Keller @ Large
From the first day I came to WBZ, Jack Williams has been a friend, booster, and whether he knew it or not, a mentor.
Serious stories like this shouldn’t be just another round of fodder for bigots, leeches and exploiters.
The two Republican candidates for governor of Massachusetts met in their first televised encounter Friday at WBZ-TV, just 24 days before the primary election.
No serious person doesn’t appreciate what honest cops do for us. Without them and the risks they take, the bad guys would have a field day.
Very few things in life are explainable in simple black and white terms, and boy is that ever true of the whole Market Basket fiasco.
I feel your pain. But do our political leaders?
A listener writes in with an excellent question: “How long do you wait for the driver in front of you to react to a green light before giving them a ‘courtesy’ honk?”
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.”