Gov. Scott has issued an order that all state employees must undergo vaccination or be required to mask and be tested as a condition of their employment. Since the only available vaccines are not FDA approved, test results are unreliable, and masks don’t really do anything, can he legally do this?
All of this adds up to a significant guaranteed income, with no requirement to work for a living so long as it lasts. Democrats said at the start of the pandemic that this would be temporary, but now they want to make it permanent in Bernie Sanders’ $3.5 trillion budget.
Weighting Vermont’s voting reapportionment to favor single-member districts that prioritize fair democratic representation should be a priority for the 2021-22 redistricting process.
They will keep coming out with “variants” to tighten the noose around the neck of our freedoms until every last drop of free America is strangled out of us. It is time to wake up. It is time to stand up and stand against this deception.
It’s worth discussing how a tax law could be crafted to allow taxpayers to opt out of financing majority-approved state expenditures that they consider harmful, dangerous, unconstitutional or morally repugnant.
Vermonters and their communities know the difference between a fair deal and a raw deal. They don’t expect perfection, but won’t accept or look kindly on heavy handed political maneuvers.
From abandoning our 20-year-long mission, to ignoring our humanitarian obligations, to watching civilians die after falling from our planes, Joe Biden is directly responsible for a crisis that can only be summarized as unforgivable.
There is a stark public policy contrast between the official response to the HIV and opioid crises, and the COVID pandemic, that reveals the general narcissism of identity politics. So-called “social justice” ignores very real evidence of harm to children.
The ever-politicized Office for Civil Rights within the U.S. Department of Education has decided to use the heft of the federal government to investigate states that don’t mandate children to wear masks.
It is not likely that a majority of voters anywhere will vote to impose motor fuel taxes and rationing on themselves. Odds are that this measure will pass and Massachusetts will be out of TCI as well. And then there were none.
Strategic investments in these areas are paramount. While daunting, these challenges are not insurmountable. We have before us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to do things differently.
I signed up for fiber service from Stowe Cable for installation this year and also was accepted early as a Beta tester for Starlink. Now we have both Starlink and fiber and can compare the two.