Keller @ Large

Keller @ Large: Step Back And Enjoy Life While You CanWhen is the right time to step back, slow down, and enjoy all the pleasures of life that a busy schedule often doesn't allow for?
Keller @ Large: Mitt Romney Not A Profile In Sports Fan CourageJon says sports can separate the gutsy politicians who are true fans from the rest.
Keller @ Large: Politics Is Getting Nastier, Not BetterShania Twain walks into a buzz saw of partisan outrage after passing comments about President Trump. Jon looks at the moral of the story.
Keller @ Large: Speaker DeLeo Says Justice System Failed GannonState House Speaker Rep. Robert DeLeo says the justice system failed slain Yarmouth Police Officer Sean Gannon and they need to look at what happened.
Keller @ Large: What The Starbucks Philadelphia Arrest Outrage Has Taught UsJon explains what we're learning from the arrest of two black men at a Starbucks in Philadelphia.
Keller @ Large: Tom Brady's Struggle For Work-Life BalanceJon says Tom Brady isn’t the first person to struggle with work-life balance.
Keller @ Large: No Action On Irresponsible Opioid DistributorsA bill introduced in December to repeal restrictions on the DEA's ability to crack down on irresponsible distributors has stalled.
Keller @ Large: Necco's Potential Demise Sparks Candy NostalgiaCould the Necco wafer be on the verge of extinction? It has Jon Keller talking about candy.
Keller @ Large: Sean Gannon's Murder Raises Questions About Justice SystemJon says the murder of Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon raises questions about our justice system that must be addressed.
Keller @ Large: Mass. Republican Party Seeks To Take On Elizabeth WarrenChairperson Kristen Hughes says she hopes voters at the convention will be able to show how "flawed" Elizabeth Warren is.
Keller @ Large: Free-Spending EPA Chief Unites Democrats, RepublicansJon says free-spending, high-living EPA chief Scott Pruitt is accomplishing the impossible - bringing Democrats and Republicans together. 
Keller @ Large: Remembering And Learning From The Life Of Charlie AustinJon Keller says we can learn a lot about life by studying obituaries. Charlie Austin is a case in point.