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September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

LETTERS

Talking and Listening Across the Divide   More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

Better to be without logic than without feeling. More...

Political Cartoon

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Unauthorized People

PROSE AND CONS

“Profoundly disappointing” was the way that Clayton Rose, President of Bowdoin College, recently referred to President Trump’s desire to have Congress devise a solution to the so called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DAC More...

The Ark of the Government

UNDER 800

Our trip to Houston coincided with the first of three massive storms, the last being Hurricane Harvey. More...

Political Cartoon

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Conspiracies, Corruption and Climate

After the devastation wreaked by Harvey on Houston — devastation that was right in line with meteorologists’ predictions — you might have expected everyone to take heed when the same experts warned about the danger posed by Hurrican More...

What To Do About North Korea

Seems like there are two North Korea options: Bomb the hell out of them and kill innocent people, or hope North Korea doesn’t bomb innocent people first.  More...

LETTERS

Ready for RCV More...

Political Cartoon

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Support an Indigenous People’s Day in Brunswick

Guest Column

A national movement is building for celebrating Native culture, Native resilience and all that’s offered by native understandings of our connection with the natural world. More...

Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead – You Can

There are many things we may regret in life, but being prepared for emergencies is not one of them.  More...

LETTERS

On Benjamin H. Stackpole and Old Ironsides   More...

Today in History

On September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people were killed as 19 al- Qaida hijackers seized control of four jetliners, sending two of the planes into New York's World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon and the fourth into a field in western Pennsylvania More...

LETTERS

Recognizing the OSS   This year marks the 75th anniversary of the OSS, the Office of Strategic Services. More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Censorship is the height of vanity.”   More...

Political Cartoon

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Vietnam Program Can Teach Needed Lessons

GUEST COLUMN

We are about to start talking about the Vietnam War again. Not because of events in Korea, another divided Asian country, but because filmmaker Ken Burns has produced a major series of programs on that historically divisive conflict.  More...

Maquoit Bay Conservation Land Outlook – 2 Ways In

Two walks, one on land, the other on water, are aimed at celebrating the upcoming 10th anniversary of the creation of the 124-acre Maquoit Bay Conservation Land, a gift given daily to all of us who would walk to and see the sea.  More...

LETTER

Ramble-On Council Brunswick is in a very sad state of affairs, brought on by council members who talk too much and way too long. More...