So, millennials, it may seem nice that Senator Balint is putting her arm around you sympathetically and lamenting your plight. But, you might want to consider that she is the source of your pain.
With “vilest hypocrisy,” to borrow Friedrich Engels’ words, the elites vanquish Vermont’s working men and women, and then create elaborate welfare traps in the name of self-virtue and compassion or charity.
Only 61 percent of those from the Generation X era earned more than their parents. Worse still, only 50 percent of those born in 1980, the early beginnings of millennials, earned more than their parents.
This report represents a record 99-straight months of job creation. Since President Donald Trump took office in January 2017, we have seen almost 5 million Americans find jobs.
“It’s no wonder those in their 20s and 30s are flocking to New Hampshire. From investing in education, to creating a job-oriented economy that’s stronger than ever, New Hampshire has become a destination for success,” Gov. Chris Sununu wrote.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is back again, with yet another attempt to indirectly mandate the $15 an hour minimum wage. It’s called the Stop WALMART Act, or Stop Welfare for Any Large Monopoly Amassing Revenue from Taxpayers Act.
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.
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?
This is a busy time of year for Bennett, who sells about 200 trees a year and also makes his own maple syrup. He’s owned the farm for 30 years, and has been growing trees since about 2001.
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.
The rest of the nation is demonstrating that tax cuts and the removal of costly regulations lead to economic growth and prosperity. Vermont, however, is proving that high taxes and onerous regulations lead to economic stagnation, outmigration and increased poverty.