Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sat down for a one-on-one interview with rapper Cardi B to discuss issues from the political power structure to defeating President Donald Trump.
Chet Greenwood of Ethan Allen Manufacturing and Anya Tynio of the Newport Daily Express join us to discuss jobs and revitalizing the economy of the Northeast Kingdom.
In the final part of our interview with David Coates, retired managing partner at KPMG and a member of the Vermont Business Roundtable, we look at why the state faces a declining workforce and ranks at the bottom for wages and benefits, and consider solutions to revive Vermont’s economy.
In the seventh episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses the uncertain future of Vermont farming with Agriculture Secretary Anson Tebbetts and Jennifer Lambert of Lambert Farm.
People in Washington, D.C., said they were appalled by the president’s comments comparing Baltimore to a third world country, except it was actually Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders who made that comparison in 2015, not President Donald Trump.
In the second part of our interview, David Coates (retired managing partner at KPMG who has years of experience with Vermont’s debt and fiscal woes) proposes corrective measures to address the state’s growing debt of unfunded liabilities.
Democratic presidential candidates got into heated exchanges about free stuff, racial issues and immigration throughout the first night of the second round of debates.
In the sixth episode of “Travels With Charlie – Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo talks solar energy with Green Mountain Power CEO Mary Powell and Rutland Mayor Dave Allaire.
For years, David Coates has been sounding the alarm about Vermont’s unfunded liabilities regarding public pensions and health care benefits for retirees and their spouses. He joins us to explain this crisis and why no one in power wants to deal with the elephant in the room.
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.