Maine is a very interesting state, politically. On the one hand they have perhaps the most right-wing governor in the country. On the other hand it was the first state to pass a voter referendum requiring the expansion of Medicaid.
After getting crushed in the state of Kansas by Ted Cruz, Donald Trump was defeated by Cruz in Maine.
During an impromptu news conference in England Monday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told reporters that parents in America should have a choice when it comes to providing their children with vaccinations for certain diseases.
Even though most Republican governors are wary of going all-in on tax cuts for the rich and corporations like trickle-down failure Kansas governor Sam Brownback, they are going all in to raise taxes on their poor and middle class residents to avoid putting any "financial strain" on their wealthiest donors and their corporations.
Even when the right tries to explain racism, they end up being racist. They are all in agreement that there are black criminals and bad cops. Funny thing, a cop who commits a crime, is indicted, found guilty and is serving time, well, they are a bad apple.
While out on the road campaigning Tuesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Dismissed reporters' questions about a potential lawsuit regarding Christie's order to forcibly quarantine a nurse who had recently returned from West Africa.
On Monday, a day after he told Fox News he had "no second thoughts" about his decision to forcibly quarantine a nurse who had just returned from West Africa, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reversed course and announced that he was allowing Kaci Hickox to return to her home in Maine.
Congressman Mike Michaud (D-ME) put rumors about his sexual orientation to rest today in an op-ed piece for the Bangor Daily News.
Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage is accused of pressuring employees at the Dept. of Labor to decide unemployment-benefit cases in favor of business owners over workers.
15 states with Republican governors are refusing to expand Medicaid even though the first 3 years are free and never more than 10% in state costs.
We had some rough times in 2012 but there are things to like about the year just past. Here are a few of them.
It is getting ugly out there in Republican land as Rick Santorum claimed on CNN that Mitt Romney has become so desperate that he rigged the CPAC straw poll.
Another day, another Republican caucus, another chance for conservatives to pick the candidate who will have the honor of losing to Obama.