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.
Democrats and Republicans in Congress are in full combat over the future of Obamacare. Three of the key issues they’re debating are Medicaid expansion, the individual mandate and the Cost Sharing Reduction.
“With liberty, equality is the foundational cause of the United States of America, and it must be the same for all leaders and citizens.”
Are Vermonters dumb enough to fall for this costly foolishness all over again?
Vermonters wanting a well-vetted, safe, prompt decommissioning of Vermont Yankee by NorthStar have received three pieces of good news in the last two weeks.
The nation’s high schools can continue to deliver grossly fraudulent education—namely, issue diplomas that attest that students can read, write, and compute at a 12th-grade level when they may not be able to perform at even an eighth- or ninth-grade level.
If Sanders thinks “Medicare For All” is the solution to the nation’s health care problems, what makes him think he’s doing anything other than setting us on a path that reduces access to care and increases the rate at which the federal budget implodes?