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  • Comment on: 'South of Boston, riders cope with cuts in public transportation and higher fares'

    Posted 04/08/2012 08:22:18 EDT

    I never heard a single word concerning the pay, benefit,disability and retirement that the workers receive. Can that be published and discussed by the taxpayers or is this just one more so called "pub more »

  • Comment on: 'Romney talks housing, ends up defending banks'

    Posted 01/29/2012 10:40:42 EST

    There is no one not to blame who had anything to do with this housing mess. You can start with the illigal immigrant, the person who lyed about their income or out and out flipper who went to the bank more »

  • Comment on: 'Mass. group says employer confidence sliding'

    Posted 11/01/2011 10:19:15 EDT

    The most discouraging news is Education. Tearing down of Massachusetts Board of Education, the complete control of the Teachers Unions, backed up 100% by the Governor, increased Federal control to wat more »

  • Comment on: 'Mass. may seek ‘

    Posted 08/21/2011 07:54:26 EDT

    If its good for the teachers Unions its good for the teachers unions and all other public service unions. After Patrick replaced Anderson and Stotsky on the Mass board of education for his neihborhood more »

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    Posted 06/30/2011 01:21:55 EDT

    The construction industry and all related ones will boom the day that the market is finally settled and known and the foreclosures all sold to people that can afford them. When that day finally comes more »

  • Comment on: 'Governor can tout higher-ed boost, but the numbers tell a different story'

    Posted 06/14/2011 08:00:42 EDT

    From day one this governor with the help of teachers unions, has sought to control and then water down this states education at every level. Just interview the people who were removed from the board o more »

  • Comment on: Atlas mugged - The Boston Globe

    Posted 04/19/2011 07:27:29 EDT

    We enjoyed the movie. It is fun to watch a movie that the liberal and Hollywood people hate. Not many of those made. A current parady might be T.Boone Pickens idea to use new technology in home produc more »

  • Comment on: '20% down on homes may soon be norm'

    Posted 04/11/2011 05:19:48 EDT

    To those who are crying "overrection" I say rent a smaller place in a less expensive area until you save up that 20%. I know it will kill my barber and the hairdresser who have 6 or 7 flips at a time more »

  • Comment on: 'Mass. lawmakers say budget accord sets harsh precedent'

    Posted 04/10/2011 07:17:32 EDT

    A lousy first step. Wait till they really start going over all those sick days, family leaves, holidays with triple pay if you work, retirements in your 40's and 50's with fat pensions, and health car more »

  • Comment on: Stretching%20to%20buy%20-%20a%20fact%20of%20life%20in%20Greater%20Boston%20-%20may%20soon%20become%20a%20lot%20harder

    Posted 04/08/2011 08:51:55 EDT

    20% of skin in the game sounds about OK. If they can enforce it. That and forcing banks to be permanently responsible for that 20% would also be OK. That might have prevented my Barber and my wife's h more »

  • Comment on: Lindsey Graham shows us exactly how not to respond to barbarity - The Angle - Boston.com

    Posted 04/04/2011 03:39:04 EDT

    I respect the opnion of this great American. I was shocked the other day listening to one of this world's great leaders, Lee Kwan Yew. He had been the head of Singapore for over 31 years and his son n more »

  • Comment on: Nuclear-powered discomfort - The Boston Globe

    Posted 03/29/2011 09:49:23 EDT

    This article is what journalism and media are all about today. Alarmist revision of history. more »

  • Comment on: We’ve been feeding industry beast too long - The Boston Globe

    Posted 03/27/2011 07:14:08 EDT

    I must come from another world. In comparison to wind and solar!
    How about Coal and oil and national security? Reading the Globe alarmist crap is like following OPEC crap. Don from Plymouth. more »

  • Comment on: In the shadow of aging reactors - The Boston Globe

    Posted 03/27/2011 07:09:28 EDT

    Are all the alarmists at the Globe and other media considering the safety record of the Nuclear industry since its existance in comparison to all the other coal and oil accidents over the same period more »

  • Comment on: 'With speech in Wisconsin, Patrick will wade further into union battle'

    Posted 03/27/2011 01:43:50 EDT

    The Ponzi fraudulent squeeze executed by so called "public service Unions" is about to come to an end. A one party state, controlled by those unions, who elect the people that they can negotiate with, more »

  • Comment on: 'Skinner defends himself'

    Posted 03/26/2011 10:15:54 EDT

    I agree with Skinner. Year after year until the last his kids improved. That last year they didn't. Saunders got hurt the first game and was never the same. He and a couple of the others really let hi more »

  • Comment on: Orioles%20manager%20Showalter%20rips%20Epstein%20

    Posted 03/25/2011 07:31:40 EDT

    Give me a 300 mil payroll to build a team to beat a 10000 Mil payroll and any jerk can win. Thats why I root for Kansas City. more »

  • Comment on: 'Too much jargon, too few fixes'

    Posted 03/22/2011 12:02:15 EDT

    when the governor removed the "wicked witch of the state house" and "doberman grandma" from Brookline from the Board of Education and replaced her with his campaign fund raiser next door you could see more »

  • Comment on: Riding the innovation wave - The Boston Globe

    Posted 03/13/2011 09:18:38 EDT

    In search of excellence Americans should have some money for academic success. There could be thousands of students with outstanding talent for science and math who never show it and will never know w more »

  • Comment on: 'Unions to use Wis. setback to fuel national counterattack'

    Posted 03/11/2011 08:32:49 EST

    The tide will turn like water coming down a cliff once the average private sector union guy realizes he is footing the bill for the so called "public service union" excesses in pensions, benefits, and more »

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    Posted 02/26/2011 05:54:11 EST

    Thank god for our Country. Everybody knew it would happen some day. A Ponzi scheme of fraud perpetuated on the taxpayers by so called "public service Unions" is finally going to come to an end. Teache more »

  • Comment on: 'Celtics players got the message'

    Posted 02/21/2011 06:03:35 EST

    All that booing would not happen in Boston. I think its the guilt conscious LA fans who realize they were lucky to get the Celtics with Garnett and Perkins down. more »

  • Comment on: 'Teachers union set to take strike vote'

    Posted 02/21/2011 05:56:02 EST

    It is starting to look like the Fraudulent Ponzi scheme of so called "public service union" is finally unraveling. I remembered when this started that Charles Meaney the head of the AFL could not unde more »

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