The 3 States with the Lowest Violent Crime Rates in the US all Have Constitutional Carry

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2017

The Three states with the lowest violent crime rate in the United States are Vermont (1), Maine (2), and New Hampshire (3). They have something else in common. They all have constitutional carry. If you’re waiting for the anti-gun-cult left’s “blood in the streets” narrative to come true, you’ll be waiting a long time. They […]

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No Voter Fraud Part II

by Ed Naile February 20, 2017

Documents From Secretary of State’s Office Show No Evidence of Out-of-State Drive-By Voter Fraud June 11, 2015 (ACLU of NH Report) I have to thank the ACLU of NH for doing so much homework on voter fraud denial for me. It takes so long to explain this affliction I often find myself at a loss […]

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Maine Added Work Provision for Food Stamps – Guess What Happened?

by Steve MacDonald December 31, 2016

(Daily Signal) In response to the growth in food stamp dependence, Maine’s governor, Paul LePage, recently established work requirements on recipients who are without dependents and able-bodied. In Maine, all able-bodied adults without dependents in the food stamp program are now required to take a job, participate in training, or perform community service. Job openings […]

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Don’t Like NH’s Property Taxes? Then Move to Maine

by Steve MacDonald July 20, 2016
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Source: WalletHub This is an Interactive map! Skip took some time to fisk a letter to the Concord Monitor in which someone named John Andrews complains about the high property taxes in New Hampshire. He notes that across the border in Maine, he’d be paying a lot less in property taxes. Skip does a great job […]

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Maine is making NH State Senate Republicans look like Leftist patsies

by Skip April 17, 2016

First, Maine passes a new law that told its able bodied citizens that if you wanted to continue to receive food stamps, WORK! Second, NH decided, thanks to some NH State Senate Republicans, that our able bodied citizens that if they wanted to keep receiving Medicaid paid for by NH taxpayers (who are also Federal […]

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Bloomberg’s Harpy Hoplophobes Now Trying to Victimize Maine Citizens

by Kimberly Morin March 26, 2016

Last year ‘Constitutional Carry‘ was signed into law in Maine. Maine is one of the safest states in the country and has been for years. This drives the gun control extremists absolute insane. They can’t stand that the safest states in the country are those with the least strict gun control laws. So what do […]

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Cruz Press Conference At UMaine March 4th

by Mike March 5, 2016

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz held a “Cruzin’ to Caucus Rally” on Friday March 4th in Hauck Auditorium. The rally, which was set for a day before Maine Republicans hold their presidential caucus, was the first campaign stop in the state for the senator from Texas, according to the [Portland] Press Herald.

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Portland, Maine Rejects Min. Wage Hike to 15.00/Hour

by Steve MacDonald November 8, 2015
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A ballot initiative in Portland Maine to increase the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour failed last Tuesday. What makes this defeat so instructive is that Portland IS the Democrat Mecca of Maine. Forty-seven percent are registered Democrat. Six percent of its voters are members of the Green Party.  In the last election for governor […]

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Maine Says Able-Bodied Must ‘Work’ or no Food Stamps

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2014
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 Go Maine… The federal waiver that has been in place since 2010 because of the recession has been allowed to expire in the state of Maine. This allows Maine to reinstate a mandate requiring able-bodied adults who are 18 to 50 years old and have no children to work or volunteer 20 hours per week […]

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It’s a Complicated Symbol That Most People Do Not Understand

by Steve MacDonald October 22, 2013
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I don’t watch any TV news but someone shared this and I checked it out.  It is classic.  The Town Council of Bar Harbor, Maine (prounced Bahh Hhaaabahh) voted to remove lights from a long-standing evergreen “memorial” put up in honor of veterans who fought and or died during the Christmas Eve World War II […]

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Bangor Maine Company Moving to New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald February 28, 2013

Bangor Daily News. Maine has a “far less than friendly business environment, and that’s clear, no matter what our friend Mr. LePage puts out there,” he said Wednesday morning. “On several levels, I regret leaving the Bangor area, but from a purely economic point of view it doesn’t make sense to stay here any longer.” -Lee Coyle, […]

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Maine Squeeze

by Steve MacDonald November 14, 2010

Maine has something of a bi-polar disorder. They have purple US Republican senators, democrat congressman (still) and just elected a tea party-ish backed governor while handing their entire state legislature over to Republican control for the first time in about 30 years.

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