Proposed State Budget Now in Senate’s Court, Who’ll Win the Culture War?

House budget writers tried to thread a needle with their plan: include enough culture war and spending cuts to draw enough from the very conservative wing of the GOP House members without losing the half dozen moderate Republicans who remain in their caucus.

Please Stay in Your Lois Lane

Last week in Hannaford, a gentleman, let’s call him the Penguin, came up behind me at the check-out, put his items on the belt about two inches from my items.

House Ends Three Session Days On Acrimonious Note

Three days of often heated debate and partisan rhetoric among House members ended Friday without action on 73 mostly Democratically sponsored bills, which kills them.