To hear three excited and nattering lefties, catch the podcast on the post-Obama election, post-Prop. 8 future of marriage equality.
We launches from a discussion of a panel of anti-marriage equality types held yesterday at a lent room at Suffolk Law School downtown. Commentary on that is here and here.
There, five of the if not leading […]
Loud, incessant and dolorous is the keening. The Massachusetts Republican Party dominated the commonwealth for most of the post-Civil War. Yet, it has an all-time low percentage of elected officials at the state and national levels.
We kicked around:
How they got to this state of the state
What they might do other than complain
How accurate the one-party […]
The usual trio of suspects were all up late and long. We ended up concentrating mostly on California’s Proposition 8 stopping same-sex marriage there. It likely will change the thousands of SSMs to domestic partnerships or something similar.
We analyzed the 52%-48% loss and why, and what can be done to correct it.
We hit specific races […]
We’re working the polls in our respective holes on Tuesday. If you haven’t OD’ed on punditry by the next afternoon, check up here or catch the post-election blather live here at 2:30.
Locally we’ll look at how many die-hard Wilkerson supporters wrote her in, how big John Kerry’s margin is, and how our three ballot initiatives […]