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July 16, 2014 RSS feed / Opinion

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Assault on Women’s Rights

Rosalie Paul’s July 9th commentary, “What’s Good for the Children?” offered a visionary focus on how we can create a safe world for children everywhere, now and in the future.  More...

Ugly Americans

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There is only one way to look at the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have been streaming over the southern border in recent weeks, and who are now clogging up American detention centers.  They are children fleeing desperate situati More...

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Too High

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When is the cost of graduation too high?  That’s the question broached last week with a letter to the editor and news article in The Times Record, noting that Brunswick budgeted $21,000 for this year’s Brunswick High School graduatio More...

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Lobsters and cruelty

Let’s face it. There isn’t much we do to lobsters that wouldn’t be considered cruel. We throw them in vats of boiling water while still alive. We cover them up with seaweed and bake them while they’re still alive. More...

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Hot cars, dogs and children

Not a day goes by that the newsroom doesn’t hear something on our police scanner about another dog being left in a hot vehicle and being distressed by heat.  More...

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A Call For Cordial Conversation

The old saying in this country is that you shouldn’t talk about religion or politics.  More...

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Startling stats

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Maine leads the nation in the rate of long-term opiate prescriptions. More...

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Escalating the War on Women

With Independence Day upon us, our nation is preparing to celebrate the day we declared independence from the tyranny that ruled the colonists that first settled here.  More...

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