Category: Editorials

The Days are getting Longer

Amidst our winter of discontent, there is some good news on the horizon (literally): The days are getting longer. As this is being written, we will have passed the first full month of the astronomical winter (which starts on December…

Lawsuits will Bring out the Truth

The announcement this past week that Dominion Voting Systems Inc., the company that manufactures voting machines that are used widely across the United States, has filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani for his deliberately defamatory statements about the…

Hank Aaron was a Wonderful Man

Boston baseball fans never got to experience first-hand the greatness of Hank Aaron. The Boston Braves left for Milwaukee in 1953 and Aaron joined the Braves in 1954. With Aaron leading the way, the Braves then embarked on a run…

Joe Biden Needs Our Prayers

With President Joe Biden taking the oath of office this week, America is ready to recover — both physically and psychologically — from the four years of “carnage” that has been left behind by the previous presidential administration. It is…

Let’s Go, Tampa Bay!

It’s okay to admit it, Pats’ fans — we were rooting for Tom and Gronk in their playoff game for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this past Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. It has been jarring to see No. 12…

Guest Op-Ed: Thank You, Boston

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh On January 12, I held my final State of the City, which was broadcast live from Boston’s newest civic treasure, the completely rebuilt Roxbury branch of the Boston Public Library in Nubian Square.  2020 was…

Please, Stop the Violence

Dr. Glenn Mollette Acts of violence against a marriage partner have never saved a marriage. Violent acts toward family members have never made a family happier. Typically, they create emotional and sometimes physical wounds that are never forgotten. Too many…