Today we find ourselves at another existential crossroad of imbalance. Yes, we’ve survived similar times, but the collective commonwealth that nearly wiped out the Pilgrims is again creating unsustainability.
It’s ironic that one of the GM models due for termination is the electric Chevy Volt. GM got into Volt production because the Obama administration decided that the cars were the answer to climate change.
Rubbing his thumb in Trump’s eye, Macron went on to campaign on the pledge of “Make Our Planet Great Again.” It didn’t work out well for Macron or his country.
We should start by remembering who we are. Our party was born to eliminate slavery and hold a divided Union together. Our state party platform offers a stabilizing rudder in stormy policy seas. We produce statesmen like George Aiken.
The only thing Democrats dare to come up with is more useless background checks and requiring the surgeon general to make a report. This is all for show.
By granting monopoly privileges, Vermont has incentivized monopolies to take advantage of bureaucrats who have every reason to look toward their next career move, rather than looking out for the common good.
How come New Hampshire is successful in seducing twenty- and thirty-somethings while Vermont is one of only two states to see a net decline in population?
If the folks at AllEarth really believe in this idea and really see a market for the service, then they should invest their own money and reap whatever profits the venture yields.
It didn’t matter if the local school board members had four minutes or four hours — the State Board of Education had made up its mind before the meeting.
Subtle changes to Vermont tax law will result in higher income and property taxes for many Vermonters.
I had the opportunity to speak with Molly Mahar, the president of Ski Vermont, and she could not be happier about the early start to our wonderland of winter.