A Jaunt Through The English Channel

by baldilocks Jeffrey Pelt: Mr. Ambassador, you have nearly a hundred naval vessels operating in the North Atlantic right now. Your aircraft has dropped enough sonar buoys so that a man could walk from Greenland to Iceland to Scotland without getting his feet wet. Now, shall we dispense with the bull? Ambassador Lysenko: You make … Continue reading A Jaunt Through The English Channel

New York Times v. Trump

The New York Times’ decision to draw a line in the sand against Donald Trump’s threat to file a libel suit may come back to haunt the news organization. The issue involves a story about two women who allege that the presidential candidate groped or kissed them without their consent. In a letter asking for … Continue reading New York Times v. Trump

Question 2: The Polling and the Stats driving the Charter School Argument

As a general rule there are not a lot of reasons for conservatives in Massachusetts to smile come election time but WCVB polls on Question 2, the expansion of charter schools in the state is an exception: On charter schools, 49 percent of likely voters support the question and 39 percent oppose, with 12 percent unsure. … Continue reading Question 2: The Polling and the Stats driving the Charter School Argument