Keller @ Large: Sean Spicer Wasn't Poised Or ArticulateWhat we did see of Spicer as White House Press Secretary was underwhelming, to say the least.
Keller @ Large: Hyperloop Scheme Is Big Dig On SteroidsIs Elon Musk expecting taxpayers to pony up the dough for another Big Dig on mega-steroids?
Keller @ Large: iPhone 8 Looks Like A Waste Of Good MoneyWould you pay a whopping $1,200 for the new iPhone when it comes out?
Keller @ Large: Elizabeth Warren Says Massachusetts Needs John McCain"We need John McCain to win this fight and come back," Warren told WBZ-TV Thursday. "We need him."
Keller @ Large: OJ Simpson Will Never Be Free From Legacy Of BetrayalO.J. Simpson may win his freedom from jail in Nevada Thursday, but he'll never walk free from his legacy of betrayal.
Keller @ Large: John McCain One Of Our Greatest Living AmericansJon says Sen. John McCain belonged to a generation that made America great – the real deal, not the cheap slogan.
Keller @ Large: Reading The Fine Print On Recreational MarijuanaThe Massachusetts law legalizing commercial marijuana for “recreational” use is a done deal, likely headed to the governor’s desk for final action later Thursday.
Keller @ Large: Don't Let Doubters Stop YouBehind every successful person there are people who encourage you to ignore the obstacles and focus on your goals.
Keller @ Large: Why Charlie Baker Is So PopularJon looks at how low-key Republican governor Charlie Baker is winning over a strongly Democratic state.
Keller @ Large: Can Pizza Be A Lifestyle Choice?The effort by a self-consciously hip out-of-town chain to move into pizza-rich Harvard Square is raising a topic for brick-oven-heated discussion--can pizza be a lifestyle choice?
Keller @ Large: When Power Is 'Hyper-Responsive' To The PeopleLet’s discuss the notion of our government being “hyper-responsive” to the reaction of their constituents.
Keller @ Large: Eileen McAnneny Talks Tax Issues, Pot BillThe president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to make sense of the state's budget woes and discuss the tax rate debate holding up the recreational marijuana bill.