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Thursday, February 21, 2019
  • Sunday, January 27, was International Holocaust Memorial Day, a day of mourning and remembrance of the six million Jews, and six million others — gays, lesbians, transgendered people, people with disabilities, Communists . . .
  • Anonymous Christmas Cheer Spreader—
    A few days before last Christmas, I opened our mailbox on the street and extracted letters, packages, and one lone slip of pink note paper with a note written in pencil, in a young person’s handwriting. I’ve asked around the . . .
  • Eighty-five percent of males that study dance in the United States are bullied or harassed for doing something they love. They are called names like happy feet or twinkle toes. These dancers are cyberbullied, face physical intimidation . . .
  • Elks Support Knox Clinic—
    The Knox Clinic is a volunteer-based nonprofit advocating for and providing free or low-cost medical, dental, prescription assistance, mental health and wellness services to the uninsured and underinsured in Knox County and . . .
  • I am a Rockland resident and homeowner, who recently learned a new word: “Infill.” Do you know the word “Infill”? Just flip the word to fill in and you’ll find out it means vastly increasing the density of all Rockland neighborhoods. . . .
  • The Democrats do not want the border wall because their dirty little secret is they want to turn the United States into a socialist country. With open borders anyone can pour into our country and the Democrats will . . .
  • Okay, so the guy screaming obscenities at Howard Schultz when he announced his intention to run for President may have been a tad over-caffeinated — perfect irony considering the subject of his ire. Schultz, the former CEO of . . .
  • On a cold day last week I met a retired Air Force colonel named Chris Carroll, who was standing at the corner of Main Street and Park Drive in Rockland with a sign saying something like “Pay Our Coast Guard.” I was shocked to learn . . .
  • Until now President Richard Nixon had served as the most infamous example of danger to the existence of democracy in America. Lest we forget, Tricky Dick did some good things; the best perhaps was the signing of the . . .
  • In spring of 2017, more than a hundred people lined up at a town hall in Thomaston to tell Senator Susan Collins what was on their minds. Sadly, Senator Collins never showed up to listen. Our elected representative said she would . . .
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