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Part III – Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure Exposed

By: Ronda Snyder I have written about the Medical Board of Osteopathic Licensure and the Complaint against Dr. Paul Gosselin three times before this article. Set forth below are links to our articles starting in December 2021. If you want to be brought up to speed with what has happened on this case, please click …

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How a Small Maine Town Beautifully Commemorates Memorial Day

By: Ronda Snyder The Town of Sidney is a small community in Kennebec County, Maine. It is located between Augusta and Waterville. It’s a quiet farm town surrounded by cities to the north and south. One can expect to stop for cow crossings, come up behind tractors on the roads and see horses, llamas, alpacas, …

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Portland Press Herald Coverage of Dr. Paul Gosselin

By: Ronda Snyder On April 18, 2022, Matt Byrne, a staff writer for the “Portland Press Herald,” wrote an article regarding Dr. Paul Gosselin whose license was suspended on November 18, 2021 on an emergency basis because of four complaints by healthcare professionals and not patients. Byrnes fails to mention who made the complaints against …

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Breaking News: Violation of Privacy Incident at Augusta YMCA

By: Ronda Snyder Meet Deon Cheers, Jr., 19 of Augusta, Maine. Cheers gets arrested…a lot. He has been arrested and charged with a variety of offenses just since December 2021. Note: Charges and an arrest do not reflect guilt. Guilt is determined at trial. Along with being arrested frequently, Cheers is also an aspiring rapper. …

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Maine Medical Boards of Licensure: Exposed – Part II

By: Ronda Snyder This is Part II of a 3-part series showing the lengths as well as the legal and mental gymnastics to which Maine Medical Boards of Licensure will go to in order to ensure disciplinary action against at least three doctors in Maine who did not follow the undefined yet somehow prescribed Covid …

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Maine Boards of Medical Licensure: EXPOSED – Part I

By: Ronda Snyder This is Part I of a 3-part series detailing the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine’s actions against Maine doctors. You will be shocked and dismayed to learn about the sway one such member on the Osteopathic Licensing Board has over other members and his seeming bias and lack of impartiality with …

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Maine Journal News Rebuttal Opinion to “Our View” by The Morning Sentinel Editorial Board

By: Maine Journal News This opinion is written to counter the misleading and despicable “Our View” opinion piece by The Morning Sentinel Editorial Board. As much as fighting a virus, this pandemic has been about silencing differing opinions, doing studies on repurposed therapeutic drugs that were designed to fail and using vague terms such as …

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Are School Board Members Trying to Silence Parents in Maine?

By: Ronda Snyder – This article contains commentary which reflects the author’s opinions When one thinks of Maine, California or New York doesn’t typically come to mind. However, given some of the draconian measures by local school boards in Maine that align with various measures implemented in California and New York, one has to wonder …

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Small Maine Town Comes Together to Search for Disabled Dog

By: Ronda Snyder The Town of Sidney with approximately 4,500 residents is located between Waterville to the north and Augusta to the South. It’s a small tight nit community made up of farms and small neighborhoods. Sidney, Maine was incorporated on January 30, 1792 and was named after English author, Sir Philip Sidney. There are …

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