Keller @ Large
Why don’t we set aside our political differences for a moment and unite in a warm Massachusetts welcome for President Obama and his family as they vacation here in our New England paradise.
Maybe we could have spent $11,298,000 on the governor’s office instead, and thrown a couple grand at the signage problem.
The Pope warned that technology needed to be handled with restraint if it is to serve as “a network not of wires but of people.”
Both sides of this endless demagoguery need to back off and listen to those at the center.
The truth is that you have a better chance of choking to death on a cherry pit than being afflicted by Ebola.
Let’s call Congress back into session, they need to hear about this.
There’s at least one thing Mass. lawmakers did at the end of the session that is definitely not in the public interest.
Jon Keller can’t seem to work up a head of steam over the prospect of Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester being traded.
The Market Basket meltdown raises a crucial question for the ruling classes of our economy that’s been on the minds of millions of Americans for some time now – what on Earth are you thinking?
We’re used to the fact that pre-game binge-drinking appears to be a must among hard-partying segments of the population.