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February 17, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

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When Was the Last Time … ?

When was the last time your elected Town of Brunswick Select Person or your elected Town of Brunswick School Board member contact you? More...

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Artificial Turf Benefits Education As Well As Athletics More...

Not Your Grandmother’s Library

JUST A LITTLE OLD

My wife Tina tells of a time when she and her first husband were on a stopover in St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands many years ago. More...

Bath Rotary Serves the Community

The Rotary Club of Bath has been serving the Bath community for nearly 100 years, providing financial and physical support to a variety of programs and causes whose aim is to make life better for people not only in the local community, but nationally More...

Washington’s warning for today

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On Monday, we will celebrate Washington’s Birthday.  Not Presidents’ Day. Washington’s Birthday is the official U.S. and Maine government designation of the day. More...

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TODAY IN HISTORY

Today is Friday, Feb. 17, the 48th day of 2017. There are 317 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History On Feb. 17, 1947, the Voice of America began broadcasting in Russian to the Soviet Union. On this date More...

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Recently residents of Freeport, and of Maine in general, have wondered why the Ku Klux Klan feels suddenly emboldened in our state. To celebrate Black History Month, Maine Sen. More...

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Maine’s Elusive Economic Improvement

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Maine’s politicians are always talking about job growth and how we need a growing population to supply the necessary workforce for that growth. More...

DHHS Uncovers $1.7 Million in Welfare Fraud

Few things are more enjoyable than watching liberals eat their talking points.  Prior to Paul LePage’s gubernatorial run and victory in 2011, Maine liberals wanted us to believe that there was no active fraud or abuse of Maine’s welf More...

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Supporting Turf at MTA   More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

Nothing is mine, I have only nothing but More...

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What about Mothers and Sons?

PROSE AND CONS

Over the weekend between posts of the pending snowpocalypse and what snacks were going to be consumed, came posts of dapper dads escorting their daughters to the Father-Daughter Valentine Ball at the Harriet Beecher Stowe gymnasium. More...

The Russian Question

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During and after November, a body of evidence strongly suggested that the election itself was compromised by Russian intervention. More...

Today’s Highlight in History

On Feb. More...

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Trump Opponents Use Conservatives’ Strategy

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The opponents of political conservatism are adopting a strategy from an unusual source – conservatives.  The decision of a federal district court judge in Washington State to suspend President Trump’s immigration moves is a clear ex More...