Wednesday wasn’t the day that truly made Donald Trump the Republican nominee for president.
This is a topic that deserves real discussion — not demagoguery and hatred and the assumption of the worst motivations in our public servants.
As president, anyone would be presented plenty of unfair, convoluted situations. Life is unfair. How we deal with unfair situations and still succeed is an important test of our mettle.
Maine’s Legislature would be mad to pass up this opportunity.
The consequences of a contested Republican convention.
John Kasich is running interference for Donald Trump, hoping to be his vice president.
Caucuses are fun for political junkies like me, but they make participating in the selection of the leader of this country more difficult for everybody else.
If you aren’t making solid, logical arguments for someone, and are instead saying things like, I feel, or I am sick of, or I can’t stand, then you are basing your opinion on fairy dust, and your candidate will ultimately disappoint you.