A Vermont legislator in the thick of the battle for vaccine and mask mandate freedom is also a pastor’s wife. And she has a word for Vermonters facing an uncertain 2022..
Knights of Columbus bring Nativity to State House lawn
Gather this Sunday, January 2 on the State House lawn to celebrate the Nativity and pray for Vermont.
Levine underplays heart disease accounts, says vaccine ‘extraordinarily safe’
Despite the evidence, Health Commissioner Mark Levine calls the vaccine extraordinarily safe. And doesn’t respond directly to concerns about people losing jobs because they won’t get vaccinated.
Water Cooler: take home tests hard to find / Rutland county town considers “Declaration of Inclusion” / WWII homefront was worse
As bad as 2020-21 were, the four years on the home front of WWII were worse, its veterans recall.
#3 read story of `21: Covid kills more vaxxed Vermonters than unvaxxed for third straight month (November 30)
In November, for the third month in a row, Covid-19 killed more fully vaccinated Vermont residents than unvaccinated.
#2 read story of ’21: Brattleboro first-grader vaccinated against parents’ will (Nov. 24)
School officials admit a Brattleboro first-grader was vaccinated for Covid-19 against his parents’ will.
#1 Read Story of ’21: 76% of September Covid-19 deaths are vax breakthroughs (Sept. 30)
This news story went viral: more than three-quarters of Vermont Covid-19 fatalities in September were vaccine ‘breakthrough’ cases.
Evslin: changing crops will solve VT farming woes
Changing crops is Vermont’s only hope.
Warren Buffet ignores Sanders’ call to support strike
Sanders writes a letter to Warren Bufffet demanding he stand with striking steelworkers.
2020 largest decrease ever in US crude oil production
While Texas led both in crude oil production and bankruptcies, New Mexico became second-largest oil producer in the U.S.