Rick Green, CEO of Mass Fiscal Alliance, joins Howie to talk about reforming the MBTA.
When it comes to corruption, there’s always a connection back to Boston. Always. Just ask US Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-FL, who is demanding a pay raise for Congress, up from $174,000. According to Roll Call, Alcee is the second poorest member of Congress, with a net worth of negative $2.23 million. Most of the debt involves legal bills associated with his 1989 removal from the federal bench on corruption charges by the Congress in which he now serves. Judge Hastings’ downfall began when his bagman accepted $150,000 from an FBI agent who he thought was a gangster. That FBI agent was H. Paul Rico of Boston, and as […]
Howie talks with Fox News contributor Kirsten Powers about her new book, “The Silencing.”
Of course he’s from Massachusetts. How could George “Steffi” Stephanopoulos possibly be from anywhere else – he’s insufferably smug, duplicitous, Politically Correct, corrupt and obscenely overpaid. And most significantly, in the tradition of every Bay State sleaze from Ted Kennedy to Barney Frank to Jonathan Gruber, Steffi is going to get away with it. Being a moonbat means never having to say you’re sorry. Somewhere, disgraced NBC “News” anchor Brian Williams must be thinking: “I can’t believe my career is over, and Steffi’s isn’t.” Last week Steffi was outed as a world-class hypocrite and fraud, attacking author Peter Schweizer on ABC “News” as a paid shill […]
Thank you, jury! In case you had any lingering doubts about the wisdom of the 12 good men and true, consider the scurvy crew that’s frothing at the mouth over the fate of the tousle-haired All American boy on the cover of the Rolling Stone. Moonbats, NPR, the Boston Globe, terrorists – but I repeat myself. All of the state’s Catholic bishops sternly warned the jury to ignore all Biblical admonitions about an eye for an eye. A crackpot nun was flown up here from New Orleans five times on the taxpayers’ dime to gaze into Tousle Hair’s dreamy brown eyes and attest to his EBT […]
People tell me stuff, and I print it or post it online – that’s my job. I thought this was called reporting, but now I find out that I am engaged in something called “EBT shaming.” Apparently posting supermarket receipts on line is now a hate crime, at least in the trust-funded world of the moonbats. What happened was, a listener in Maine sent me two receipts from the Hannaford in Brewer. After the welfare moms (or dads) bought their daily ration of junk food, their balances remained, respectively, $2325.88 and $1491.97 – more money than many people who actually work for a living and pay taxes have […]