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Weekly Political Report: Prince Sefa-Boakye's Reaction to the 2014 Midterms

Each week I write a political editorial that affects you and the world around you.

This week’s political editorial: My Reaction to 2014 Midterm Election. 912 more words

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Prince In the News

“Prince In the News.” My first online press feature story. Please read, comment, share, like and subscribe!

Prince Sefa-Boakye, a San Diego State University alum, continues to rise.

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Will Scott Brown's Senate departure prove brief? | Redux

Will Scott Brown’s Senate departure prove brief?

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As Brown well knew that night at Boston’s Park Plaza Hotel, his opportunity to regain a U.S. Senate seat could come in a matter of months rather than years. 661 more words

Herald Scoops Globe On Mass. Dem Shenanigans

Special election rules in Massachusetts are the Silly Putty of legislation, taking whatever shape best suits the Democratic majority at the time.

Back in 2004, they eliminated a governor’s power to appoint replacements for U.S. 85 more words

Herald Scoops Globe on Mass. Dem Shenanigans

Special election rules in Massachusetts are the Silly Putty of legislation, taking whatever shape best suits the Democratic majority at the time.

Back in 2004, they eliminated a governor’s power to appoint replacements for U.S. 225 more words

Brown, Warren Trade Accusations In Federal Election Commission Complaints

BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts Democratic Party filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Friday charging that Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown illegally coordinated with a group affiliated with GOP strategist Karl Rove on automated phone calls targeting Democrat Elizabeth Warren. 214 more words

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It's Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Scott Brown 'Honorary Girl' Edition)

The idiotic remark by Massachusetts Democratic Party chairman John Walsh that Scott Brown is trying to be an “honorary girl” got big play in today’s Boston Herald and no play in the Globe’s print edition. See IGTLTDT for details.