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On My Maine View, Johnny writes about local, state, and national affairs, family life, and anything else worth commenting on.
Education. Jobs. Health. Poverty. Crime. Immigration. Environment. Campaigns. Rights. What does research show? Avoiding jargon, Maine’s Scholars Strategy Network explores pressing issues and democratic life.
Jeffrey N. Young and Carol Garvan are attorneys for the workers’ rights law firm, McTeague Higbee in Topsham, Maine.Together they help all Maine workers - from hourly employees to executives - fight for their rights. They hope with this blog they can educate all of the workers of Maine about their rights on a number of different issues.
Kathreen Harrison's thoughts on how to make schools serve students and society better.
M. W. Stone is a conservative political writer who got his start working on Peter Mills' and Eliot Cutler's respective gubernatorial bids in 2010 and later pitched in on the effort to secure the freedom to marry for Maine's gay and lesbian couples at the 2012 ballot box.
Chris Dixon, a libertarian-leaning Republican talks politics with sharp, straight-to-the-point commentary. Expect prickly, uncomfortable truths.
Christian Perspectives on Life, Entertainment, and Current Events
Chris Busby is editor and publisher of The Bollard, a monthly magazine about Portland. He writes a weekly blog for the BDN.
Mike Tipping reports on and react to Maine politics and policy with a focus on analysis and explanation
Erin Rhoda is a writer and storyteller. As editorial page editor of the Bangor Daily News, she writes the newspaper’s opinion on matters from Kittery to Fort Kent.
Ethan Strimling and Phil Harriman are former State Senators. They are political commentators
on WCSH/WLBZ TV and WGAN Radio.
David Farmer is a political and media consultant. He was formerly deputy chief of staff and communications director for Gov. John E. Baldacci and a longtime journalist.
Politics in three ways: as an analytical political scientist, a devoted political junkie and a citizen who believes politics matters for people's lives.
Bob Higgins is a freelance writer and occasional loafer from Portland who has an oddball look at Maine politics and such.
Matthew Gagnon, a Hampden native, is a Republican political strategist who blogs about political intrigue from the state of Maine