OpEd Columnist

Dante Ramos

Ramos is a columnist on the Op-Ed page. He previously served as deputy editorial page editor and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2014 for his editorials on how cultural restrictions limit Boston’s economic vitality. Before joining the Globe in 2006, he was a reporter, opinion writer, and editor at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.

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DANTE RAMOS

Va. ex-governor wins at Supreme Court, but corruption is still illegal

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The McDonnell verdict could have done far more to legitimize influence-peddling than it did.

DANTE RAMOS

Affordable housing, cool architecture, or something else? Boston has to choose

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Below-market housing, environmental sustainability, and other concessions that Boston demands from real estate projects all cost money.

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Quality control for colleges is somebody’s job; they’re just not doing it

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Going after the worst colleges has such ugly and disruptive consequences that it’s just been less stressful to keep the loans flowing.

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Good-bye to LinkedIn, Twitter, and (almost) everyone else

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If there’s no hope for Twitter as a stand-alone company in a tech world increasingly dominated by five companies, the prospects many other businesses look even scarier