Double guests, double insights today. Mat Helman of ProgressMass and Jason Stephany of MassUniting joined us to talk the races for POTUS and US Senate from MA.
There’s no secret that all four of us favor Elizabeth Warren over Scott Brown and Barack Obama over Mitt Romney. Helman and Stephany got down into details about […]
Maybe Mitt Romney could use another four years to prep, but everyone else seems ready for the elections to be done. We bring in two guests to talk to the races for POTUS and the US Senate from MA. Mat Helman from ProgressMass and Jason Stephany of MassUniting give us their views — and predictions […]
John L. Galligan, the blogger at Chimes at Midnight, joined us again. A keen and witty political observer — and a bit of an historian — he gave some perspective on races. We covered the POTUS, the US Senate from MA, and even ended up with his local state house races in Arlington/Belmont.
Listen in as […]
This is the moment, a second chance for change in a short time, for foundering Boston Public Schools, according to John Connolly. He joined came on today to talk about the Quality Choice Plan.
The first chance was what he called “a swing and a miss,” that brought a pretty reactionary teachers-union contract.
That new plan is […]
Solo punditry today as Mike went on about the U.S. Senate and POTUS debates in the past week. He offered maybe all too obvious suggestions for the Dem candidates.
Elizabeth Warren, challenger to Sen. Scott Warren, held her own in Lowell, but Barack Obama seemed to doze through his Denver show with Mitt Romney. Mike was […]
Our next two LA shows are set. Next Tuesday, 10/9, the usual suspects chat up the second Warren/Brown Senate and the first Obama/Romney debate-like-events. The following week, 10/16, a brash proposal from on high might revamp the Boston Public Schools.
If you can catch Ryan and Mike live pontificating on the kinda debates, go here at […]
A pedals-on scholar of transportation and cycling, Steven Miller, joined us to talk cyclists versus drivers, past, present and future. Among his many related credentials (check the link for a sketch) he founded Hub on Wheels, sits on the MBTA and Cambridge bicycle advisory boards, and is on the board of Livable Streets, where he […]