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    March 27, 2019
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    Stephen Sokol: In need of a statesman

    I was fascinated to read over the weekend that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has suggested that Donald Trump is the Messiah and may have been sent by God to save the Jews. From what I can understand, Trump has only made it more difficult to ease the tension in the region by first moving […]

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    March 27, 2019

    Andy Bennett: Time for a drink of austerity

    With all the squawking going on in Washington, D.C., there is one topic not being talked about: fiscal responsibility. Or, put another way (in the jargon of the new world order — socialist betters in Europe): austerity measures. Or, put another way in the language of the private sector/person on the street — spending cuts. […]

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    March 27, 2019

    John Preble: Middle Dam renewal project provides a chance to get it right

    Preble encourages input to require Brookfield to make the Middle Dam renewal project a positive experience.

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    March 27, 2019

    Robert Samuelson: Has America gone socialist?

    Samuelson explores the idea that America may have already gone socialist.

  • Published
    March 26, 2019

    Wilton CareerCenter to hold job fair

    FARMINGTON — The Wilton CareerCenter will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, April 10, at the Franklin Memorial Hospital, 111 Franklin Health Commons. It will be held in the Bass Conference Space. Job-seekers are encouraged to dress appropriately, bring a current resume and be prepared to be interviewed. No appointment is […]

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    March 26, 2019

    Rich Lowry: Elizabeth Warren is wrong about the Electoral College

    Lowry makes the claim that if Democrats just chose better candidates to run, they would win — without abolishing the Electoral College.

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    March 26, 2019

    Mark Beaudoin: The Democrats’ hypocrisy

    I have to wonder about those people who vote for and support the Democratic party. My first question is why? Why are Democrats, including Gov. Janet Mills and Speaker of the House Sara Gideon so hell-bent (pun intended) on destroying human life? Why are babies such a threat to the well-being of the state of […]

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    March 26, 2019

    Eric Marenghi: Not all ‘losers’ lost the presidency

    In Marc Thiessen’s column, “Democrats apparently like losers” (Sun Journal, online, March 22), he points out that Beto O’Rourke and Stacey Abrams are being taken seriously as candidates for president. This, despite O’Rourke’s defeat for U.S. Senate in Texas, and Abrams’ failed candidacy for governor of Georgia. There is some history of politicians fresh from […]

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    March 26, 2019

    Josh Caldwell: Paid sick leave a plus for Maine

    State Sen. Rebecca Millett, D-Cape Elizabeth, has introduced a bill that will require businesses with more than five employees to allow their workers to accrue paid sick leave. Entitled “An Act To Support Healthy Workplaces and Healthy Families by Providing Earned Paid Sick Leave to Certain Employees,” this bill is incredibly important for Maine people. […]

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    March 25, 2019

    Maine native, Ben Lampron, takes job in Minnesota

    ROGERS, Minnesota — Lewiston native Ben Lampron has joined Metro Mold & Design, based in Rogers, Minnesota. Lampron has been named vice president, consumer and industrial. Son of longtime Lewiston residents Tony and Camilla Lampron, he graduated from St. Dominic Regional High School, before receiving a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of […]

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