Election day in only a few days away. It may be a little tough for Bay Staters to be as excited as others because we have been doing our duty and electing good, honest, and Democratic people to the House and Senate for some time.
I knew I was forgetting a few more states when I did my endorsements. I apologize to the McCaskill and Klobuchar campaigns for neglecting these two special ladies and future United States Senators. Missouri: Claire McCaskill has had a long history in MO. She has
Election day is nearly upon us. First, given that most readers are from the Bay State, we’re going to issue National endorsements for pivotal races first, to give you time to contact your friends and relatives across the country to get them out to vote.
Every year we go through this and every year it gets more aggravating. Morgan Quitno, a Kansas-based publishing company, has released their much-anticipated and much annoying most/least dangerous cities in America. By the grace of God or simply escalating violence elsewhere, Springfield did not fall
It may seem odd for a kid, who grew up with technology and uses it to solicit his opinions to wax nostalgic over newspapers. But a bad news cycle for newspapers has been, well, in the news. The Boston Globe, New England’s largest newspaper is
I apologize for being AWOL. I hope nobody deserted me in the process. Little more than eight months from now, the Springfield Finance Control board (FCB) is destined to die. It is important to reflect on this now, as when July 1, 2007 comes along,
Well, we seem to have gone from a risk of being overtolled to no tolls. Frankly, I’m shocked. I never thought I’d see the day that tolls would vanish from the Massachusetts Turnpike, especially after the startling news form the Globe on potentially tolled WMass
This political season taxes, in addition to mudslinging, have been a hot-button issue. Like all people, Bay Staters, who may oppose Bush’s tax cuts for poor rich people, are feeling pinched. This has spawned ideas to reduce the tax burden from reducing the income tax
Today I thought we might go on a trip to Pennsylvania and the lovely Senate race there. Republican Sanctimonious Santorum, the incumbent sparred with his Democrat Robert Casey in Pittsburgh yesterday. The debate was called “a barroom brawl” minus fists by the Philadelphia Inquirer. Casey
It was too good to be true. I know it, you know it, we all know it. When William Weld told Mr. Turnpike Director Whatever “Tear down those tolls!” it was only a temporary thing. For, if in fact there were any permanence to this,