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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Richard Lindahl tagged torsrants+economics

Of course the former Will Riker is quite concerned about business near the service center, since his wife Genie Francis (yes, that Genie Francis) has recently opened a home furnishings store about a tenth of a mile from Jed's. Here's a satellite image to

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In the age of information, it's a shame that Mainers aren't immediately able to partake in Vimo's comparison shopping for health insurance. If Woodcock gets his way, we'll be happy Vimo's there.

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elfast, Maine's Retail Review Committee is like a textbook case in why economic planning by governments doesn't work, except to the detriment of the average citizen and to the benefit of the politically connected.

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The fact is that almost anything the government does will tend to stifle the economy, even if the intent is to support it. This is because the government will try and shore up one sector that has garnered a lot of attention, to the detriment of other bur

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The best thing to do for the affordable housing problem in Maine is to abolish the Maine State Housing Authority.

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I'll be paid by advertisers to write about topics (usually products or services) of their choosing, but the thoughts and words will be my own. Typically, they're looking for a link and some buzz.

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In 2001, a referendum on big-box stores in Belfast, Maine led the City Council to enact legislation forbidding the advent of any retail store over the size of 75,000 square feet. This replaced a moratorium on any development over 50,000 square feet that h

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This is the danger of large government that most people still fail to recognize. It enables economic planners such as Cashman and McLean use the confiscatory power of government taxation to siphon money from the economy, and then "invest" it into project

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Here's my one bit of advice for those who are making minimum wage in Maine: don't have two children. You can't afford them. As a matter of fact, even if you're making considerably more than the minimum wage, you still can't afford them. If you've already

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Right off the bat, I can tell you something's very, very wrong. If you're willing to spend five times as much for a pair of shoes as you would have to at Wal-Mart, and you don't mind if those shoes chafe the backs of your heels into a bloody mess, then by

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