We are witnessing corporate America and Big Green Energy flooding social media and legacy news with advertisements pushing the virtues of transitioning to battery operated transportation. The external costs of this Green New Deal are being largely ignored.
Our biweekly briefings given by Governor Phil Scott are currently promoting vaccinations. Like it or not, the vaccines are experimental at best and have no extensive track record or long-term data to support them.
Moving McNeil’s primary electrical source to natural gas from wood would reduce CO2 emissions. Yet proposals 3 and 7 would disallow this. This is counter-productive.
These corporate, monopolistic, social media cartels are playing a terribly dangerous game in silencing legitimate political dissent. Our nation is founded on the principles of free speech and the ability to have a redress of grievances with our elected officials.
I am appalled that Governor Phil Scott would even consider directing schools to ask children if they joined other households for Thanksgiving. Governor Scott is not asking parents, he is asking children to incriminate their families.
We have some work to do, and that applies to everyone who holds that the rule of law and standards — and application of such — apply to everyone equally going forward. It applies even to the Democrats and their wholly owned subsidiary, the media.
It is beyond time for Joe Biden to get out of his basement and answer questions. It is unimaginable that there are not very high crimes involved here.
Repeatedly I am asked whom conservatives should vote for now that I have withdrawn from the governor’s race. I wish to answer that question here for all to consider.
Fellow Vermonters, please remember these strong conservatives voices on Nov. 3. In 2020, these House and Senate seats are more important than the statewide governor’s and other races.
I believe in our great nation and our center-right principles of liberty, small government, low taxes, freedom, reduced regulations, “America first” and personal responsibility.
This year, a vote for fiscal conservatives is in the best interest of all citizens. Republicans recognize the importance of Vermont’s economic future, and will demand frugality from Montpelier.
You might want to consider the new “red tag” rule that prevents hundreds of Vermonters from filling up their heating oil tanks and shames them in front of anyone with an internet connection. Read on if you value your dignity and privacy.