Declaring oneself to be a Native Vermonter states that I am different from you, emphasizing and labeling all others as flatlanders. The question is, for what purpose? Aren’t we all Vermonters committed to the State’s motto of Freedom and Unity?
Twenty years ago, Tayt Brooks said he never would’ve thought that he was going to be the deputy secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD), a role he recently accepted.
New Hampshire is expanding eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccines to include anyone older than 16, regardless of residency. “Whether you live in Boston, Maine, Vermont, New York, doesn’t matter, come on in, get your vaccine,” Gov. Chris Sununu said at a news briefing last week.
Campaign for Vermont engaged on two separate issues this week: calling on legislative leaders to take action on pension reform, and we sent a letter on broadband rollout to the Senate Finance Committee.
The radical left has infiltrated corporate America and is using big business to promote a political agenda. Justin Danhof joins the podcast to discuss the ways in which Stop Corporate Tyranny is working to end the left’s influence on American companies, and how you can be a part of the movement.
If S.15 passes into law, it would make voting by mail a permanent feature of Vermont elections, but with almost none of the security measures noted in the Carter/Baker report, nor the measures utilized by the five states that have already adopted vote-by-mail systems.
In defense of the decision, Scott points to an “unacceptable disparity” in the pace of vaccination for Vermonters who are BIPOC. What Scott fails to acknowledge is that the disparity is the direct result of his own policies.
Estimates put Catherine’s estate value at somewhere between $50,000 and $75,000 (over $2 million today), according to the New England Historical Society. Not a bad legacy by a fiery redhead who flouted the law during her brief 45 years around the sun.
President Joe Biden is creating a commission to study the impact of expanding the Supreme Court. During the 2020 presidential election, Biden refused to address whether he would pack the court, insisting that he would not provide such an answer until at least 180 days after he became president.
Crenshaw’s words should serve as a warning to those of us who recognize the essential nature of free speech to a healthy republic. Authoritarians have recognized the power and reach of social media and Big Tech, and will use the language of “social good” to try and curtail ideas they don’t like.
What do the three states with the highest COVID-19 cases per capita over the last week have in common? None of them are governed by Republicans. What do the three states with the lowest unemployment rates have in common? None of them are governed by Democrats.
Since President Joe Biden was sworn into office, Republican states have waged war on his agenda, suing the administration on climate change, energy, immigration and taxation policy. But the conservative attorneys general who started filing the lawsuits in March said they aren’t done yet.