In the 21st episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses the economic impact of COVID-19 with Michael Seaver of People’s United Bank and Ernie Pomerleau, president of Pomerleau Real Estate.
Contact tracing is seen as one way to fight COVID-19. But does the tracing, which would mean tracking a person who had been physically near in recent days, involve giving up too much privacy?
In a 51 minute interview with 23 ABC News, Dr. Dan Erickson and Dr. Martin Massihi, of Accelerated Health Care in Bakersfield, California, talked about the impact of the coronavirus on Kern County, arguing that the ongoing stay-at-home orders are not based on data or science.
In the 20th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo talks about the high cost of health care with Green Mountain Care Board member Tom Pelham and Northwestern Medical Center CFO Robyn Alvis.
In the 19th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo talks with Vermont Grocers Association Executive Director Erin Sigrist and state Rep. Michael Marcotte about supply chain issues and stocking up on essentials during the coronavirus shutdown.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, the total number of deaths forecast for the U.S. have ranged wildly from as high as 2.2 million to, most recently, 60,400.
Cam Edwards, editor of the news and information site Bearing Arms, joins The Daily Signal podcast to explain why gun shops should be considered essential businesses and how the coronavirus has affected firearms sales.
Citizen journalists around the country have decided to survey coronavirus hospital centers supposedly overwhelmed by a surge of patients. What they found surprised them.
Vermont’s pension debts are much bigger than politicians have admitted. The Democrat and Progressive establishment that runs Vermont has used fake accounting to downplay the vast extent of our state’s unfunded obligations.
In the 18th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses cell and broadband coverage with Rep. Laura Sibilia and Sen. Ann Cummings.
Climate activists in the Vermont Legislature keep trying to force even the poorest Vermonters to buy electric cars that can’t drive very far and electric heat pumps that can’t keep a house warm on a cold Vermont winter.