Tag Archives: immigration

What happened in Lewiston was more than a game

To win a game by 1-0 is more than close. To get there at the finish, the players, coaches and crowd must have felt the tension all the way through, even as the young men kicked and passed and aimed and blocked. For the Lewiston High School boys, taking the Maine state soccer championship was […]

A Holocaust heroine who saved 2,500 kids: ‘I did so little’

For the steps she took in the face of Nazi hate and power, she’s been called the “female Schindler.” Most likely you’ve never heard of her, but this weekend you’ll have a remarkable opportunity to learn more. As a young woman, Irena Sendler took real risks to help and save Jews after the Nazis invaded […]

Will any GOP candidates dare to say what Reagan thought of immigrants?

Tonight the Republican presidential candidates will debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, and it goes without saying the former president will be invoked over and over again. Reagan’s the Great Man of modern American conservatism. Heck, anti-tax activist Grover Norquist even started an organization, the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project to get things named after […]

These three images show why aging Maine desperately needs diversity

Maine, the whitest state in the nation, is aging. We have to turn that around. Maine needs younger people to maintain and improve our economy. We’ve heard that for awhile. A new article by Scott Thistle notes another aspect of the situation — the shrinking number of 18-34 year olds in Maine. Three images show that […]