At the Legislative Apportionment Board meeting held Tuesday, policy experts from various organizations discussed how Vermont’s redistricting process might change, and the key question was whether to adopt a statewide policy of one representative per district.
New polling shows that the majority of Americans do not approve of President Joe Biden’s new vaccine mandate. Biden announced the mandate last week, which includes requirements that any business with more than 100 employees ensure they are vaccinated or be tested weekly.
If the choice is between spending $10 million on reducing our emissions and spending $10 million on shoring up these communities from future natural disasters, the choice, I hope, should be obvious.
The fact that hurricanes hitting the continental US haven’t increased in number or intensity over the last 120 years doesn’t prove that man-made warming isn’t happening. What’s important is that misdiagnosis and specious attributions even in a good cause lead to bad policy decisions.
CRT is very definitely being taught in these schools. John Castle’s disingenuous efforts to paint this as “mere history” are shallow and dishonest. Bullying parents and others with lies is simply unprofessional and vile.
Gordon Chang, Eric Metaxas and Will Johnson came to Vermont last weekend to lead discussions on the greatness of America, challenges to constitutional rights, and how CRT and Marxist views are making inroads into American culture.
“While soldiers who refuse the vaccine will first be counseled by their chain of command and medical providers, continued failure to comply could result in administrative or non-judicial punishment- to include relief of duties or discharge,” the Army guidelines said.
The Department of Justice asked a federal judge late Tuesday night to block Texas’ Heartbeat Act, which prohibits abortions after the baby’s heartbeat can be detected.
At a press conference last week, Republican Gov. Phil Scott shifted his focus away from coronavirus case counts and on to hospitalizations and deaths when discussing vaccinated Vermonters. The downplaying of cases is a reversal of his focus since the beginning of the pandemic.
Discussing the goal of greenhouse gas emission reduction versus strengthening and modernizing infrastructure, Campany admitted, “We can go negative emissions tomorrow, and for everybody in Vermont we’re still going to be dealing with the same issues.”
Vermonters owe a debt of gratitude to Russ Ingalls and the other organizers of a meeting in Island Pond regarding CRT. After being gaslighted and ignored by many school boards, parents have increasingly organized their own events so that their otherwise silenced voices can be heard.
What status will the Vermont voter have when state spending is not done by state agencies but by a detached nonprofit organization? Forget a career in business, the trades, or the professions; the nonprofits are the future. Just follow the money.
Buffalo taxpayers may soon experience another loss as sources recently revealed a plan by the Buffalo Bills to drop-kick taxpayers, asking for local residents to cough up $1.4 billion in taxpayer dollars to build it a new football stadium.