Once more - it's the unhistory of it all
Funny that there is more notice of that than a shindig a few weeks ago with the guy himself here in town. Granted it was a closed event, but still you wonder whether anyone asks him to talk on that history, good or bad. He may just decline, I really don't know. When you think about it... lots of local pols go to ground when they are out of office, even the ones who don't have such negatives.. even some who were quite popular. Anyone hear from Bill Coyne much at all? Long serving congressman for the city and environs and he still lives here. Seems like he would be good on all sorts of subjects, and I will add he is also responsible for the strengthening of the tiered (aka Henry George) tax in the city when he was on city council. How about that staple of local political punditry Tom Flaherty who is amazingly quiescent, but that you can mostly explain by his honor's new job on the court and all.