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.
I’m a senior citizen who is very worried about the direction of our country as well as our state.
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.