Herald Ambush-Interviews Ex-Early Ed Chief

From our Dog with a Bone desk

The Boson Herald absolutely owns the Sherri Killins story, and today our feisty local tabloid adds another chapter to the saga of the Moonlighting Moonbat (our formulation).

Page One (via the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages):



Enterprising reporter Matt Stout apparently staked out Killin’s Connecticut (!) home, and caught her for the classic driveway interview:

031513killinsmg002Ex-early ed boss: I gave job my all

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The state’s former early education chief finally broke her silence yesterday, saying she gave “everything” she had to her $200,000-a-year job, worked nights and weekends to make up for her controversial moonlighting internship and racked up nearly 100,000 miles the past two years commuting to the Bay State from her home here.

“I gave everything I had to Massachusetts. … I gave everything I had. Massachusetts is in a good place, it is a good time for me to move on,” Sherri Killins told the Herald in the driveway of her white two-story Colonial, where she’s lived while heading the $499 million Department of Early Education and Care, and training as a future school superintendent in a 300-hour internship at Ware Public Schools.


And there’s plenty more for the Herald’s bloodthirsty mob to chew on, and  – as these comments indicate – they totally masticate Killins.

Your pun-chline goes here.

One Response to Herald Ambush-Interviews Ex-Early Ed Chief

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