If one were to ask Vermonters what was the significance of America’s invasion of the island of Guadalcanal, on August 7, 1942, from most, a blank stare would be the reaction. Not so if you put the question to Gedeon Lacroix.
The clash between neo-Nazis and leftists in the streets was an ugly and surreal scene one would associate with 1930s Germany, not a sleepy American town in the heart of central Virginia.
“With liberty, equality is the foundational cause of the United States of America, and it must be the same for all leaders and citizens.”
The fate of taxpayer-owned Burlington Telecom will be decided in the coming weeks as city officials negotiate with finalists in what has been a long, secretive bidding process.
If some legislators get their way, Vermont will adopt a $15 minimum wage as soon as Jan. 1, 2019.
The discussion escalated when Sanders called White House Advisers Sebastian Gorka and Steve Bannon Nazi sympathizers, a statement Cucinelli strongly disagreed with.
A legal immigrant without a high school degree typically receives $4 in government benefits for every one dollar he pays in taxes. By limiting future low-skill immigration, the RAISE Act has the potential to save U.S. taxpayers trillions of dollars in future years.
The Trump administration has called for an “America first” trade policy. An important aspect of such a policy should be to protect Americans’ property from being stolen by foreign governments.
At least three people are dead and 19 are injured in the wake of violent protests that rocked Charlottesville, Va. Saturday.
The governor of the U.S. territory of Guam, which has been threatened by North Korea, said he feels safer than ever with President Donald Trump in charge of U.S. forces.