On Elizabeth Warren’s Claims of American Indian Ancestry
For those of you who don’t know, I’m a history major currently working toward his Master’s Degree in the same. My particular focus is American Indian history, so I think it should come as little surprise that I’ve been watching the Massachusetts Senate race for more reasons than wanting Scott Brown to win. The moment Elizabeth Warren’s claims of Native ancestry surfaced, a little something | Read More »
Scott Brown Backpedaling Already?
I have been wanting to write a couple of posts congratulating Scott Brown for his victory, but I think I’ll put them on hold for now until my concerns explained here are allayed. I must admit, as a committed conservative, I have my problems with supporting most New England Republicans (there are some Republicans, mainly in New Hampshire, who are exceptions to this, but not | Read More »
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Trivia: How Epic was Scott Brown’s Massachusetts Miracle?
Leaving aside for the moment what this means to the agenda of Obama and the Democrats, I just want to point out just how groundbreaking Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts. For the first time since 1953, a Kennedy will not be the elected holder of this seat (Benjamin A. Smith II and Paul Kirk have both held this seat during this time, but they were | Read More »
Joe Kennedy siphons votes from Coakley, NOT Brown
Joe Kennedy will pull a LOT more votes from Martha Coakley than from Scott Brown. Here’s why.
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MA Senate Live Results
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here on Red State. Some of you know me as the publisher of RedMassGroup.com. I wanted to let you know that we will be live blogging using the Cover-it-live tool the results of the Massachusetts Special Election for US Senate primary tonight. We will be live from Scott Brown’s campaign headquarters. You can follow the Cover-it-Live by clicking | Read More »