Posts Tagged ‘boston globe’

Lone Wolfette


Joan Venocchi in today’s Boston Globe tells it like it is. AMERICANS CAN handle the truth. But when it comes to terrorist acts on American soil, government officials are reluctant to give it to us straight from the start. Americans know the truth. It’s time for politicians — Republican and Democratic — to trust them […]

Share This


The blindness of the thoughtful to the stupidity of their conclusions is too dangerous to be funny for more than a moment. It was Armageddon all right, a battle between selfishness and sharing. So writes Boston Globe columnist Derrick Jackson, a raging loony tune of the left, lost in the thick fog of his untethered […]

No Bargain


Why are the Democrats so committed to taking over health care? The web of dependency they’ve created in order to keep themselves in power is crushing us. They want to escape responsibility, and they want to keep the scam alive. From today’s Boston Globe: Jane Teal said she only wanted to help her hometown when […]

Scott Treatment


They’re holding their online noses at the Boston Globe and giving Scott Brown’s swearing-in today the respect it is due. Brown’s next stop: Washington (Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe) The governor certified January’s special Senate election today, clearing the way for Senator-elect Scott Brown to be sworn in this evening in Washington. Brown resigns […]

It’s already been a week since the Massachusetts victory. Not enough time for the Boston Globe to figure out the meaning of the election. One state’s vote, by a 52-47 majority, doesn’t erase a 29-state presidential victory and a 59-vote Senate margin. If Democrats use the Massachusetts election to abandon health reform, they won’t be […]

The Terminator


It’s not a surprise, but the news is good nonetheless. The Boston Globe has endorsed Martha Coakley. In the process, they have provided Scott Brown with an exciting new nickname. People in Massachusetts are understandably frustrated. Next week’s special election comes in the midst of a too-long Senate debate on health care, showcasing much of […]

Beyond Liberals


Does Tiger Woods have the right to be attracted to whatever sort of woman he’s attracted to? Not in the racist minds of liberals like Eugene Robinson at the Washington Post. Here’s my real question, though: What’s with the whole Barbie thing? No offense to anyone who actually looks like Barbie, but it really is […]

Racist Liberals


Would a conservative publication get away with portraying the President as the Boston Globe did today? Here’s the editorial from today’s Globe. Acting as if he were head of the Chicago chamber of commerce, not the leader of the United States, President Obama is traveling hat in hand to meet with the International Olympic Committee […]

Party Time


Michael Steele refutes claims by Jimmy Carter that racism is at the root of the political anger that is growing over Obama’s leadership with an obvious question – was racism to blame when Democrats, with incredible emotion and ugliness, called George W. a liar? We’ve seen how racism stays alive in this country. It was […]

Union Kings


One of the benefits of the bad economy is the pressure it’s putting on the corrupt relationship between Democrats and their business partners, public employee unions. Nearly 30 Boston firefighters with pending disability claims filed for retirement yesterday, just two days before a new state law ends a controversial benefit that allows them to significantly […]

It’s Alright


When Judge Sotomayor’s views on the superior judgement of Hispanic women hit the media, you can understand some Republicans drooling with glee. ONE DAY after President Obama nominated federal judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, former House speaker Newt Gingrich labeled her a racist. The racist label has long been used by Democrats as […]

Democrats successfully pose as being “for the children,” or the “education candidate,” while pursuing policies that are utterly destructive to those goals. That’s why it’s rare to have liberals admit the truth, as the Boston Globe did in the first paragraph of an education story today. Surging levels of poverty and immigration present some of […]

Long on Disease


Will the unions, and the failed liberal ideals that spawned them, succeed in doing to newspapers what they’ve done to the auto makers? It sure looks that way. The latest on the verge of collapsing is the New York Times owned Boston Globe. The Times wants big concessions from the unions in a last ditch […]

Monday morning I launch an investigation of alternative schools – in search of successful educational organizations that provide clear alternatives to the oppressive failure of the Democrat’s public schools. I start in Lynn, Massachusetts Charter School, at KIPP Academy. KIPP Academy Lynn is a new public middle school which opened its doors August 9, 2004. […]