Sunday, May 26, 2013
Dear Governor: Is all this absurdity really your attempt to pull our attention away from a serious public-policy issue?
It's all downhill from here for state Sen. Dawn Hill...
On a snowy day last winter, Rep. Craig Hickman stood on the balcony of the Maine State House, closed his eyes and dreamed of food . . .
Should Andrew Leighton have been in possession of the gun he bought the day before his mother was shot to death?
Slapping poorer communities with a D or an F and wealthier ones with an A only reinforces the obvious, rather than addressing the problem.
For a long time, we've had a problem in Maine. But 11 courageous lawmakers – from all parts of the spectrum – have finally stepped up.
Ask, as the saying goes, and you shall receive. But push, and Triss Critchfield will push back . . .
John Mixon and Carlos Arredondo were nearby when the bombs went off Monday, and ran directly into the carnage as most were running away.
Remaining wide-eyed in a place that thrives on cynicism, Maine's independent senator makes an impression on both sides of the aisle.
He's 78 now – an age when most successful surgeons are enjoying the good life. But not Bob McAfee . . .