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.
My advice for liberty-minded Vermonters is to stop worrying about the governor’s office until you have a majority in the Legislature. You might actually like the Phil Scott that shows up in that scenario.
The Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing civil rights and liberties for all Americans, and promoting a common culture based on fairness, understanding and humanity.
“I’m concerned as a parent that students of the 8th grade class are being pressured to normalize the use of pronouns as related to their identity.”
Rather than the Delta variant, the influenza morbidity and mortality rates offer a stronger basis to mask children for protection. But we have never made that argument and for good reason.
Persecutive and disturbing are two adjectives to describe the banning of the Burlington Ward 3 City Council Republican candidate from the old North End’s Facebook group.
Free speech is one of our foundational principles and we must fight to maintain it. We must not allow ourselves to be steamrolled by thuggish tactics and fear-mongering.
Mr. Varney is correct to flag this program as another entitlement that he feels will never be repealed. However, it will do a lot of damage in the meantime.
This teenage voting idea is nothing more than a means to an end and it does not have the good of these young people in mind. Not at all.
Vermont is on the doorstep of taking in hundreds of millions of federal dollars. The money will fund dozens of infrastructure projects: roads, bridges, dams, sewers, water treatment, broadband, government buildings, schools and child care centers.
The bottle bill, the modernization and recalibration of Vermont’s tax system, the bill requiring registration of construction contractors, and the COVID recovery bill all increase revenues to the government while adding greater burdens on business and individuals.
In defense of the decision, Scott points to an “unacceptable disparity” in the pace of vaccination for Vermonters who are BIPOC. What Scott fails to acknowledge is that the disparity is the direct result of his own policies.