Keller @ Large
While Tim Murray sails off into the private sector, he should also recognize that he has unfinished business to take care of with the rest of us.
After the damage is fully understood, we’ll all spend some time thinking a bit harder about risk, and how we might want to do more to protect against it.
On Wednesday, June 5 at 7 p.m., the two remaining candidates for U.S. Senate will debate live in the WBZ studios. Jon Keller wants your questions.
Two of the most important functions of our government, revenue collection and tending to the needs of sick and wounded vets, are being botched, badly.
This weekend might be the perfect time to catch up and get away from the depressing political news of the moment.
The boil of left- and right-wing rhetoric reduces any issue immediately to its partisan bones, which are so calcified with grievance and stereotyping that no honest exchange is possible.
Our president and his fellow boomers at the IRS and Justice Department think they and their agenda are what’s best for us, without regard to long-established traditions of governmental balance and restraint.
The Benghazi attacks and immigration, were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III.
Put me down in favor of no mercy for the surviving suspect.
When you speak out, it matters, and we do listen. Because we never want to lose a listener or viewer, as I apparently did with Wednesday’s commentary.