The LePage administration didn’t invent poverty. But its policies aren’t helping kids to escape its grasp, either.
Zealot Michael Heath is on the verge of launching a ballot initiative attacking gay and transgender people in the state — again.
The governor’s erratic behavior and bombastic attitude make it difficult to discern serious policy ideas from political bluster.
LePage loves a fight. This time, he wants someone else to fight it for him.
More Mainers in the middle — middle age, middle income — are dying. There’s no single way to change course, but the first step is a simple one.
Paul LePage and Donald Trump aren’t leaders. They’re three rows deep in the lynch mob, egging the crowd on. They give voice to society’s ugliest ideas, for political gain or for sport.
The threat of Ebola has subsided. But it won’t be long before Zika takes its place as the new bogeyman to justify xenophobia and strike fear into voters.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has shown himself to be a much stronger candidate in the Democratic primary for president than many people expected. Sanders, after 25 years as U.S. congressman and U.S. senator, joined the Democratic Party only recently. For most of his political career, he was a small “i” independent and self-identified democratic socialist. […]
It’s not easy for me to say something nice about state Senate President Mike Thibodeau. He once voted to fire me and eliminate my job. (I know, I’m setting myself up here, but go ahead and take the easy shot.) Democratic state Sen. John Nutting was in a feud with the Baldacci administration, where I […]