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In response to the Globe’s series, Broken City, Professor Ubertaccio wrote the following letter to the editor that was published on Sunday:
This is the weekend when the best of pols know in their gut whether the game is won or lost. Those with the skill and fortitude will listen to their instincts.
For those who know Tuesday will be a sad night, I bring you the memory of 1988 and a 33-year-old loser named Joe Malone
This season’s Stonehill’s Alumni Magazine has a piece on the “Mass Effect.” It looks at the reasons why Massachusetts politicians so successful, or at least so plentiful, in national politics.
It would sadden Ted Kennedy. And that’s another reason why Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is not having an easy time getting renominated by his party.
Joseph P. Kennedy III is now a possible candidate for the vacant congressional seat left open due to Barney Frank’s retirement. Is it time to dust off the Kennedy for Congress signs?
The last two times there was an open Senate race in Massachusetts, 1984 and 2010, a member of Congress jumped into the race. Ditto the last time (1978!) the Democrats overtook a Republican Senate incumbent. Not so in 2012.