5:00 pm, March 22nd | by Laura Donovan
President Barack Obama resembles a fickle, commitment-phobic college kid right now. Nearly a year ago, he said his views on gay marriage, which he initially argued should be between a man and a woman, were “evolving,” leading many to conclude he was on the verge of taking a more progressive stance on marriage equality. Nine months have passed and we still don’t know how the president has progressed (or even regressed) in the evolution process.
1:45 pm, March 20th | by Laura Donovan
Massachusetts Senate candidate Scott Brown may be an emerging comedian and all, but he probably shouldn’t quit his day job. The conservative politician, who made jokes about presidential candidates Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, and Newt Gingrich at Boston’s annual St. Patrick’s Day breakfast over the weekend, is behind rival Elizabeth Warren in a new Public Policy Polling survey.
12:15 pm, March 5th | by Laura Donovan
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren may be a Hollywood favorite, but a new poll finds that her GOP competitor Scott Brown is ahead of her in the state by 8 percentage points.
7:30 pm, February 29th | by Laura Donovan
Criticizing political figures through “The Artist” parodies seems to be a growing trend this election season. A video under the MassStateGOP YouTube account posted a black and white joke video Wednesday titled “The Elitist,” an allusion to Oscar winning film, “The Artist” and swipe at Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren.
2:40 pm, February 24th | by Laura Donovan
Move over, Obama: Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren could be the new politico favorite among celebrities. But GOP Senator Scott Brown, Warren’s opponent for the senate seat, doesn’t seem as impressed by his competitor’s Hollywood popularity as many teeny boppers and young potential voters would be. The Massachusetts Republican said on Thursday, “To go off to Hollywood and get the Barbra Streisand and Danny Devito crowd and get all that Hollywood money smacks in the face of what she’s fighting for, which is the middle class.”
Elizabeth Warren Slams Tax Breaks For Wealthy: “We’re Just Investing In Those Who’ve Already Made It”
10:43 am, January 25th | by Amy Tennery
She’s been called “almost impossible to beat.” And, well, she’s also been called a 1-percenter hypocrite. But Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren isn’t backing down on her middle class advocacy agenda. And she had some tough talk to share on The Daily Show last night.
12:21 pm, January 18th | by Michael Brendan Dougherty, Business Insider
Elizabeth Warren raised $5.7 million over the last three months of 2011 for her challenge to Republican Senator Scott Brown who currently sits in the seat once occupied by Ted Kennedy. That haul of cash is twice what Brown raised in the same quarter.
4:02 pm, November 10th | by Amy Tennery
Political advocacy group Crossroads GPS has released a brutal ad today, in which it takes Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren to task for her support for Occupy Wall Street. In it, the group, which is backed by GOP lifer Karl Rove, claims that Occupy Wall Street (by and large) supports a “radical redistribution of wealth.”
This would be a devastating blow for Warren — if the report they used wasn’t complete B.S.
2:02 pm, November 7th | by Amy Tennery
The conservative set was buzzing yesterday after a report showed Massachusetts Senate candidate, lib icon and Occupy Wall Street defender Elizabeth Warren was a member of the 1 percent.
1:19 pm, October 10th | by Hillary Reinsberg
With the so-called “lack of media attention” given to Occupy Wall Street in its early days, it feels a bit like the protests came out of nowhere and spread like wildfire. But Senatorial candidate Elizabeth Warren predicted that this would happen a few years back.