Only in an Orwellian world could anyone say “Black Lives Matter” and at the same time support abortion, which disproportionately kills black lives.
The decommissioning regulatory process is meant to vet applications and approve the good ones, not to chase them away. It is my hope that the flood of anti-nuclear and anti-manufacturing regulations unleashed by the state of Vermont reached their high-water mark in the previous administration and are now receding.
Vermont’s high school grads go on to college, the military, the trades and other endeavors.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have sparked a lot of discussion about the practice of “price gouging” — raising prices dramatically in the face of an emergency and profiting off of others’ fear and tragedy.
The libertarian position on foreign aid is straightforward: It is unconstitutional and an illegitimate purpose of government.
Young Americans may not think politics has become insane, because they have never known what it used to be like.
Kahler suggested that if Vermont’s small business owners were just smarter and worked harder they could afford the proposed massive increase in wages.
If the former president of the AFL-CIO and AFT Vermont can learn, perhaps there is hope for Vermont politicians.
Vermont’s mandate is much more than a requirement to supply consumers with electricity from renewable resources like wind and solar. It will require virtually complete electrification of the Vermont economy to eliminate almost all fossil fuel consumption.