The bigger your tax bill, the louder your voice in government. Is that really where we want to go?
In 2008, Fidel Castro was re-elected with over 98 percent of the vote
Has everyone recovered from the Thanksgiving meal? I’m not talking about political arguments around the dinner table; I mean the actual, tangible food. It is an American tradition to eat a bit too much, watch the Detroit Lions lose, and then nap. Whether it is the tryptophan from the turkey (it’s not), too much pie […]
The president is both representative of the people and the states. The Electoral College balances these two sources of power.
Each American had their own reasons for voting as they did. And while it may be cathartic for those who lost to hurl churlish insults, it does nothing to advance our nation.
Let’s tell the out-of-state interests that Maine isn’t the easy target they hope it is.
Paul LePage, John Baldacci, the BDN. Who would ever have thought they’d all agree on something?
Eliminating tipped wages is a massive cultural change. It shouldn’t be done in an up-or-down, “oh, by the way” vote.
Regardless of election outcomes, we’re all Mainers trying to make a living.
The pursuit of political advantage knows no bounds; nuance and consistency be damned.