Viewpoints

A modest proposal for funding Berkshire Hills public schools

Saturday, Mar 7 - In his letter to the editor and to the Berkshire Hills Regional School Committee, Chip Elitzer writes: "Let's also remember what public education is about. Do we tell a family with ten school-age children living in a modest home that they must pay higher taxes than a childless couple living on a grand estate? Of course not."

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Friday, Mar 6 - After reviewing GOP presidential hopefuls, Lulu 'n' Hershey realize that the hilarity has only begun at DNN (Dogs News Network). The election season is still ahead.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Thursday, Mar 5 - There must be a serious candidate among the GOP hopefuls for the White House; Lulu and Hershey hasn't found him(her) yet.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Wednesday, Mar 4 - The DNN (Dogs News Network) Comedy Hour continues, as those intrepid reporters, Lulu and Hershey, consider the potential presidential candidacy of Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Tuesday, Mar 3 - Irresistible mirth as the Two Dog hosts of DNN (Dogs News Network) continue reviewing potential GOP candidates: today it's Chris Christie.... let the good times roll.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Monday, Mar 2 - At the Dogs News Network (DNN), Lulu and Hershey begin profiling a potential GOP candidates for president. Jeb Bush is up first.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Friday, Feb 27 - Reality's just another name for nothing left to lose, conclude Hershey and Lulu. And so, they lose it. Two tripping psychedelic poodles.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Wednesday, Feb 25 - A metaphysical discussion of the nature of existence continues. Who knew what depths dogs' dialogue could reach?

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Tuesday, Feb 24 - Hershey helps Lulu through an identity crisis, and answers the question: "What's reality?"

Vote yes March 2 to continue Smart Meter moratorium in Sheffield

Saturday, Feb 21 - In her letter to the editor, Nina Anderson writes: "Regarding your article about linking rising electric rates with the pipeline, I would question how the National Grid Worcester Smart Meter pilot program's price tag of $44 million is factored in. Could it be that our higher rates are filling their coffers to pay for this pilot? "

KALCHEIM: Why do Republicans like war?

Saturday, Feb 21 - There is no more menacing, hypocritical force in American politics today than the so-called “moderate” wing of the Republican Party establishment, and their love for all things war-related.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Thursday, Feb 19 - Hershey's high-flying Oscar predictions continue: Best Supporting Actress.