On Friday there will be a rally for school choice — at the Vermont State House and at the Capitol Plaza across the street — of hundreds of friends of parental choice in education, at a time when a majority of the Legislature seems hell-bent on stamping out as much parental choice as possible.
The Scott administration will continue its series of briefings for legislators over the next two weeks on a range of issues that are important to Vermont communities.
A world-renowned physicist-turned-public speaker on election integrity matters, Dr. Douglas G. Frank, is coming to South Burlington on Jan. 14 to speak on issues concerning how to protect and improve our elections.
Nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager will be the featured speaker at the “Restoring Our Faith” summit, to be held at the Double Tree Hotel in South Burlington on Oct. 25. The summit also will feature a dozen world-renowned faith leaders, social scientists and physicians.
Renowned national speaker, author and radio host Dennis Prager as well as social scientists, psychologists and faith leaders will debate and discuss how to restore the country’s lost faith in God, in trusted institutions and in the founding principles of the country based on Judeo-Christian principles.
Since voting to defund the police in 2020, Burlington has seen an increase in burglaries, vehicle thefts, coordinated retail theft groups, increased drug crimes and gun fire incidents in the city. This workshop to discuss the current state of public safety in Vermont is free and open to the public.
Speakers include Michael Hall, executive director Vermont Police Coalition; Brady Toensing, former senior counsel United States Department of Justice; and Christina Nolan, former United States Attorney for the District of Vermont.
Vermonters for Vermont Initiative, an education platform based in Rutland, is hosting a celebration to lift up the signing of our nation’s Constitution 235 years ago. The event will take place on the lawn of the People’s House in Montpelier at the Vermont State Capitol.
These proposed amendments set standards for auto manufacturers that will reduce greenhouse gas and criteria air pollutant emissions from passenger cars, light-duty trucks, and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles and engines that are delivered for sale or placed in service in Vermont.
Join us to hear Dr. Carol Swain, Rev. Christopher Thoma, Jason Yates, Dr. Peter Breggin, Dr. Rick Scarborough, and Vermont state Rep. Vicki Strong boldly address the critical issues facing all Americans, young and old, in the world today.
We are looking at another great Republican event to mix and mingle with two of our most accomplished Republicans in recent years and a number of candidate hopefuls for the 2022 election as well.
The sailors’ visit includes a “welcome to Vermont” at the VFW Post 792, a BBQ picnic, and a Vermont Mountaineers baseball game. USS Montpelier sailors will march in the Montpelier parade July 3; the USS Vermont sailors will be marching in the Poultney parade July 4.