Republicans stand an excellent chance of winning this coming November, because for years the Democratic party has been hemorrhaging support from the white working class and is now losing support from Latino, Black and Asian workers as well.
A picture emerges of certain types of people at the control of the communist engine, starting with its authors and culminating with its executors.
At one point during the kidnapping, the informant had a knife held to his throat while he was tied up, cut on his cheek by a razor blade, hit over the head by a bottle, and burned by a heated-up fork.
The Global Commitment demonstration increases Vermonters’ access to health care services, strengthens the health care system, and supports health care providers recovering from disruptions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, state officials say.
Antlerless deer permit applications are available online now.
Addison County’s elected sheriff has been arrested for sexual assault on a 35-year-old woman with whom he was living in March.
At a July 6 candidate forum, the Chittenden County state’s attorney supported by George Soros will face questions about the increase of violent crime and shoplifting.
A carpenter and Republican candidate for a Lamoille County House seat wants a Vermont where people can flourish economically with a strong infrastructure and the least amount of government intrusion into people’s lives.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has seems to be taking a dim view of non-citizen voting, the City of Winooski wants a judge to throw out a GOP lawsuit against its non-citizen voting charter change.
Current and former state senators have been silent about the Night of Shattered Glass at the Vermont State House.