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October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

LETTERS

When Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough Now that it’s “safe” for NRA-allied politicians to come out of their thoughts-and-prayers hidey holes (Sack political cartoon, The Times Record, Oct. More...

Political Cartoon

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Climate Denial’s Fundamental Truth

GUEST COLUMN

Change is something that can be hoped for or dreaded, denied or acknowledged, embraced or resisted. More...

Today in History

In 1792, the first recorded U.S. More...

Voters Need to Weigh the Consequences of Medicaid Expansion

When it comes to Medicaid expansion, at one time, Maine was ahead of the curve. More...

LETTERS

We Can, You can, ICAN   More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

Life was meant to be lived, and curiosity More...

Political Cartoon

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Today in History

Today is Wednesday, Oct. 11, the 284th day of 2017. There are 81 days left in the year.  Today's Highlight in History   On Oct. More...

The Real Numbers

PROSE AND CONS

It has been a little more than a week since we were all stunned with the worst mass shooting in American history. More...

The Kids are Alright

UNDER 800

Calls, or notes from school, said: “Your daughter was reading while walking in the hall – again!” “I saw your son crossing Maine Street – reading!” I’m still grateful that the only time one of my children col More...

Political Cartoon

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Trump and LePage Are at Their Most Authoritarian When It Comes to Sheriffs

This dark era of American politics has delivered many lessons to the American people, but perhaps the most consequential among them is the stark illustration of how precariously our state and national political systems are balanced upon sets of polit More...

Facebook is the New Big Brother

Guest Column

You're putting your life at risk, one like at a time. Facebook's fairly recent slog into transparency reveals some rather nasty big-brother surveillance of their users. More...

LETTERS

Pingree's Calculation   More...

Political Cartoon

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The Passing of My Other Mom

BROUGHT UP BRUNSWICK

Every death closes the vault on a lifetime of stories — each waning life is a library on fire. More...

Sex, Sanctimony and Congress

Our topic for today is hypocrisy. The scene is — where else? — Congress. More...

LETTERS

Rolling Back Clean Car Standards Puts Mainers at Risk One in nine Mainers, like me, have asthma. For me it’s severe: Drug costs alone top $100,000 a year. More...

ENOUGH

EDITORIAL

“There will certainly be a time for that policy discussion to take place, but that’s not the place that we’re in at this moment.”  That was White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders, deflecting questions about gun c More...