The Southern Poverty Law Center, which brands mainstream conservative and Christian organizations as “hate groups,” placing them on a map with chapters of the Ku Klux Klan, added a slew of parental rights organizations to that “hate map” for 2022 and labeled them “antigovernment groups.”
The Agency of Education’s Ted Fisher talked with True North about the status of climate and energy-related subjects in Vermont schools, and how the politics of climate change within the classroom ultimately rests with teachers.
Social media was buzzing on Tuesday about Chick-fil-A Inc. announcing the hiring of a vice president of diversity, equity, and inclusion. It’s quite possible that Chick-fil-A will feel some heat now, too. And it should.
The Youth Opportunity Regional Forums begin this week, the first taking place at Oxbow High School in Bradford on this Thursday starting at 6 p.m. Organizations known to be behind politically left-wing climate and social initiatives are the primary supporters of the event.
Exposing young people to perpetual fear campaigns — especially when they are captive audiences in public schools — knowing as we do that it leads to adverse mental health outcomes, should be equally banned.
Lawmakers took the week off to return home for Town Meeting Week, in what is loosely the mid-point break in the legislative session. This year, it is not surprising that the controversial bill S.5 was a hot topic.
Marches, protests, anti-S.5 events with hundreds of folks in yellow vests. It paints a picture that will travel around the internet and the world. You’ll find advocates and experts in all corners willing to step up and point out why this won’t do what they say at any price.
Vermont was once a treasured, special place, celebrated for its agrarian common sense, sustainable frugality and self-sufficiency. That is no longer celebrated at Shelburne Farms.
Why is there a huge increase in excess deaths across Western civilization? Why are we allowing self-proclaimed females with a Y chromosome access to female locker rooms? How did Joe Biden become worth over $10 million?
Republicans are faced with a community that doesn’t trust us. Everything they have heard about us is negative. Most of what they hear has been false. But here we are. The only way I know to change people’s impressions is to roll up your sleeves and engage.
Opponents of a state constitutional amendment that would make abortion-on-demand legal up to the moment of birth in Vermont are organizing a series of public “sign waves” to engage voters on what the vaguely-worded amendment actually means.
Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce has signed her name to a letter along with 11 other state treasurers opposing legislation intended to discourage business dealings with companies that engage in environmental, social and governance (ESG) training of their employees.