Keller At Large
While I won’t shed a tear if this creature is put to death, perhaps it is better that he rot in prison for a few decades, before he rots in hell.
Somewhere in-between these competing visions of reality and economic growth lie the answers we need.
When you drive your own car, it sharpens your ability to plan ahead, to figure out the shortest distance to your destination, or to prioritize a safer route over a quicker one.
We say we want more good people to run for office, but when they do step forward, too many voters are too easily persuadable that they’re bad people.
A state representative convicted of assaulting his girlfriend has been brought to the Massachusetts Statehouse in handcuffs.
In a way, he is still delivering the news – news you can use, you might say – in the form of his instructive, uplifting life story.
One minute we’re enduring the reality of winter together, one community committed to helping each other through it. The next, we’re at each other’s throats – or at least the throats of our civic leaders – over storm-related slights, real or imagined.
Jon Keller says Gov. Patrick needs to tell the truth about our economy.
Trust me on this, even though I have no idea what I’m doing.
When someone commits a serious offense, it is expected that, once caught, the perp will, if he or she wants rehabilitation or mercy, show genuine remorse.