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Comment on: Third rail problems cause headaches at JFK/UMass stop on Red Line in Dorchester - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/12/2013 07:47:06 EST
In this time of increasing fares and insufficient public funding, the T needs to reconsider its policy of providing free passes to its employees. T employees ride public transportation free of charge more »
Comment on: Israel 'utterly rejects' emerging Iran deal - World - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/08/2013 07:14:40 EST
If the western nations are truly interested in establishing a "nuclear free zone" in the Middle East, they need to address Israel's nuclear capacity. Although its well known that Israel is part of th more »
Comment on: What sprouted in the Arab Spring - Ideas - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/03/2013 03:45:35 EST
We should also be concerned about Israel's nuclear weapons. Israel's arsenal is rarely mentioned, but perhaps the entire Middle East should be a "nuclear free zone".
Comment on: As police cry deceit, Salem psychics see trouble - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/31/2013 07:42:48 EDT
Who knew you needed a "license" to practice fortune telling? Wow. I wonder what the professional criteria are.
Comment on: Mother of 14-year-old murder suspect speaks out - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/27/2013 12:20:22 EDT
From everything I have read so far, it sounds like this case will involve an "insanity defense". Indeed based on statements made by Chism's classmates and friends, it sounds as though he may have had more »
Comment on: Deloitte IT projects plagued with troubles around the country - Business - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/07/2013 07:42:53 EDT
Managing IT consultants on these massive projects is a full time job. States need to implement a very tight governance process and protocols for overseeing the consultants. In effect, they need a fu more »
Comment on: A thousand defects: DOR fired Deloitte in August - Boston.com
Posted 10/04/2013 07:14:14 EDT
Well actually, the state is not compelled to accept the lowest bid in contracts for goods and services. The rule that carries the day is "best value". Cost is only one factor to consider. Project m more »
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