Week In Review
After four decades of tyranny, the page turns in Libya as Muammar Gadhafi is killed. President Barack Obama enjoys another victory on the foreign policy front, receiving praise even from some of his harshest critics. And though a piece of his jobs bill failed to pass muster with Senate Republicans, the President appears to be honing in on a narrative for his re-election campaign. Then, as occupy protests continue with no real end in sight – should demonstrators be responsible for the cost of police overtime? One local financial watchdog thinks so. Plus – the Red Sox clubhouse soap opera continues and bans and prohibitions abound in our ever-popular thumbs up, thumbs downsegment. We’re joined by Denterlein’s Terence Burke; social critic and attorney Wendy Kaminer; and former Massachusetts Congressman Peter Blute.