Every year, colleges raise tuition prices yet again. That’s helped create the student debt crisis, and it’s causing more young people to skip college altogether. But what’s the government’s role here? Is it making things worse?
Terry Williams is a farmer from Poultney and a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel who served in Afghanistan. In this week’s episode of Dialogues, he speaks about the challenges faced by retired veterans living in Vermont.
In the fifth episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo meets up with Ted Brady, the deputy secretary of Commerce and Community Development, and Eva Clark, a St. Joseph’s College graduate who is looking for a job in Vermont.
In the last episode of our three-part interview, Vergennes Chief of Police George Merkel explores the consequences that policy proposals like marijuana commercialization and safe injection sites are likely to have on local law enforcement overwhelmed with the opioid addiction and crime crisis.
Are America’s best days behind it? Or is there a way to return to the values that our Founding Fathers and so many subsequent generations held?
Vergennes Chief of Police George Merkel shares how the opioid catastrophe has overwhelmed small municipalities in Vermont.
Thursday night’s Democratic debate in Miami brought a close to the two part debate series that showed America a lineup of Trump-hungry candidates not afraid to get personal with one another.
In the fourth episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo talks Act 46 with Republican state Sen. Corey Parent and David Kelley, an attorney representing school districts jointly appealing the State Board of Education’s merger decisions.
Vergennes Chief of Police George Merkel joins us to discuss the impact of the opioid crisis on local law enforcement and the carnage that the epidemic is leaving in its wake.
On today’s episode of The Daily Signal Podcast, we feature an interview with Julio Gonzalez, chairman of Engineered Tax Services, and Stephen Moore, a distinguished visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation and author of “Trumponomics: Inside the America First Plan to Revive Our Economy.”
This week we speak with Lt. Col. Terry Williams about the state of the slate quarries in Vermont, the looming threat of Act 250 and what policies would help Vermont’s historic industry prosper.