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Posted 07/15/2014 03:27:49 EDT
I agree with Cullen's sentiments, but the multiple uses of "holy roller" makes the column easy to dismiss by those he is critiquing. And what's with sentences like this: "Gordon College and other reli more »
Posted 07/02/2014 11:52:17 EDT
Wind power (not renewables but wind by itself) already supplies > 25 % of all electricity generated in two US states. more »
Posted 03/27/2014 06:59:08 EDT
God bless Cape Wind and protect them from Ms. Parker and the Kochs.
Posted 03/21/2014 12:07:29 EDT
Lightning struck him and made his a shooting star?
Excellent column, but the metaphors could use some work.
Posted 01/22/2014 11:11:21 EST
It's NIMBYism, all right, but I don't know about "liberal." It looks to me as if the Koch brothers are bankrolling these endless lawsuits. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/23/us/koch-brother-wages-12-ye more »
Posted 08/21/2013 01:04:00 EDT
"She said she supported casino gambling in the state, which would be part of the financial landscape for whomever succeeds Patrick." Note to Globe editorial staff: "whoever" is a subject pronoun; "who more »
Posted 07/24/2013 01:51:53 EDT
Attention Jasper Craven and boston.com editorial staff: "Women" is a plural noun; "woman" is a singular noun.
Posted 02/24/2013 01:15:35 EST
If it's Obama's idea, you have to wonder why so many Tea Partiers eg, Sen. Rancid Paul) have talked about it so enthusiastically.
Posted 02/20/2013 01:24:25 EST
A man best known for his solicitation of prostitutes? Whom could the chairwoman be talking about? Could it be a GOP Senator, such as David Vitter of Louisiana?
Kirsten, this is rich.
Posted 02/18/2013 05:07:33 EST
Over the last decade, thousands of students have attended Hull High School, a few hundred feet from a 1 Mw turbine. I wonder why they haven't suffered all the dire health effects that the anti-wind cr more »
Posted 12/21/2012 01:13:42 EST
These babies want to turn the country, even the elementary schools, into even more of an armed camp than it is, all so they can keep their big bad guns. Pathetic....
Posted 10/25/2012 04:16:29 EDT
Bill, if you're going to write such an inane post, at least define whom you mean by "this." more »
Posted 10/22/2012 05:12:52 EDT
Bloomberg was a Dem first, then a Republican, then an independent. Anyway, Defend is right: Brown is the color of toast. more »
Posted 10/22/2012 05:12:48 EDT
Posted 10/22/2012 05:04:08 EDT
That rule about the bathroom breaks seems to have applied to the dog, as well as the kids--with famously bad results. Time management technique? The mark of the successful businessman? Maybe so, but t more »
Posted 10/21/2012 06:26:25 EDT
Sympathy says it's spelled Lybia, and IRErocks says Llbaya. Can't you guys at last agree on the same misspelling?
Posted 10/11/2012 05:11:57 EDT
Rasumussen, a "Republican-leaning firm," to put it mildly, also came out with a poll today, showing Warren ahead of Brown by 2 pts. more »
Posted 10/11/2012 05:11:54 EDT
Posted 10/10/2012 09:10:18 EDT
Harvard isn't paying her one cent more the market dictates--and 350K is not close to what someone w her expertise would command as a partner in big law firm. What you Republicans are saying is that yo more »
Posted 10/10/2012 09:10:14 EDT
Posted 10/10/2012 05:54:33 EDT
Untrue if he represents the bank in the closings, as suggested by this article.
Posted 10/10/2012 05:07:40 EDT
Yes, boys, that's why Martha Coakley--Martha Coakley!--killed the Empty Barncoat in W. Mass. back in 2010. Have you fellows ever been there? It is filled with the kind of people you hate: lesbians, Hi more »
Posted 10/10/2012 05:05:06 EDT
Yes, boys, that's probably why Martha Coakley--yes, Martha Coakley!--beat the Empty Barncoat in Western Mass by something like a ratio of two to one. more »
Posted 10/10/2012 05:04:59 EDT
Posted 10/10/2012 04:47:50 EDT
God almighty, fellow. Where did you learn your spelling and grammar? more »
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