Callie Crossley Commentary

Commentary

There’s no question that 2016's scorched earth presidential campaign left many unsettled by the acknowledged Russian hacking, the theft of DNC voicemails, and the pre-election FBI email investigation, not to mention the poll-obsessed media, which confidently predicted a Clinton victory. Meanwhile, I can’t help thinking about the old carpenter’s mantra — measure twice, cut once.It’s not a guarantee of a perfect outcome, but it definitely reduces the risk of failure and inspires confidence — the kind of confidence that inspires, well, trust.
WGBH News is supported by:

Editors' Picks

- In our opinion what is interesting and worth taking notice of.
Back to top