Her name is Linda

Recently my wife and I were in Atlanta, Georgia for a long weekend visit. After spending the day at the Georgia Aquarium, we were walking down Baker Street, holding hands as we usually do, and talking about where we might grab something to eat. It was a beautiful day, and we were just strolling along, …

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Why We Should Care

I put up a post on Facebook recently that (as many of my posts do) sparked a lively discussion between my more conservative friends, and my more liberal friends. Before I go any further, I should share that post with you here: So if Trump never had an affair with Stormy Daniels, why did he …

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On Valentine’s Day

I would like to speak for a moment to anyone out there who is currently in a relationship. Man or woman, straight or gay.  If you have somebody in your life who you love, listen up. It seems to me that the art of romance is quickly going the way of the do-do. In this …

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“Special Rights” or Equal Rights?

Three years ago here in my great state of Maine, the Legislature voted to legalize Same-Sex Marriage. Shortly thereafter however, the Conservative Right began pouring millions of out-of-state dollars into a media smear campaign that resulted ultimately in the law being put to a people's vote and narrowly overturned by a 53% to 47% margin. …

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