Keller @ Large: Enough Of The Illegitimate President NonsenseWhen politicians casually call each other illegitimate, it's a problem for all of us. Jon says this is one cheap shot that's got to go.
Keller @ Large: Trump Should End Speculation, Release Tax ReturnsThere’s an easy way to stick a fork in that speculation. Why won’t Trump use it?
City Councilor Tito Jackson Will Challenge Mayor Marty WalshBoston City Councilor Tito Jackson will run for mayor and challenge fellow Democrat Mayor Marty Walsh.
Middleboro Residents React To President-Elect Trump's First News ConferenceAs President-elect Donald Trump conducted his first news conference Wednesday, people in Dave’s Diner in Middleboro watched quietly.
Keller @ Large: Trump Sticks With Tactics That Won Him PresidencyIf you expected that, now that he’s on the verge of assuming power, Trump would abandon or even modify the tactics that got him here, you were mistaken.
Keller @ Large: Timing Most Notable Aspect Of Warren's AnnouncementJon says the most notable thing about Warren's announcement isn’t the rhetoric or the fact that she’s seeking re-election – it’s the timing.
Keller @ Large: Saying 'No' Is Easy, Saying 'Yes' Is HardJon says it’s so much easier to be the party of No.
Keller @ Large: No Such Thing As Absolute Power In WashingtonJon says the rise and fall of a key House rules change is a cautionary - and inspiring - tale of how there is no such thing as absolute power in Washington. At least, not yet.
Keller @ Large: Winners, Losers In 2016 PoliticsJon Keller and Joe Mathieu discuss the best and worst of the year in politics.
Trump Cruises To Electoral College Victory Despite ProtestsThere were many protesters but few faithless electors as Donald Trump won the Electoral College vote Monday — ensuring he will become America's 45th president.
Donald Trump Says He's Stepping Out Of His Business EmpirePresident-elect Donald Trump said Wednesday that he's leaving his business empire to focus on being the nation's 45th president,
Massachusetts Rep. Moulton Backs Ryan Bid To Lead House DemsAnother Massachusetts congressman has thrown his support behind U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan's bid to unseat Nancy Pelosi as the Democratic leader in the House.

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