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Where have you gone, Chainsaw Al Dunlap?
When the recent flap over Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital, the investment firm, surfaced, the first name that came to mind was “Chainsaw” Al Dunlap. I thought of Dunlap because Romney’s smiling face does not match the sneering Simon … Continue reading
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On energy policy, it’s Mitt Romney vs. The Clapper
One of the most frightening things I ever saw was the Androscoggin River running red. This was in the early 1960s when our family was driving into Rumford, Maine on the south side of the river toward the paper mill … Continue reading →