Sen. Bernie Sanders called for a Congressional resolution to condemn neo-Nazism and white racism, stopping short of including all types of racial discrimination on MSNBC Wednesday.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, Pravda says ‘da’ to solar and ‘nyet’ to Vermont Yankee, drug addicts are plaguing downtown areas, and senators weigh Act 250 and pot.
Of the four people arrested after the violent outbreak in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend, two were identified with the white nationalist movement and the other two were left-wing “Antifa” counter protesters.
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.
An article in Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal shows evidence that the expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act is driving, at least in part, the opioid epidemic that is ravaging the nation.
Parents beware: A program called Challenge Day that applauds a culture of victimhood is planting the leftist agenda into young minds under the guise of anti-bullying education.
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.
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.