On Sunday nights in my household, sometimes it sounds like a herd of wildebeests is running up and down the hallways. If I didn’t know any better, I might think I was in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, judging by the screams of the howler monkeys and the calls of the macaws.
It’s usually always a pleasure to visit your old hometown, like I did last week. Memory is good enough to bring back all the good stuff and weak enough to blur the bad stuff.
Charlie Baker has not yet decided if he will seek re-election in 2022.
Voting in this country is a right. It is not really a privilege. Various constitutional amendments over time have verified all legal citizens have the right to vote. Call it a privilege if you want but that is theatrical.
I was looking at the paper one day last week and the thought struck me — is this “the new normal?” If so, maybe it’s not so bad after all.
Today, after almost 250 years from the founding of the United States of America, we look back on our history and are shocked, ashamed and disgusted that there ever existed the institution of slavery where men, women and children of color were bought and sold. They were considered to be mere …
When Mayor Paul Heroux and challenger Todd McGhee meet Thursday night in the only debate scheduled before the Nov. 2 city election, I’ll once again have the best seat in the house.
There is a fundamental inequity in the ability of Americans to enforce their rights under the United States Constitution.
I have to admit I have never totally understood or been a big fan of Columbus Day. And it has nothing to do with political correctness.
The weeks are flying by, the leaves are falling, the weather is getting colder — all clues that it’s about time to start thinking about writing a letter to Santa Claus!
“Once I was young and had so much more orientation and could talk with nervous intelligence about everything, and with clarity …”
It’s long been said by many — including me — that this area was “settled” by John Woodcock and several other families from Attleborough, England back in the 1600s.
This week, Congress is listening to Facebook whistle blower testimony regarding the practices employed by the world’s leading social media. The concern is that Facebook puts profits above everything as they persuade billions to take in their presentation of anything. Oh, and they rake in bil…
Here’s a striking irony: the prevalence of “rare diseases” in America isn’t actually all that rare.