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LETTERS TO THE PORTLAND EDITOR
The State Theatre and a CWA member respond to recent coverage of unions.
Kudos to the Penobscot County Commissioners for hosting an informational public forum concerning the proposed East West Utility Corridor.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, 14.7 percent of households, or approximately 200,000 people, in Maine are food insecure. 17.5 percent of Maine's children are unsure of where their next meal is coming from. People are being turned away from food banks, as they are experiences a huge increase in demand and a decrease in food donations.
Sex is risky
If a pregnancy is endangering a woman’s life, the woman’s life needs to be saved. But I feel this way because I’m pro-life.
Letters to the Portland Editor, September 5, 2008
Thank you for getting this out in the open.
Collins backs torture
I am writing about torture around the world that I think is related to possible torture in Maine prisons.
Rogue Dead Guy Ale is not an IPA
We don’t expect every customer to love our establishment.
Time to end torture
The Black Bird Legal Collective would like to thank Lance Tapley for his continued exposure of Maine prison issues.
Stay on topic
Why do you “journalists” feel everyone is interested in your personal political views?
You saw my passion for fashion and helped me to create my dream. So thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Don't diss Dobson
Al Diamon’s deprecatory dismissal of Laurie Dobson’s candidacy is simply cruel.
Getting Michaud's record straight
We would like to thank and congratulate Jeff Inglis for his vivid and thoughtful account of his night in the replica of a cell from Guantánamo that was placed in Portland’s Monument Square.
Letter to the Portland editor: April 18, 2008
I want to take this opportunity to thank Jeff Inglis for his blog post “Discrimination League of Maine.”
Letters to the Portland editor: April 11, 2008
Joseph Stiglitz fails to support his assertion that the connection between the Iraq invasion and oil is not plausible.
Letters to the Portland editor
I do have to say your prediction that none of these “outsiders” has a chance of un-seating Republican incumbent Susan Collins seems both premature and unfair.
Letters to the Portland editor: March 21, 2008
May I offer a brief for independent candidacies for US Senate and House seats based on my experience as an independent 2006 Senate candidate?
At last, she gets it!
I must add though, if I was born black, I would most likely be dead or in jail as I cannot stand discrimination or selective authority.
Letters to the Portland editor: February 29, 2008
Maine Public Relations Council members who attended a recent professional development session were stymied by a story you published this month.
Letters to the Portland editor: February 15, 2008
I am asking the whole Legislative Committee to physically go and inspect the prison to ascertain how much bed space is there.
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