“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.
New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rolled out legislation in September aimed at combating economic inequality, which includes giving illegal aliens the ability to enroll in government welfare programs.
In the ninth episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses the future of education in Vermont with Education Secretary Dan French and former school board member Jay Eshelman.
This week Meg talks with Mark Bowen and Ashley Harwood, president and vice president of the Vermont chapter of the Farmer Veteran Coalition.
Immediately after the two jets hit the WTC, the Green Mountain Boys were flying fighter cover over New York City, ready to warn off or if necessary shoot down any dangerous aircraft.
His address honored the victims of the attacks as well as the heroes who risked their lives to protect others from certain danger. Watch to hear his powerful message to the American people on this day of remembrance.
This week, we invited farmer Kate Bowen from Putney back on the show to discuss the state’s farming business models and the challenges Vermont farmers face today.