Will The Boston Globe Follow-up on Its Own Workplace Abuse Article?

Will The Boston Globe Follow-up on Its Own Workplace Abuse Article?

By: Aliana Brodmann E. von Richthofen – Feb. 2018 After decades of being begged by hundreds, if not thousands, of workplace abuse victims to report on this escalating crime, The Boston Globe finally published a superficial article on 12/30/17: “Still in the Shadows, bullying at work takes a huge toll.” For starters, it’s not in the […]

The Tipping Point in the National Security Crisis

The Tipping Point in the  National Security Crisis

Dignitaries Speak at Ahavath Torah Congregation in Stoughton By: Beth D’Amato – Dec. 2016 Four prominent speakers visited a Synagogue in Stoughton last month to talk about the dire state of American national Security and America’s relationship with Israel. Retired Lieutenant General Jerry “Blackhawk Down” Boykin (Mogadishu); Frank Gaffney, President of the Center for Security […]

TOM DUGGAN’S NOTEBOOK – SEPTEMBER 2014 – Primary Election Reflections and Tomaselli Sisters, MORE!

BOSTON PRESS FAKES POLL NUMBERS IN TIERNEY RACE I declare shenanigans! Before the September 9th primary elections in MA the Boston Globe and the Boston media was so desperate to inflate congressional candidate Seth Moulten’s numbers against John Tierney that they released a bogus poll a week before the election showing Tierney at 47% and […]

Mayor Sullivan Calls Remarks by Former Councilor “Racist”

Lawrence Mayor Michael Sullivan Calls Councilor Carlos Matos’ Remarks Racist Tom Duggan – June, 2008 Lawrence Mayor Michael Sullivan issued a press release this week calling comments in the Boston Globe by former Lawrence City Councilor Carlos Matos in the Boston Globe “racist.” Sullivan also complained about similar comments Matos made when he was spearheading […]

Erroneous Eagle~Tribune story costs Monarch $40M

Erroneous Eagle~Tribune story costs Monarch $40M

  An exclusive interview with Bob Ansin. By: Tom Duggan – October, 2007 Earlier this month, several erroneous Eagle-Tribune stories alleged that Robert Ansin, CEO of sustainable development company MassInnovation, was running out of funds and that asbestos was found inside the Monarch on the Merrimack building. On Sunday, September 16, the Eagle-Tribune ran a […]

Blanchette Chosen as Council President Frechette elected Vice President in Lawrence

Vote Latino Campaign still Sore Spot with Some   By: Tom Duggan – January 2, 2004 Lawrence – District “A” (Prospect Hill) Councilor Patrick Blanchette was elected president of the Lawrence City Council Friday night after the swearing in of all new city officials. Blanchette faced opposition from Carlos Matos, a newcomer, who was nominated […]