You can’t stick your left foot into a Maine residency to vote, only to pull it back out to keep your car registered in New Hampshire.
The freedom to sue the president is not the same as the right to prevail.
It’s Super Bowl weekend, that magical time of year when America’s divisions reshape themselves. On Sunday, we won’t be divided between Republicans and Democrats, with views from the left, right, or center. Instead, we will have Patriots fans versus The Others. Call ‘em “haters.” One of the reasons the Patriots are disliked is their cult-like […]
Bill Gates has 88 times as much as the richest person in Maine; no amount of machination by our legislature will ever make Mr. Gates subject to our state income tax. Yet if he comes for dinner, he can chip into the pot.
Will my Wednesday deadline prove me wrong?
The simple reality is that moving political debate and disagreement into the realm of economic warfare is something Americans should rise above.
No papers, state to state.
When Pandora, in the ancient Greek myth, slammed shut her box after unleashing evils and maladies into the world, one thing remained: hope.
It is a Christmas miracle. For the first time in years — if ever — Gov. LePage attended a meeting of the Senate Democrats. Why? Simple: he was invited. Much was made of Paul Richard LePage’s frosty relationship with the former legislative Democratic leadership of Mark Eves and Justin Alfond. But with new front people […]
The owners of restaurants that are closing don’t have anything to gain now by making a statement against raising the minimum wage.