Category: Editorials

On the Bright Side…..

The lengthening of the daylight hours is imperceptible at first. The least amount of daylight occurred on December 22, clocking in at nine hours, seven minutes. But by the end of this week, January 8, we’ll have nine hours and…

Letter to the Editor

Why Christmas? Dear Editor, In quiet moments, we know we stand before God as sinners.  None can claim perfection.  In the end, no economic status, title, skin color, creed, religious denomination, nationality, position, heritage or possessions will matter.  Only the…

Get Well, Lenny Piazza

We join the Revere community in wishing well-known Revere resident Leonard “Lenny” Piazza a speedy recovery from his recent setback. We look forward to seeing Lenny at the numerous events he attends in the city and making contributions to all…

GOP’s Opposition to Rachael Rollins

The unprecedented opposition, accompanied by unprecedented vitriol, by the Republican members of the U.S. Senate to the nomination of Suffolk County District Atty. Rachael Rollins for the position of U.S. Attorney for the Massachusetts district has laid bare their agenda.…

Letter to the Editor

We Need to Do Better than Us Vs. Them Politics Dear Editor, By the time this issue of the Journal prints, the Special Election for State Senate will be over. So this letter is not to advocate for one candidate…

Charlie Baker Will Be Missed

There has been a lot of speculation by the pundits as to the reasons behind Governor Charlie Baker’s decision not to run for re-election in 2022, but we think it comes down simply to this: Gov. Baker is burned-out, similar…

Throw the Book at Them

Another news cycle — and yet another mass shooting incident in America. The horrific murder last week of at least four students at Oxford High School in suburban Detroit and the wounding of several others by 15 year-old fellow student…