The Boston Globe just swung a big pipe at Deval Patrick over his insistence on Project Labor agreements. Although it lacks any compelling reasons for doing so, the Patrick administration is continuing to impose project labor agreements on some major state projects. Those agreements restrict work to contractors who agree to use union labor and abide by union work…Read More »
I was on Broadside with Jim Braude last night for two segments. The first was talking about the presidential primary. The second followed Sean Murphy of the Boston Globe’s explanation of his investigation. I made one point that is being lost by those that say Tim Murray did nothing wrong, that this is all McLaughlin’s fault. The point is, Mike…Read More »
For the past two to three years we’ve been hearing from Howie Carr that the Boston Globe is just about to die. But something strange is happening on that deathbed. The Globe and the Herald just signed a deal that would enable the bigger paper to print and deliver the tabloid.
The Herald has been seeking a broader distribution deal…
It's love. Not a crush, not a flirtation – L-O-V-E love. The Boston Globe is head over heels for Elizabeth Warren. That in itself is no real surprise. A Harvard professor? A veteran of the Obama Administration? A self-styled anti Wall Street crusader? And she wants to run statewide, against the guy who shook the Globe's collective worldview to its…Read More »
Last week I was given a mention in the Boston Globe for my Tweet regarding raises given to managers in the Department of Transportation. I tweeted: “As former #MassDOT staff, I understand new merger, but raises are inappropriate considering @MassBudget.” It’s the last snippet in the article, which you can read here http://articles.boston.com/201… Instead of giving more to political managers,…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) No. Just Joan being Joan. Or as I like to call her, Vennochio. So Joan Vennochio of the Boston Globe wrote an Op/Ed piece Brown being Brown in yesterday’s Globe. In it she constructed the classic straw man argument, attributing to Senator Brown positions he has never taken. Brown was against the…Read More »
( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) This was in my inbox this morning and I have copied it in its entirety. This really looks like a Boston Globe hatchet job on one of the brighter prospects in the Republican bench. A Personal Message from Sean Bielat Regarding Recent Boston Globe Accusations It’s Valentine’s Day and the Boston Globe…Read More »