If Republicans do not stand for what is right, then there is no reason for them to stand at all. Our rich history requires us to respect our Republican heritage and to provide a reason for people to engage in the political process because it gives them something to believe in.
This week Meg sits down with Zachary Zupan and Jamison Dunne, two Vermont Republicans, to discuss the fallacy that to succeed in state politics a Republican must be a moderate.
According to the White House Council of Economic Advisors and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, America’s lowest-wage workers have experienced the sharpest wage hikes since the TCJA — with nominal wage increases of an astonishing 8.9 percent.
The chair of the Vermont Republican Party says party leadership will stand by and let Vermonters choose whether to support a primary challenger against Gov. Phil Scott for the 2020 gubernatorial election.
The Vermont Republican Party has just elected its youngest official ever to take the helm of one of the GOP’s largest, local party committees.
Republicans want you to have a job, not a handout, and they want your children to be safe and not have their childhood stolen from them. Republicans understand their role is to clear the way for you to work and prosper.
Vermont needs once again to embrace Republicans to bring our government under control and returned to its main purpose of protecting the people so they can innovate, prosper, raise healthy families and raise future productive citizens.
Southern Vermont conservatives gathered under a big canvas tent in Danby on Saturday for the state’s first “Liberty Fest,” a day-long event that brought together patriotic-minded activists, interested voters and a variety of special-interest groups.
To be the representative republic we claim to be, the elected members must represent the people in truth instead of just going through the motions and then deceiving and pretending.
Some have stated that Deb Billado should be focused on local races rather than defending the president. Yet in VTDigger alone over the last five days, there were five anti-Trump commentaries, many with wild claims and ugly rhetoric — and, of course, no pro-Trump commentaries.
Yes, you have read that right. And yes, I am still the chairwoman of the Vermont GOP Committee, and no, those are not my words or belief.