In the 12th episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses Vermont’s growing pension crisis with economist Art Woolf and David Coates, retired managing partner at KPMG.
Over the next few months the Arlington Area Renewal Project will be assisting several young families as they move into their first home that they will own. If someone wishes to spend $100 million or even a quarter-billion dollars on a home, so what?
President Donald Trump responded to U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland’s testimony at the impeachment hearings Wednesday. “Here’s my response,” Trump said. “Ready? You have the cameras rolling? ‘I want nothing.’”
The Scott-endorsed rollback would return that money to non-producers through credits to monthly power bills over the next 10 years.
“Democratic leadership should be ashamed of themselves for turning their backs on New Hampshire’s students,” Gov. Chris Sununu said in a news release. “This game-changing grant would have cost New Hampshire taxpayers nothing.
Speaking at a Democratic Party fundraiser at Shelburne Vineyard Nov. 4, House Speaker Mitzi Johnson, D-Grand Isle, said “I’m the Nancy Pelosi of Vermont.”
Opponents of new state legislation that would charge for plastic shopping bags in New Hampshire contend it will be a burden on consumers and retailers.
The $200 million Vermont Health Connect set a remarkably high bar for techno-incompetence. From the sounds of it, the Integrated Eligibility and Enrollment Project may make that failed project appear a paragon of cutting-edge innovation.
Seventy percent of respondents said abortion clinics should be held to the same standards that general hospitals are held to. Seventy-four percent of respondents believe states should have the ability to pass laws ensuring abortion facilities comply with “basic medical practices and sanitation.”
After World War II, the United States did not try to transform Germany and Japan into its colonies — as past conquerors did — but set about restoring the economic strength and political independence of the nations it had defeated.
When it comes to the press, Trump’s bark is worse than his bite. Obama, on the other hand, rarely barked. He just bit. Often. Yet the “free and independent” press didn’t protest vigorously. It makes you wonder why.