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For Mitt, Huckabee is the New Teddy K

Colin Kingsbury, an Eastie-based William Buckley fiend, businessman, and friend, has launched a new blog, TheSnob. Kingers doesn’t make a living by the pen, which […]

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The Obama-Patrick Parallel

Earlier in the week, we told you how at least one journalist thinks that Gov. Deval Patrick has become a political liability on the campaign […]

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Ron Paul Is Ready to Rumble

While we’ve been talking about Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and Barack Obama today, we haven’t forgotten about who’s really important in the 2008 presidential primaries—Ron […]

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Iowa to Romney: It’s Not Mutual

It was a rough night for Mitt Romney. The man who only yesterday sweet-talked caucus-goers by declaring that “God must love Iowa” has left the […]

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Dispatch from Iowa

Susan McCarty, a writer, Wellesley grad and former Boston resident, now calls Iowa City home. We tapped her to give us a sense of the […]

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Gov. Patrick to Caucus at Uno’s

When any sort of election results start to come in, we hole up in our apartment, flip between the cable news networks, and crack open […]

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Boston Daily Wants to Save You Money

Taking a cab isn’t the best experience tourists or residents will have in Boston. Not only because of surly cabbies or a labor feud, but […]

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Mike Ross Loves Mission Hill, Hates Unethical Landlords

Boston City Councilor Mike Ross loves Mission Hill. While the rest of the city may view the neighborhood as a student ghetto, the 36-year-old Ross […]

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Playing to the Bass

Dear Charlie Savage, First of all, let me restate that you’re my favorite Globe reporter, the one man who has singlehandedly maintained the paper’s once […]

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Fun in Iowa (For Us, At Least)

Today’s the day Mitt Romney finds out if all the money he poured into the Iowa cornfields has paid off. According to the Globe, the […]

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Boston: Not That Drunk, Not That Literate

Last month, we were shocked to learn that Boston’s reputation as a city of drunkards isn’t as well-deserved as we thought. At the time, we […]

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Shut Up and Drive

Dear Commuters, Hi there. Boston Daily here. We’re the ones who were scowling at you as you drove by us in your warm car while […]

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‘Highly Rated Pile of Programming Debris’

So says John Hockenberry, a former Dateline correspondent who is now a distinguished fellow at the MIT Media Lab, about his former show. Start with […]

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The New Republic Tells Obama to Dump Patrick

There is an interesting post on The New Republic’s site by Marty Peretz who says that because Governor Deval Patrick is nothing but a “high-minded” […]

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Boston Daily to Mitt: Duck!

Be very, very quiet. They’re hunting Romney. With the Iowa caucuses just a day away, and the New Hampshire primary looming shortly thereafter, the Republicans […]