Who’s Guarding the Door?

If a flood of strangers (or even just one) were coming into your home, wouldn’t you know enough to shut the door until you found out who they were? Some leaders are doing just that…

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Who Influences Maine News (and Their Viewers’ Views)?

Who Influences Maine News (and Their Viewers’ Views)?

Channel 2 and sister TV station Channel 6 are no longer owned by Mainers. This means that the news and editorial positions on those TV stations can be decided somewhere else by somebody across the country or part way around the world from us. Look at this from the station’s own website and ask yourself “Would George Soros-types and other dark money be able to influence the TV markets here in Maine?

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Is Salazar trying to impose a federal park on Maine?

Is Salazar trying to impose a federal park on Maine?

I wondered what Samuel Adams and Thomas Jefferson would think of their country now if they had been sitting in the auditorium of Stearns High School. Pro-park, professional environmentalists drove up from southern Maine to support Salazar and came face to face with local people who are dependent on earning their living from the Maine woods.

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Governor signs proclamation making February 6 Ronald Reagan Day

America overwhelmingly voiced approval of his leadership when 49 of the 50 states reelected him president in 1984.

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State Democrats Vote Down Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR)

No surprises here as Democrats refuse to accept accountability with your money.

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Someone’s more than a ‘bit’ upset with Maine’s new #1 ranking

Maine ranks at the top as the hightst taxed state for the third year in a row. Now what?

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20 Questions for Maine’s Government

A former Mainer ponders when, if ever, Maine’s environment for jobs, small business, and economic stability will change for the better.

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Maine’s High Taxes Break Up Families

Government overspending in Maine is hurting each of us personally. If you’ve lost your children to other states with more robust economies, it means your bonds with those grandchildren aren’t as strong as if they lived down the street or within driving distance.

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