Keller At Large
Yes, Obamacare’s critics who root for its failure shouldn’t do so. And Democrats shouldn’t pretend the fiasco we’re seeing now isn’t all that bad.
Maybe the Red Sox and the city that loves them have both turned a corner.
It happens every year at about this time: the music industry insiders who choose nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame release their list, and every music fan in America immediately descends into heated argument over it.
No wonder the likes of Harry Reid, Ted Cruz, and the rest of the stooges in DC think it’s funny to spoon-feed us baby talk.
There’s a word for the way these two guys are thinking and campaigning.
Few communal experiences in life are more exhilarating than going from the pits to the penthouse in the course of one glorious summer and fall.
There are a number of readers furious to see me criticize both parties, because they believe their side is good and the other is evil.
We’ve seen a couple of studies that make you wonder if we have any idea how damaging phone addiction can be.
I tweeted a request for comment on the impending government shutdown and what people tweeted back to me was pretty interesting.
Instead of always swinging for the long ball, they are creative about scoring runs and finding ways to win; results-oriented, instead of obsessed with statistics.