Keller @ Large

Keller @ Large: Pope's Comments Anger Sex Abuse SurvivorsWhile some were angry that Pope Francis did not attend a meeting with sex abuse survivors, their anger was heightened by remarks the Pontiff made afterwards.
Keller @ Large: Have Bernie Sanders' White House Chances Already Come And Gone?Jon Keller reacts to Bernie Sanders' announcement that he is running for president for a second time.
Keller @ Large: Zero Evidence That Voters Want Bill Weld For PresidentWith Weld, it’s often hard to gauge the precise mix of ambition with delusions of grandeur.
Keller @ Large: Lessons To Learn From Amazon's New York City FlopJon says a few lessons can be learned from Amazon’s HQ2 flop in New York.
Keller @ Large: Maura Healey On Purdue Pharma Suit, Trump LawsuitsWBZ-TV's Jon Keller talked to the Massachusetts Attorney General about her lawsuit against the OxyContin maker and her suits against the Trump Administration.
Keller @ Large: The Elizabeth Warren Smear That Just Won't DieJon says the persistence of this lie is in part due to Elizabeth Warren’s defensive, at-times incompetent, handling of it.
Keller @ Large: What Democrats Want In 2020A new CNN poll is upsetting the conventional wisdom about what voters are looking for.
Keller @ Large: Trump's State Of The Union Address Will Be Quickly ForgottenJon says the 2019 State of the Union address, like almost all of its predecessors, will be quickly forgotten.
Keller @ Large: Gary LaPierre's Distinctive Voice Will Live OnJon says Gary LaPierre's distinctive voice will live on in the warm memories of many Bostonians.
Keller @ Large: Cory Booker Joins Crowded 2020 Presidential RaceSo what’s the profound, underlying epiphany we can take away from Sen. Cory Booker’s entrance into the race?
Keller @ Large: All Is Well In Roger WorldColin Kaepernick's collusion lawsuit against the league is still pending. But Roger Goodell has reason to be sanguine.
Keller @ Large: Three-Week Shutdown Reprieve Isn't MuchPresident Trump’s announcement of a three-week reprieve from the government shutdown was a tale of two politicians.