Thank you seems so inadequate, but it is all most of us have to offer. Thank you to all who have sacrificed to keep America safe, free and strong.
“Rates can’t go lower.” Or so advertisements from mortgage companies have been claiming for years. But it’s possible that now, it’s more true than ever. According to research done by Freddie Mac, the average rate on a 30-year mortgage in the U.S. dropped below 4% for the first time ever in 2011. Rates on shorter-term, 15-year mortgages are even lower. … Continue reading →
This story speaks for itself … Of course, if the teacher had talked about God, they would be in the stocks in town square Read on … … Continue reading →
With all of the money that hedge fund manager (evil Wall Street guy according to the LEFT and our President unless he is writing them a big check for their political activities) you-know-who gives Maine Liberals, what a load of garbage it is coming from those who are supporting YES on One in next Tuesday’s election This entire story seeks to implicate … Continue reading →
It is unfortunate that Mayor Gilbert used a disgusting political ploy to attempt to discredit Governor LePage. If Mayor Gilbert had paid attention to details, he would have known that candidate Paul LePage was very clear in his personal opposition to the expansion of gaming in Maine. Candidate LePage, in a debate that I moderated with all of the Republican … Continue reading →
Governor LePage, fulfilling yet another campaign promise, has said he will propose legislation that will require drug testing for welfare recipients. Immediately, the “we have our hand out and want something for doing nothing” crowd objected. While there is a stay on the drug testing law passed in Florida over potential 4th Amendment issues, there is no reason to think … Continue reading →