Keller @ Large
Riddle time: when is success actually failure?
Regular readers may recall a promise I made here awhile back to be diligent about acknowledging and correcting errors, and I need to make a down payment on that promise today.
Let this stand as exhibit A of what happens when a pol’s ego overwhelms his common sense,
How totally American, to take adversity and make a joke of it, and thus, to get the better of it.
Sometimes it feels like the more local the pol, the better chance they get it right.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talked to David Wade about Boston’s new mayor moments after Marty Walsh was sworn into office Monday.
Some people just can’t help themselves from flaunting their own stupidity.
Can we turn back the rising tide of crass, vile gossip and trolling unleashed by the internet, and if so, how?
The truth is we still have more questions than answers about what happened and why.
When staffers at a major hospital in the most progressive state health care system in the country tell you they think it’s a bad idea, that’s troubling.