So many discussions default to Republicans saying cut, cut, cut and Democrats saying hold on a second … we don’t really ever have an unbiased conversation about welfare. (Senator Nathan Libby)
Dear Donald Trump: Would you mind taking Governor LePage with you when you go?
I’d like to think that all my liberal friends would respect that this marginalized mom is free to agree with you sometimes, to agree with conservatives sometimes, and to disagree with both of you sometimes because I think this whole two party thing is tired and broken.
To the parents pursuing legal action, I am sorry our state let you down that way. You have every right to want to make us pay.
LePage’s ideas on welfare reform are nothing more than feel-good measures for extremist conservatives, and he can’t even speak truthfully about the facts.
It’s hard to work nuance into 140 characters.
When the 127th Legislature reconvenes, it should kick off the session with a movie night. I’d like to recommend the movie “A Beautiful Mind.” Here’s why.
How much are supporters of the idea willing to pay just to be able to pass judgment on their neighbors?
I am new to political blogging, and I am already sick of the topic of welfare reform. But then I read the news, and next thing I know hungry children are haunting my thoughts again. Hungry children and hypocrisy. And hypocrisy exacerbating the problem of childhood hunger in Maine. There are hard truths Mainers need […]
As I ranted in my post last week, I am in a constant state of discontent when it comes to what is or isn’t welfare reform. The public discourse around the subject doesn’t soothe me much either. People want to talk about grocery receipts when I am thinking about children going to bed hungry and […]