Maine has, historically, been known for civility in its political process. This is likely partially because we are a small, rural state with active local governance and a history of access to our politicians, from our local state rep all the way to our U.S. senators. Our congressional delegation is, for the most part, frequently […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
LePage, Gideon trade barbs as gridlocked Legislature’s return date remains uncertain
Is the president mad as a hatter or crazy like a fox?
That interior design license? A product of crony capitalism, government greed
The press may be all that’s left that can save us