Cornelius Chapman  |  Contributor

Cornelius Chapman is a lawyer in private practice who has written on public policy for Reason Magazine, the Cato Institute and the Pioneer Institute. He also is a frequent contributor to the Boston Herald and is the author of two novels as well as "The Year of the Gerbil," a history of the 1978 Red Sox-Yankees pennant race.

August 8, 2011

18 Holes of Waste

At a time when police, firefighters and teachers are being laid off, it's hard to justify the municipal golf course.