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“Will Massachusetts Voters Save Seniors, Doctors From Obamacare?”

Monday, January 18, 2010  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

My new Washington Examiner column is up.

The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto notes that “If Coakley came face to face with [Cheers’ John] Ratzenberger, she would probably greet him with a sarcastic ‘Hello, Newman.'”

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Bravo Sanjay Gupta

Monday, January 18, 2010  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

CNN’s doctor-reporter stays at a hospital when the other doctors flee. (HT: Instapundit.)

There are some updates on the ChildHope orphanage which I featured on last week’s program.

I hope to connect with WorldConcern.org’s disaster coordinator Merry Fitzpatrick, now in Haiti, for today’s program. Merry has previously been a guest from Sudan, and is dispatched by WorldConcern wherever the worst conditions arise.

The Massachusetts Race

Monday, January 18, 2010  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

RealClearPolitics has the latest polls, all showing a Brown lead.

Pollster.com’s Charles Franklin throws all the data on the table and concludes that Scott Brown has a “lead somewhere between 4 and 11 points.”

Powerline’s Paul Mirengoff looks at the rising tide against Obamacare in Massachusetts and wonders how vast the opposition must be in the rest of America.

Mickey Kaus reports that a Brown victory will be followed by the House passage of the Senate bill, meaning that Bart Stupak and his pro-life allies really didn’t mean it, and that the unions are stuck with the Cadillac tax.

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