Ranked-Choice Voting is Question 5 on this November’s Maine ballot. It’s an idea that could radically alter our political landscape, and if adopted nationally, could release us from the straitjacket of the two-party system.
A terrific Spanish dish baked eggs with veggies, prosciutto and chorizo – so much flavor with so few spices. Like, none! Also, an upcoming Maine caucus workshop in Belfast, Jan. 28…
No more bashing of Bernie’s principal opponent. Instead, helpful Maine caucus info and contacts for anyone on the Midcoast who wants to make a difference.
The Empire Bites. Back. And Bernie has a tough road ahead… I started this post a little disheartened, but then fell better, more positive, and finally slightly mad as hell.
I’m a huge fan of Bernie Sanders, and no fan at all of Hillary Clinton. The public is starting to wake up, and the mainstream media (at last!) is paying attention. This is Episode 1: four things about Hillary that unnerve me or make my skin crawl. Much more to come in the few posts…
Bernie’s Eggnog! It’s astonishing, given the demands of his campaign, that Bernie Sanders actually replied “yes” to my email inquiring if he’d like to share a holiday recipe with the people of the state of Maine – at least those who are “in the know” because they read the BDN – and just as astonishing that […]
Just this once, I’m indulging an urge to talk politics: is Hillary fit to be president? She has the political chops, yes, but does she have the character? Uh uh. Nope.