Gov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, and boosters like the Boston Globe claim that the investment will be worth it. Yet GE’s record of slashing jobs, despoiling the environment, and evading taxes says otherwise.
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Few things are less democratic than a state of the city, state, or union address. They are subjective greatest hits lists for captive audiences, written by people who are paid to make their bosses shine.
Some of the many details the corporate media isn’t telling you.
There are countless issues on which Walsh and his team at Boston City Hall should probably focus in 2016, plus hundreds if not more ways that politics on Beacon Hill could improve.
The road to legal is paved with hard work, not edibles
In 2015, Krampus is slaking America’s thirst for red-cheeked justice
Back at the event that good government forgot, the night ended with the patronizing presentation of the “Broken Glass Award.”
It’s unclear what it will take for the media to objectively report on this issue.