Drew Cline pointedly raises the question of which state is better off: low tax New Hampshire or high tax Vermont. That’s a pretty easy call.
Recent studies show that even workers who keep their jobs and receive higher wages can be made worse off through other changes to employment caused by minimum wage laws. That’s because wages aren’t the sum total of workers’ compensation.
At the July 26 meeting of the Vermont Climate Council, member Richard Cowart raised what he admitted might be “a thorny question.” Thorny or not, it was a very good one.
Critical race theory should not be forced upon young children, with their innocence and yet-undeveloped minds. Children are carefree and are accepting of everyone. They are without prejudice.
State Rep. Mike Mrowicki, D-Putney, does us all the favor of displaying the rabid falsehoods he is advancing — the only question is whether this legislator’s hostility toward his own constituents is grounded in gross ignorance or deliberate dishonesty.
Sadly, those with the power to make decisions don’t want modest home ownership, it’s that simple. It’s coming from the state down, too, make no mistake. People are making a ton of money building rental properties, subsidized by the state.
“Vermont state employees are going to be subjected to evaluations based on their commitment to this destructive ideology. It is my belief that this cannot continue to be tolerated in our democratic society.”
Koonin agrees that the Earth has warmed around 1 degree Celsius since the tailing off of the Little Ice Age around 1850, and is likely to be another 1 degree warmer by the end of this century. But he is alarmed at scientifically insupportable predictions of approaching climate catastrophes.
Instead of acting as if vaccinations matter, the US government spends its efforts trying to ban “bad information.” The way to stop bad information is to provide good information. The way to strengthen conspiracy theories is trying to ban any sort of speech.
With the radical left having slim majorities in both the U.S. House and Senate, and with the Vermont Legislature being a vast socialist haven, it is up to us Vermonters to defend liberty and our Constitution and our way of life that we deeply love and respect with our lives.
So there you have it. The people supposed to be considering all perspectives in transitioning to a ‘just climate economy’ are shoving aside the voices who are being hurt the most from Vermont’s insistence that green energy must work for everyone.
This roadmap is just to demonstrate that there is a credible way for the internet and cloud computing to become mainly orbital. Each of these steps will present enormous opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurs.