We should look at why Brexit passed in the context of Britain.
Voters in both parties rejected the cooperative, moderate spirit last week.
Maine is in need of serious change, not gimmicky “reforms” that attempt, and fail, to change our elections.
There’s a simple rule book to follow for an out-of-state group looking to notch a win in Maine.
The U.S. is a grand experiment that is never fully complete, that is always being improved upon generation after generation.
Here are the known unknowns of this election cycle.
Imposing steep tariffs would be less likely to result in a rebirth of American manufacturing than it would be to hinder American innovation.
It’s one thing to structure tax policy generally to help attract businesses. It’s another matter entirely to spend taxpayer money fixing a facility to keep one business, or on bailouts for a specific industry.
We need people who aren’t afraid — and who aren’t trying to make us afraid — to run for office.
ESPN performed a simple cost-benefit calculation after the former Red Sox pitcher shared a Facebook meme about transgender people’s bathroom access.
This candidate from Maine used a campaign model that would later be adopted by candidates as widely varied as Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ron Paul, and Barack Obama.
How deep will the Democratic divide become?
Republican leaders in Augusta have reacted to Democrats’ spending wish list for the legislative session with a surprise strategy. They’re not negotiating on individual items, and they’re not simply opposing any new spending. Instead, they’re attempting to use it as leverage to revive a competing measure to the minimum wage increase measure headed for the […]
Right now, the GOP is stuck between the proverbial rock and a hard place.
Have Democrats truly done an about-face, recognizing after years of opposition that Mainers overwhelmingly want to fix the state’s welfare system? Or is it merely political shenanigans?