Where the Hunter Biden laptop scandal story is concerned, it’s still crickets from the Vermont media.
While we all want to see higher voter turnout in the end, masses of people voting weeks before election day creates and exacerbates a number of problems with our election process.
There’s no “do-over” allowed for Vermont voters, Secretary of State Jim Condos said Wednesday.
Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be “compromised” as president because of his family’s business dealings with China.
Election and postal experts have warned Americans to stop voting by mail as delays continue to hamper the postal system one week before the election.
Will results be available election night? Is my voter registration data secure? Where can I learn more about the candidates? And what’s going on with high bailiff? These questions and more answered.
On Oct. 31, Vermonters are asked to again express support for their police state wide — from 10 a.m. to noon at various locations Vermonters will be displaying support for those who risk death and trauma to protect us from evil, whether they be Democrat or Republican.
College students gave Democrat Hillary Clinton an edge over Republican Donald Trump in New Hampshire during the 2016 presidential election. But as this battleground state gears up for the Nov. 3 election, the state Republican Party says some of those younger voters should not be part of the equation.
Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan on Monday called to expand the Supreme Court after the Senate confirmed Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the high court.
Karl Marx was a world-class racist and exploiter of women and the working class, not only by the standards of Victorian England where he lived most of his adult life, but by almost any era.
One Trump Supreme Court appointee joined two Obama Supreme Court appointees in condemning the actions of Vermont state employees, suggesting that the rule of law can overcome the partisan divide.