As the one-time corporate behemoth slinks away from the chaos it created in the Bay State (yet again)
While my DigBoston and BINJ colleagues and I do occasionally skewer the Boston Globe ...
It’s hardly a secret that I’m no fan of Boston Globe columnist Shirley Leung’s writing on matters political and economic. Which clearly reflects her belief that bringing big corporations to Boston and shovelling public money at them is the best way ... read more
Tribute after tribute aside, no Globie embarrassment is over until pro-business apostle Shirley Leung kicks the corpse.
A general strike is called to cause serious economic disruption aimed at bringing corporations and the government to their knees on a single issue, a group of issues, or even to overthrow the current political economic system itself.
In other words, mass transit advocates should not start the current fight with a weak political proposal like trying to give low-income T riders lower fares and exposing a lot of other better off.
UMass Boston was founded with an “urban mission,” that dictates that its primary purpose is to educate Boston residents.
Ask actual Bostonians, though, and they have myriad reasons for rejecting the Games.
It’s difficult to entertain this kind of utter bullshit humorously, though lampooning Leung’s fraudulence helps to curb the fits of rage that she provokes.