The radical left has infiltrated corporate America and is using big business to promote a political agenda. Justin Danhof joins the podcast to discuss the ways in which Stop Corporate Tyranny is working to end the left’s influence on American companies, and how you can be a part of the movement.
Public employees across America are growing weary of unions that do not represent their interests, says Elisabeth Kines, the national executive director of Americans for Fair Treatment.
Vermonters’ liberties have been compromised in numerous ways because of COVID: mask mandates, business and school closures, freedom of worship, assembly, speech, and travel — and now a vaccination identification card? Vermonters will gather May 1 at the Vermont State House to discuss these many encroachments on freedom.
In the final part of our interview with David Coates, retired managing partner at KPMG and a member of the Vermont Business Roundtable, we look at why the state faces a declining workforce and ranks at the bottom for wages and benefits, and consider solutions to revive Vermont’s economy.
In the second part of our interview, David Coates (retired managing partner at KPMG who has years of experience with Vermont’s debt and fiscal woes) proposes corrective measures to address the state’s growing debt of unfunded liabilities.
A bill that would have Vermont automatically mail out live ballots to all active voters on the statewide checklist has passed the Senate and is on its way to the House. Here’s what you need to know about this bill.
For years, David Coates has been sounding the alarm about Vermont’s unfunded liabilities regarding public pensions and health care benefits for retirees and their spouses. He joins Meg Hansen to explain this crisis and why no one in power wants to deal with the elephant in the room.
Ericka Redic interviews Bethanee Syversen, founder of ExPOSE, an organization dedicated to fighting sexual exploitation. As Vermont legislators debate legalizing prostitution, some argue the sex trades are victimless and should a person’s choice. But is it really a choice?
“Green Fraud: Why the Green New Deal Is Even Worse Than You Think” provides Americans with the information they need to refute climate alarmism, think critically about climate change, and counter the indoctrination of young people.
Stephen Soukup joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to explain how activists have hijacked and twisted the purpose of many of the world’s largest companies to serve left-wing ends, and why Americans need to be concerned about it.
“You’re telling everybody to wear a mask whether they have had an infection or a vaccine. … If we’re not spreading the infection, isn’t it just theater? You’ve had the vaccine, and you’re wearing two masks. Isn’t that theater?”
“There’s a new kind of discrimination on campus that’s going on that I really feel that we need to talk about, and I think that everybody is afraid to talk about it. And this discrimination is against whiteness,” Kindsvatter said.