Instead of increasing the pay for legislative service, why not rework the workload and stretch existing dollars further?
We continuously hear cries for “bipartisanship” or “compromise.” Yet when there is an opportunity to all-but-guarantee an increase in the minimum wage, many Democrats won’t even let a committee look at an alternative proposal.
“Death and taxes” may both be certainties, but we certainly don’t need them together.
Let’s spend our time demanding lawmakers release local farms from unnecessarily burdensome requirements. After all, everyone’s gotta eat.
If the appeal of a candidate is merely the way they make you feel, you owe your country more.
The Donald and The Bern are the big winners in New Hampshire. With Maine’s turn approaching, who are you voting for? And how? The answer to those questions isn’t as simple as you would hope. Here in Maine, if you are a Democrat, 12 percent of your vote is already spoken for: five of your […]
An agency that needs 14,000 employees devoted to assisting people in following the law points to a serious problem — specifically, an overly complicated tax system.