The vandals also erected a sign saying “land back” and circulated a historically revisionist pamphlet in downtown Bennington explaining why they defaced the statue of America’s Great Emancipator. The red paint was removed last week.
I’ve been saying “vaccines should be mandated.” That phrase, I’m afraid, helps cause resistance to vaccination. What I should have been saying is that vaccines should be required in many cases.
“I’m challenged to agree with your assessment of this way of determining sustainability, because we may have thought we were buying a $200,000 house and may in fact be that we are buying an $800,000 house or a $1 million house,” Rep. Sarah Copeland Hanzas said.
There is one helpful solution: Parents of students unhappy with radical curricula infused into their children don’t go to college board meetings to complain. They pull their kids out and send them to colleges that share their values and their hopes for the children’s future lives and careers.
Leftist activists want parents classified as domestic terrorists because parents and grandparents do not want their children’s schools to become America-hating camps. Parents have both a right and responsibility to protect their children from bad actors.
Financially stressed farmers of Addison and Rutland counties who happen to own scruffy, yet classic, barns will be able to spruce up their structures thanks to a new Vermont program.
The Build Back Better Act would invest an estimated $295 billion of taxpayer money into a variety of clean energy programs in what would amount to the most sweeping climate effort passed by Congress.
Liberating every African American slave in the south wasn’t good enough. Pardoning 264 Sioux warriors wasn’t good enough. To be honored by the woke mob, and to be left to rest in peace, they are demanding that Lincoln literally pardon murderers and rapists.
The Vermont Legislative Apportionment Board (LAB) voted 4-3 on Friday to recommend single-member House districts only for the coming reapportionment of the Vermont Legislature.
An unprecedented infusion of federal “pandemic relief” cash will help Vermonters stay warm and pay for childcare.
Don was duly elected by the voters of Rutland Town, the same as every other board member past or present. It should be incumbent upon this board to find a way to redo the committee placements to include reinstating Don Chioffi.
For the second straight week, the Vermont Department of Health on Tuesday listed the number of the most recent Covid-19 fatalities without distinguishing between vaxxed and unvaxxed.