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.
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.’”
Democratic Ohio state Sen. Nina Turner said 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders’s agenda is “radical” for those who are “already wealthy” at a Tuesday campaign event.
In the 11th episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo leads a spin class with Mayor Miro Weinberger and City Council President Kurt Wright while discussing Burlington’s Great Streets project and how it’s impacting both car and pedestrian access to the city.
Wednesday marked the first public impeachment hearing into President Donald Trump over his phone call with Ukraine, and the House saw much more than just testimony.
Prominent Democrats, such as Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez, have stressed the idea that climate change may soon cause the world to end.
“I am beyond honored and excited for a president who will fight against Western imperialism,” Omar said Sunday.
In the 10th episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses environmental policy with plastic bag-ban sponsor Sen. Chris Bray, D-Addison, and Rob Roper, president of the Ethan Allen Institute.
This week Meg interviews Ethan Allen Institute President Rob Roper about how to respond to radical environmentalism in Vermont, especially it relates to carbon taxes, plastic bag bans and global warming alarmism.
This week Meg sits down with Zachary Zupan and Jamison Dunne, two Vermont Republicans, to discuss the fallacy that to succeed in state politics a Republican must be a moderate.
Protesters interrupted the town hall and a transgender woman hijacked a microphone and began yelling about transgender women deaths. Transgender children played a role, too, and a quip about pronouns prompted an apology from moderator Chris Cuomo.