Keller @ Large
There does seem to be a common definition of where capitalism crosses the line.
The three Democratic candidates for governor of Massachusetts met for a discussion with Jon Keller at WBZ-TV Friday.
After watching the Market Basket revolt, I think I understand empowerment a bit more clearly.
Some politicians used the Market Basket standoff for momentum, while others in office stayed on the sidelines.
It’s a message that could help heal our festering problems with income inequality, worker resentment toward executive salary inflation, etc. But will corporate elites hear it, and heed it?
There was overreaction to a remark during a recent debate – from both candidates.
Thank goodness there’s still one place where dissidents can go to express their opinion without anxiety.
If you don’t know that waiting your turn or unexpected delay is a part of life, you probably shouldn’t ever leave the house.
The whole appalling episode is a reminder that even though we are a far cry from Syria, we are not immune from the collapses of civilized behavior.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sat down to talk with U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch of South Boston.