A black man carrying a sign for a black history tour sharply criticized protesters who had threatened to tear down a statue of Abraham Lincoln freeing a slave in Washington, D.C. Friday night.
The Vermont Senate has passed the Global Warming Solutions Act, but pulls $1 million funding. Also, the House gives itself a new pay raise, and pro-lifers and others suggest new “legal” graffiti messaging.
I question the sincerity of Sen. Clarkson’s condemnation of George Floyd’s murder and call for racial equity while at the same time her voting record and actions tell such a different story.
This week we learned that two stalwart Vermont companies are cutting jobs due to the Covid-19 economic shutdown, and an iconic Vermont business is leaving the state. Darn Tough socks announced that they are laying off 50 of their 330 workers, a 15% cut.
A federal judge on Friday blocked Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other New York leaders from prohibiting outdoor religious gatherings due to the coronavirus after officials endorsed mass protests.
If you could cut the COVID-19 death rate in half, would you do it? Policymakers could do that by greatly increasing testing of both residents and staff at nursing homes and other extended care facilities, the hottest of hot spots for coronavirus deaths.
The Vermont Agency of Transportation on June 19 instructed employees to not remove murals, signs or graffiti in the highway right-of-way unless profane, grotesque or dangerous to traffic, according to two agency memos.
Do you think America could never devolve into Jacobin France or the horrors of Nazism or the Cultural Revolution? Think again. Liberal intellectuals in France, Germany and China never thought such terror would reach their country — until it happened.
“According to an analysis by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, the number of economic impact payments going to decedents highlights the importance of consistently using key safeguards in providing government assistance to individuals,” the report said.
As the country attempts to reopen amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, one easy way we can help reduce the spread of the disease is using face masks. But policymakers — such as those in California and in some cities — are exactly wrong to mandate them.
The General Assembly passed a bill that would take the governor out of the decision to send mail-in ballots to all registered voters, but some town clerks say a universal vote-by-mail system in Vermont is a bad idea.