Unions across the country donated $765 million dollars to various organizations over the last four years, and 99 percent of that cash went to liberal-leaning causes.
Politicians exploit public ignorance. Few areas of public ignorance provide as many opportunities for political demagoguery as taxation.
A new National Bureau of Economic Research study has quantified the impact of America’s generation-long decline in business startups, and the results are not pretty.
Since its release in January, the traffic stop study “Driving While Black and Brown in Vermont” has been a blot on the reputation of state and local law enforcement. Now local police and at least one crime research expert are casting doubts on the report’s data and findings.
States without certificate of need laws have lower costs, better outcomes and more access to health care. It’s time to subject our CON laws and the Green Mountain Care Board to a certificate of need process. I think we’ll find we don’t need either of them.
Conservative scientists and policy experts are continuing a push to get the Trump administration to review a document that served as the legal basis for President Obama’s global warming agenda.
The charged issue of solar power facility siting produced some sparks Monday, even after a public hearing on the Planning Commission’s draft town energy plan was postponed for lack of a quorum.
A law professor doesn’t “think there is any such thing as free speech,” and his university president was “surprised and even shocked” to learn that federal law required his school to host white nationalist Richard Spencer on Thursday.
Told her children would be barred from school if she didn’t sign required health forms, a mom from Woodstock, Vermont, has agreed to say the state provided “evidence-based” information on vaccines, even though she believes the information lacks scientific backing.
The Trump administration’s top immigration agent said Tuesday that he plans to ramp up investigations of businesses that knowingly employ illegal immigrants.