional series on Massachusetts’s US Senate Elections. An elected in his thirties. A political mainstay in a coveted post. A sudden national spotlight on Massachusetts. Is this
Like many responses to a State of the Union, Newton Congressman Joseph Kennedy, III’s reply to Donald Trump Tuesday was not without its quirks. However, for those who could get past the mythical disastrousness of responses, there was a lot going on in Kennedy’s speech.
To applause today and a resounding confirmation vote to be Secretary of State yesterday, Senator John Kerry marked his exit from the United States Senate. After a distinguished career in the Senate, Kerry moves on to be the nation’s top diplomat, a post which many
Gustave Dore’s The Enigma More than two weeks from the election, here in Massachusetts too, bodies litter the political battlefield. Their stricken bodies lay there, teeth still gnashed, fists clenched, and determined scowls plastered to their faces. While more than a few Democrats add to