On Tuesday evening at the Delta Hotel in South Burlington, media consultant and former President George W. Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer gave a speech to Republican leadership concerning bias in today’s mainstream media.
Liberating every African American slave in the south wasn’t good enough. Pardoning 264 Sioux warriors wasn’t good enough. To be honored by the woke mob, and to be left to rest in peace, they are demanding that Lincoln literally pardon murderers and rapists.
Democrats can’t even get on the same page. They have the Presidency. They have the House. They have the Senate. And yet they can’t pass their reckless agenda that would cost $27,000 per household.
“As my great predecessor, U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick famously said, in Reagan’s time the left was happy to ‘blame America first,’” Haley said. “Today’s Democrats don’t even believe in America.”
Rather than misrepresenting in order to malign, as Bill Schubart does, I urge the Reader to employ the “steel man” technique and consider the strongest form of the right’s positions.
On Tuesday, October 19th, former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer will join the Vermont Republican Party at our annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.
The state chair of the Vermont Republican Party directs all of the eligible Republicans voters in Vermont to gather on Saturday, Sept. 18 in their respective towns for a caucus, for the purpose of electing a local town committee to represent the interests of the voters of the town.
Both the GOP and the Democratic Party in Vermont issued statements this week clarifying their stances on how to approach a new wave of COVID-19 and its variants, and the two major parties couldn’t be further apart.
It has been the position of many in the Republican Party that we should advocate for single member districts since they provide greater accountability and can protect the interest of smaller local communities. This year may be the best chance we have to at least move in that direction. Take a moment to complete this survey.
Vermont Democrat Party Chair Bruce Olsson published a commentary recently proclaiming yet again that Republicans are racist. This is particularly rich since the Democrat party is the oldest and most enduring racist political party in history, and its racism continues to this day.
Last week, I talked about how the majority in Montpelier is trying to over-regulate contractors and handymen in Vermont. The Democrats and Progressives in the Vermont Legislature are also seeking to impose a brand-new rental registry for all rental properties in the state.
The Vermont Republican Party unanimously approved a resolution at its state committee meeting on July 10 to oppose vaccine passports in Vermont. The resolution comes in response to concerns over medical privacy and individual rights.