A former Vermont State House journalist — a sincerely good, decent, civil person of long and pleasant acquaintance — recently chastised me on my Facebook page for backing “racist” President Donald Trump.
Gun Owners of America (GOA), a gun rights organization with more than 2 million members, called on Trump and other lawmakers to reject calls for gun control in the wake of the El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, shootings.
The order will block any House Ways and Means Committee requests for Trump’s tax returns via the New York law until the jurisdictional dispute is resolved.
While media commentators across the political spectrum have tended to agree that this week’s congressional hearings with former special counselor Robert Mueller were a disaster for the Russian-interference-in-the-2016-election narrative, two top Vermont politicians are doubling down in support of Mueller’s testimony.
Thanks in part to the 2017 Trump federal tax reform, Vermont state corporate income tax receipts are up $38 million over last year.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday defended his investigation of President Donald Trump and Russia before two House committees. Here are eight key takeaways from Mueller’s testimony before both committees.
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., issued a statement Thursday calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, even as the U.S. House of Representatives — including the majority of his Democrat colleagues — voted against the measure by a 332-95 vote on Wednesday.
The Trump administration deregulation efforts will raise incomes by about $3,100 per household over the next five to 10 years, and sharply reduce prices for consumers, according to a new report by the White House Council of Economic Advisers.
Today WDEV talk show host Dave Gram questioned the legitimacy of the Trump presidency and then asked his pro-Trump caller, “tell me what you think Trump has accomplished.” The caller repeated Trump’s best-known success story: low unemployment, booming economy.
A range of diverse advocacy groups are lauding the latest Executive Order signed by President Donald Trump that requires hospitals to publicly disclose what patients and insurers actually pay for services in an easy-to-read and accessible format – before they receive care.
A Google executive suggested in an undercover video from Project Veritas that breaking up the company will make it more difficult for tech companies to moderate social media platforms.