This past Thursday evening, residents of a number of towns in and close to Thomaston, Maine filtered in to the old Watts Hall on the second floor along Main Street to hold a town hall. The format was designed to enable Senator Susan Collins to
The survival of our representative democracy depends on regular, active communication between Americans and the politicians who represent them. Democracy dies when our leaders hide information and hide themselves behind walls of privilege, secrecy and silence. Over the last nine months, we have seen a
“Election Debrief: Next Steps for the Progressive Movement,” it’s called. It’s a Wednesday, November 9 event held at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington DC, and its goal is to figure out how to invigorate democracy and progressive social movements in the wake of
Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?