Keller @ Large: Is Great Wealth Really Worth It?The Powerball jackpot has Jon thinking - is great wealth all it's cracked up to be?
Keller @ Large: Some Still Don't Have A Clue About PutinIf you are one of those people who have changed your mind about Putin, I have a question for you: exactly what is it about him that you suddenly find more appealing?
Keller @ Large: Intellectual Honesty Is Out Of StyleTrump groupies who were so outraged over the Benghazi lie really should find a mirror, look in it, and ask themselves – how can I be outraged over that but shrug this off?
Keller @ Large: We May Have Found A Limit To What's AcceptableIn an era where it seems anything goes, no matter how vile, Jon says we may have found an actual limit to what's acceptable.
Keller @ Large: Translating Trump's StatementsJon takes a look at what Donald Trump said at his Florida rally, and what he really meant.
Keller @ Large: Body Language Expert On Trump's HandshakesBody language expert Don Khoury sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to analyze the body language of the Commander in Chief.
Keller @ Large: Latest Traffic Numbers Further Proof To Put The Phone DownAccording to the latest figures from the National Safety Council, an estimated 40,000 Americans were killed in car crashes last year.
Keller @ Large: A Far Cry From A CrisisLet’s be honest about it--people love to gawk at a car crash, it’s just human nature. And when the demo derby involves politicians, it’s even better box office.
Keller @ Large: The $2 DaydreamThere’s nothing wrong with a little two-dollar daydream, is there?
Keller @ Large: Does It Matter When Our Leaders Lie?So many of us expect our leaders to lie to us. Does it matter when they fulfill our low expectations?
Keller @ Large: Trump Wrong To Wall Himself Off From ReportersThis sort of heavy-handed hide-and-go-seek was a bad look for President Obama and it’s bad for Trump as well.
Keller @ Large: There Is No Excuse For This - Clear Your Car!If you don't clear the snow off your car, you better hope Jon Keller doesn't see you.