A recent op-ed in the Boston Globe suggests that student activism at Smith College’s School for Social Work is “overwrought,” and advises us as organizers that “not every dispute warrants a social-justice crusade.”
He’s a shameless mouthpiece for the businesspeople aiming to shift more public dollars toward institutions that are not accountable to taxpayers.
Just kidding. Boston Red Sox owner John Henry didn’t tap his wife, Linda Henry, to play shortstop or any other position at Fenway. That would be preposterous.
We don’t say this stuff because we think guns are great, but rather to remind people that the Globe is merely out for clicks and eyeballs like every other outlet.
Engage with socialist ideas directly than relying on the straw man version of them set up by the capitalist news media.
What marks each of those dark episodes is a failure to fathom where an outlet’s vision leads, to carry rhetoric to its logical conclusion. This satirical interpolation attempts to do just that, to envision what Boston looks like with the Globe spinning rightward.
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To be fair, it might be awkward for Healey to pursue violations given that her own office has trouble following the public records law.
The only voter option left for the 2016 ballot is a measure that will end up making lawbreakers out of most of us.