In the interest of reminding readers that the promise of Long Island is still a life or death issue, some cogent testimonies from Monday’s Boston Homeless Solidarity Committee speakout
His mistakes go on, from claiming, “decriminalization destroys early intervention,” to failing to understand that court-ordered drug treatment for pot is an enormous waste of resources that could go to treating opiate addiction.
Boston Mayor Walsh is a lousy anti-addiction spokesperson
It’s the situation that arises when a giant corporation like GE wants extraordinary amounts of state money to site facilities in the Commonwealth.
The terms of the essentially secret deal that led to this situation—brokered by high public officials and GE leadership with no public oversight whatsoever—are already being violated.
Though the mayor’s behavior routinely reveals that he is blinded by a crude stubbornness on this issue, this past week all three of you exalted leaders stumbled face-first in the stupid pile with your Campaign for a Safe and Healthy Massachusetts.
Engage with socialist ideas directly than relying on the straw man version of them set up by the capitalist news media.
General Electric brass, pols celebrate government giveaway while public opposition grows
BIG LIES emerge against legal marijuana in Mass
Has the city’s complicated, problematic, and historically corrupt liquor licensing process guaranteed that Boston will never have a normal or equitable social life? Could lifting the cap on the number of licenses fix it?