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December 6, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

LETTERS

Black Lives Matter to UU Church More...

QUOTE OF THE DAY

When you have exhausted all possibilities, remember this More...

Political Cartoon

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Are We There Yet?

PROSE AND CONS

There is nothing that makes me less charitable in where I will choose to spend my hard-earned money than someone wasting my time. Why do I bring this up? More...

Today in History

Today is Wednesday, Dec. 6, the 340th day of 2017. There are 25 days left in the year. Today’s Highlights in History More...

Are We Meeting our Responsibilities for Human Rights?

Every winter Greater Brunswick PeaceWorks invites the wider community to a celebration of Human Rights Day to consider how the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights can be made real in our nation and the world. More...

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Collins Jumped Off Moral cliff with Tax Vote

Last Friday, Maine Sen. More...

AT&T, CNN Merger Doesn’t Worry Me Like Sinclair

MAKING SENSE

Last year, I expressed serious reservations about the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger. I argued, at the time, that allowing this merger will have important implications for a free press and American democracy for many years to come.  More...

LETTERS

BIW Tax Scam   More...

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Preserving the Past

BROUGHT UP BRUNSWICK

I had a great first car growing up — a 1953 Chevy restored to mint condition by my dad (with a little help from me when he was away on deployment). More...

Remember When Matt Lauer Was Trump’s Chump?

Matt Lauer will be remembered as a fallen sexual harasser, but in my mind, he’s forever immortalized as a Donald Trump toady.  More...

LETTER

Train Should Be Embraced   Dear People of Brunswick: I am simply astounded at your noisy desire to thwart one of the greatest traditions of this country — our railroad.  More...

Today in History

In 1619, a group of settlers from Bristol, England, arrived at Berkeley Hundred in present-day Charles City County, Virginia, where they held a service thanking God for their safe arrival.  In 1783, Gen. More...

Too Much Government or Too Little?

When you hear the term “net neutrality,” do your eyes glaze over? It may sound techie, but it is about the major issue of the day: the roles of government and private enterprise. More...

Celebrating Our History

JUST A LITTLE OLD

Part I  W hat small town in  America served as home to three of the 19th century’s most celebrated writers, including one whose novel outsold all books in that century but the Bible? Answer: Brunswick. More...

Here We Go Again

GUEST COLUMN

Bath Iron Works is currently competing for new contracts in a $19 billion bidding war against five other shipyards seeking to build 20 frigates for the U.S. Navy. More...

LETTERS

Congress Votes with its Wallet   More...

Town Trees – McKeen Woods

Your Land

It’s not easy to miss the stand of tall white pines mixed with a few oaks on the corner of McKeen and Spring streets. More...