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LePage Says No on Bonds “until we get our spending problem fully under control”

By • May 30th, 2012

TweetGovernor Paul LePage, promised that he will not sign, vote for or allow any bond issues, even if passed by the general electorate in November, to get funded as until the State of Maine has gotten its spending problem “fully under control”. There are four bond issues coming up for a vote in November: • [...]

Gov. LePage Addresses 2012 Maine GOP Convention

By • May 7th, 2012


Obama’s Bully Czar Is a Despicable Bully – White House Should be Ashamed

By • Apr 30th, 2012

TweetThe President of the United States of America appointed Dan Savage to head up his anti-bullying campaign. Evidently President Obama believes it is okay to fight bullying with bullying. As Americans, on this one issue right here, we need to get beyond any nonsense of free speech, etc. as this is a mandated expression of [...]

Karl Rove Says if Election Today, Obama Wins

By • Apr 27th, 2012

TweetAccording to a report published at The Blaze, if the presidential election were held today, former President George Bush advisory and strategist, Karl Rove, predicts that President Obama would easily win reelection. canada online pharmacy levitra Rove suggests that Mitt Romney will need to win states that are expected to go to Obama and as [...]

Fl. Rep. West Tells Reid, Pelosi, Obama Take Messages “Get the Hell Out of U.S.”

By • Jan 30th, 2012


The Emperor's New Clothes: Maine's Non Resident Hunter Task Force

By • Jan 25th, 2012

TweetIn Hans Christian Andersen’s tale “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, a vain, and yes stupid, emperor hires two tailors to make him clothes. The tailors present the emperor with “new clothes” telling him that only stupid people or those unfit to be king could not see the clothes and think him naked. Of course the emperor [...]

Maine Housing Vendor List Shows Troubling Pattern Of Expenditures

By • Jan 18th, 2012

TweetMagicians, Massages, DJs, Luxury Hotels and Political Groups Among Vendors of Quasi-State Agency PORTLAND – The Maine Heritage Policy Center (MHPC) today released a disturbing list of vendors of the Maine State Housing Authority (MSHA). The vendor list, which details recipients of MSHA expenditures, contained hundreds of organizations and businesses that seem to stray far [...]

Report Shows Raising Taxes to Address DHHS Deficit Would Cost Maine 6,400 Jobs

By • Dec 20th, 2011

TweetPORTLAND – A report released today by The Maine Heritage Policy Center (MHPC) shows that raising taxes to fill the estimated 121 million dollar DHHS budget gap for this year would lead to the loss of more than 6,400 Maine jobs. As lawmakers work to decide how to fix the structural problems that have led [...]

Sen. Olympia Snowe Speaks to Sec. Geithner

By • Nov 28th, 2011

Tweet What is being described as some as “a tongue lashing”, Maine Senator Olympia Snowe talks to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about the problems with the Obama Administration and who they are listening to or getting their information from. Sen. Snowe encourages Sec. Geithner to get out and talk with the person on the street [...]

Lexington, Concord and Highland Plantation Ask Gov. LePage to Protect Them From Wind Power

By • Nov 17th, 2011

Tweet*Editor’s Note* The following is a press release from Friends of Highland Mountains. It is followed by a copy of one speech delivered by David Miller, a resident of Lexington Township, to Governor Paul LePage. A majority of the residents of Highland Plantation and Concord and Lexington Townships are expressing opposition to the wind development [...]