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Putin’s strange bedfellows

Both leftists and rightists see Putin’s Russia as perhaps the only force that can counteract American hegemony. By Cathy Young


Commitment and faith at Market Basket

In their determination to bring back Arthur T. Demoulas, Market Basket employees are demonstrating notable qualities.


A housing model that can help middle class

A development project in Dorchester is picking a fight with the economics of Boston’s dysfunctional housing market.


Next prison commissioner must embrace reform, independent oversight

An independent authority’s greatest role would be to assure the public that all reports of prisoner abuse are investigated fairly and thoroughly.


Baker’s good example in releasing tax returns

Charlie Baker, the likely Republican nominee for governor, has bucked a recent trend among some gubernatorial candidates in Mass.

Kirk Minihane made vulgar on-air comments about a female reporter during a July 16 broadcast on WEEI.


Boorish host, gutless station

Entercom suspended Kirk Minihane not immediately after his recent comments but when it learned it would lose advertising dollars.

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Editorial cartoons by Dan Wasserman

A look at the most recent illustrated viewpoints from Globe editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman.