The whistle-blower is a patriot. The president and those attacking him are cowards and bullies.
The Boston GlobeThe whistle-blower is a patriot. The president and those attacking him are cowards and bullies. By making him a punching bag, they have done lasting damage to the country and the Constitution they claim to revere, writes @SpeechBoy71 in @GlobeOpinion.
Lieutenant Jason Menard was killed and three others were injured while battling a four-alarm fire in a three-family home early Wednesday.
The Boston GlobeLieutenant Jason Menard was killed and three others injured while battling a four-alarm fire inside a three-family home in Worcester as he and colleagues searched for a baby who had been reported trapped on the third floor. bos.gl/QLcW5Iapic.twitter.com/5KmE6ib6vl
Despite low approval ratings, Donald Trump remains competitive for reelection.
The Boston Globe“That Trump remains competitive for reelection at the same time that polls show his approval ratings in the low 40s and losing badly to top Democrats in national polling is hard to figure.” — @speechboy71 in @GlobeOpinion
“Lock him up?” It’s hard to find a national issue that will bring the country together and recognize its shared future as Americans. Maybe that’s always been the case and we simply mythologize the past.
GM workers went on strike around the country in September. In Lordstown, there were virtually no jobs left to walk away from. But the auto workers, past and present, came anyway.
The Boston GlobeIn Lordstown, Ohio, the site of a closed GM plant, it feels like things here have only gotten worse since 2016, stoking the populist anger that has long coursed through this corner of the country. What will it mean for 2020?
All around the world, millions are protesting and demanding change. But not here. Why?
The Boston GlobeMichael A. Cohen (@speechboy71) in @GlobeOpinion: "America doesn’t have the same culture of protest as in other countries... That doesn’t make it any less frustrating to see such a lack of public demonstration over Trump’s blatant abuse of power."
The scars from Portsmouth’s illegal pill mills run deep. When it seemed help wasn’t coming, an Army veteran and a group of fitness instructors, rehab counselors, and businessmen decided to try a new strategy.