1. David Kravitz still hasn't commented on Elizabeth Warren's law license controversy
Now over two weeks since the story that Elizabeth Warren does not have a license to practice law in Massachusetts broke. Kravitz, a former SCOTUS law clerk has been strangely silent on the matter.
2. AFL-CIO canvasser for Elizabeth Warren arrested on outstanding warrant
The AFL-CIO has started the Working America political group. Apparently there are not enough Union Members left to pay to perform political activity so they have started recruiting amongst others.
Unfortunately for them and the residents of Wakefield they hired Shalena Huggins of Dorchester, who was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Fortunately for Huggins, she'll probably not face charges as her evidence was probably compromised by Deval Patrick's drug lab.
The Affordable Care Act by 2014 will require large companies to provide affordable health insurance to employees working 30 hours a week or more. The Orlando Sentinel reported Darden Restaurants is one of several companies considering cutting back on full-time employment as a result of the law.
Darden operates nearly 2,000 restaurants throughout the U.S. and Canada via various subsidiaries, including Red Lobster, Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse and The Capital Grille.
According to the Sentinel, the Orlando, Fla.-based firm has cut back on full-time schedules at "at least a few" Olive Gardens, Red Lobsters and LongHorn Steakhouses in four markets, including Central Florida. The company declined to provide details, and said no decision has been made on expanding the program.
4. Obama Campaign jumps the shark
The Obama campaign has officially done it's best Fonzi impersonation. Yep they strapped on the water skis and jumped Big Bird.
5. Third US Senate debate tonight.
The third Brown-Warren debate is tonight. In Springfield. Tune in.