Friday’s radio — toe to toe with CPAC

I spent my morning on the radio doing battle with real conservatives (including those who claim that there is a war on religion,and those who believe unequal pay is about merit). Hillary Chabot and I tackle these issues (with Tom Shattuck live from CPAC) with some time spent talking about dogs and snow, baseball’s neverending season, and the weather. The podcast is here —…/…/02/fridays_morning_meeting_2

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Herald Radio 9-12 Friday (2/27)

I’ll host Morning Meeting tomorrow from 9-12 with Hillary Chabot. You can listen here —

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Morning Meeting — Governor Baker is failing and we need to make the MBTA work.

Here is this morning’s radio program. We talk a lot about the MBTA (and are joined by former Secretary of Transportation Jim Aloisi); a little about turning Fenway Park into an Olympic stadium; a lot about Governor Baker and the snow; a little about movies; and a little about music —

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On Monday, Governor Baker went to work . . .

My take on Governor Baker’s decision to call Monday a “work day.”

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Julian Zelizer Interview

On yesterday’s Morning Meeting, Hillary Chabot and I had the great pleasure of interviewing Julian Zelizer about his new book, The Fierce Urgency of Now. You can hear it here —

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Morning Meeting Podcast –

Here’s the podcast of this this morning’s appearance on Boston Herald Radio. Lots of deflate-gate; Tsarnaev jury selection; Mayor Walsh and his view of contract law; the stars of HGTV’s Fixer-Upper; Princeton Professor Julian Zelizer and more . . .

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Contracts — according to Marty Walsh

My thoughts on Marty Walsh’s effort to avoid the implications of the agreement he signed in connection with Boston 2024 are here —

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