I voted three times last Tuesday. Or maybe I didn’t. My point is, you have no idea.
To address the imbalances in the teachers pension fund, our political leaders must first start down the path of reasonable compromise with the NEA.
“Americans of all faith backgrounds should be outraged,” Hill, a lance corporal in the Marine Corps, said.
By shopping locally, you are supporting your own economy, you are giving a vote of confidence to our retailers — people whose first names you already know.
Progressives have sought to bring about a radical social transformation, and in order to achieve it, they have indulged a tendency to try to upend the constitutional system.
Former Speaker of the U.S. House Tip O’Neill used to say that “all politics is local.” This may have been true in his time as speaker, but it is not true anymore, especially in Vermont.
The lack of civility which is taking place in American politics and media reporting needs to change — not necessarily because it is a threat to our democracy, but because it prevents us from being the nation we can be.
Simply put, the president does have the ability through executive action to direct federal agencies to act in accordance with the original meaning and intent of the citizenship clause.
Thanks to a new study, we now know much money Vermont has been hemorrhaging with certificate of need requirements for the past couple of decades.
Is there a more promising way to lower prescription drug prices, not just in Medicare Part B, but in every U.S. market? Of course. Amend the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1962.
Bernie Sanders, a so-called “progressive,” is carrying water in leaky buckets for the limiting, failed ideas of the past. He is a roadblock in the path of innovation.