The state of Vermont has withdrawn an injunction to force Club Fitness in Rutland to close after it received counter injunctions from the gym’s lawyer challenging the legality of the shutdown.
Ten new candidates for Vermont’s House and Senate were introduced Wednesday by Republican gubernatorial candidate John Klar from the steps of the state Capitol.
Sen. Benning continued, “I know the excuse is Covid-19 and trying to keep people safe, but as I said to you in my email we have an alternative by way of an absentee ballot that makes perfect sense to cure that problem.”
I have to laugh when I hear members of the Vermont Legislature tell us that their vote-by-mail scheme to send live ballots to everyone on the voter checklist will be free of controversy and fraud because Vermonters certainly don’t try to steal them.
Rep. Cynthia Browning of Arlington will be running for re-election to the Vermont House as one of the two representatives for Arlington, Manchester, Sandgate and Sunderland. But this time around she will be running as an independent rather than as a Democrat.
If our political leaders are earnestly taking a “data-based approach,” then why is it OK to ignore this data, and in doing so subject us to irrational and absurd precautionary measures that continue to strangle the economy and demoralize society?
Let’s tax PACs and lobbyists. Taxing would be good for revenue, good for our state, and good for our citizens and republic. Vermont could tax its way to freedom and lead the nation by doing so. What should we call this tax?
The Global Warming Solutions Act allows the Conservation Law Foundation to go to court, like it did in Massachusetts, and get a court order to demand that the secretary of Natural Resources issue even more sweeping and invasive rules.
More Vermonters are running for the Vermont Legislature as Republicans and are among those endorsed by the campaign to elect John Klar as governor.
Liberty is precious, but paralysis rooted in fear will destroy it. If our leaders continue to ignore the principles upon which it was established, it will soon be lost.
Gov. Phil Scott has fomented the worst economic crisis in Vermont since the Great Depression. He’s sowing fear with bad models. Now there’s a disingenuous bait and switch. There are four remedies we need to take since the governor believes he can extend the state of emergency forever.
As we come out the other side of this, putting policies into place that encourage rapid employment, capital investment in new and old businesses, and entrepreneurial creativity must be our number one priority.