In 2016, I was unprepared to defend myself against the fallacies of the liberal social arguments. It would appear that the liberal Democrats have given me permission to speak. It is 2020 and I am prepared.
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.
“Thank you Vermont police and sheriffs for being our front lines for Covid-19, for monitoring peaceful BLM rallies, and for protecting our freedom. May you know our united support and gratitude.”
Meg has a medical degree, health policy expertise, and a long record of healthcare service. She also owns a small business.
The Vermont-NEA members have been hurt less financially than any other large group of employees so far. Let them not claim abuse if they are asked to give a little. After all, it is for the good of the kids.
There are so many questions to be asked by those who are curious and restless. The ultimate one is the hardest to ask: Is the evidence now conclusive that America is no longer the “home of the brave”?
In handing down its decision, the Vermont Supreme Court referred to a study that was produced by UVM Professor Stephanie Seguino labeled “Driving While Black and Brown in Vermont.” The accuracy of this widely distributed and referred to study has been called into question since its release by many, including myself.
Governor Scott may issue press releases merely “encouraging” us to cease gathering, cease person-to-person business and to stay at home, but his actual declaration directs and mandates it. By the order, the governor has deprived us of some of our constitutional rights.
Vermont has 0.002% of the U.S. population, about equal to Boston, and we think we’re going to save the world by increasing the tax burden, a tax burden that will give a rebate to those wealthy enough to afford an electric car and solar panels?
Windsor County state Sen. Dick McCormack, a Democrat, recently opined about the climate crisis and how government must implement “a worthy and non-negotiable response” to this crisis. What is this “worthy and non-negotiable” response?
On Monday, January 13, I presented the following resolution to the Cavendish Select Board. I requested that this resolution be placed as an article on the condition that we discuss and vote on it at the annual town meeting in early March. The Select Board approved my request.