“If we can figure out a way to simplify the tax code—a nonpartisan endeavor—then we will make our workforce more productive. Of course, limiting regulations and lowering taxes would also help, but with a divisive political field, simplification is one task that we can readily achieve.”
“A smaller government with enough strength to regulate business can facilitate the efficiency of the free market while preventing that market from taking advantage of the people,” says Garrett Reynolds.
“The embargo on Cuba has failed. Let us expose Cuba to capitalism and allow it to prosper.”
Green Line development is just one of the many changes Boston infrastructure will see in the coming months.
Republican governor-elect Charlie Baker is reaching across the aisle as he makes appointments for his upcoming administration.
Political polarization has made the U.S. government more dysfunctional than ever. That’s why I should be in charge.
With one year under his belt Mayor Walsh plans to move the city into the 21st century with a new emphasis on technological systems.
Menino was the longest-serving mayor in Boston’s history, and he left office with a strong reputation as an urban mechanic.
First Lady Michelle Obama took time off from her anniversary on Friday to support Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley.
Following Mayor Walsh’s appointment of a new arts chief, Joyce Linehan remains the art community’s fiercest supporter in City Hall.