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My Mission as a Drug Addict (Writing to the Governor, Part 1)

Here is my letter to Maine’s current governor, Republican Paul LePage. Being a Republican at heart myself, I am quite glad to see this man at the helm of my home state, honestly. 1,883 more words


Breen on Top...Now; Coming Attractions

I do not claim to know everything…far from it, in fact.  I stand by each tidbit that I publish on here, of course.  However, if I’ve made a mistake with a piece of factual information that I’ve put up, I welcome readers to comment and point out the error.   532 more words


Two Governors and a Statue

Short Interview with Paul LePage, Governor of Maine, and Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey

Gizzwin: Paul, congratulations on your recent re-election.

Christie: My Maine man! 381 more words

Chris Christie

Election Reflections

All alliteration aside ……..

I am particularly pleased with election results here in my home state of Maine where not only was a Republican Governor who was constantly under attack by the Democrats and all manner of special interests convincingly reelected, but also the State Senate returned to the control of  Republicans.   751 more words

Barack Obama

Just another new kid in town

Last week, I introduced two new legislators who are both Democrats from Biddeford.This week, we take a trip to the other side of the political aisle and the town of Cornish to meet Nathan Wadsworth, a young man who has been an acquaintance of mine for almost a decade. 308 more words

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We were only freshmen

Democrats in Maine and across the country took a drubbing during last week’s elections, but there were a few bright spots, including the city of Biddeford, where State Senator David Dutremble easily fended off a challenge by Republican James Booth; and where two political newcomers held their party’s seats in the Maine Legislature. 848 more words

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Take Five

My wife, Governor Paul Lepage, Bill Nemitz, a charity auction and the in-patient psychiatric unit at Maine Medical Center.

How did these random things become connected last week, causing a bit of a stir on my Facebook page last night? 997 more words

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