When you give something to people and require no payback of any sort, you dehumanize them. You create an imbalanced relationship. People must have a measure of responsibility and investment in their own lives.
Klar: Is the Randolph locker room dispute settled?
The dishonesty displayed by Vermont’s extremist Woke-ists has been on full, possibly libelous display in the Blake Allen case.
Roper: Higher home heating fuel prices are just the beginning
Vermont’s supermajority just put Vermont on the path to significantly higher home heating fuel, despite the veto of Governor Phil Scott. But don’t expect the controversy to end there.
For second time, Burlington mayor to seek City Council OK of police chief
“Burlington needs and deserves a strong and reliable leader in our Police Department and we have been fortunate to have one in Chief Jon Murad for the last three years,” said Mayor Miro Weinberger.
Gassett: Will Brattleboro elected officials enable Vermont’s lawless lawmakers?
Vermont Bill H-386 is seeking to reduce the Vermont Constitutional Requirements of the voting age in Brattleboro.
VT Headlines: Welch outlines cost of national default for Vermonters
Balint calls decision to send lawmakers home ‘dangerous’; Deadline looming for those in emergency hotel program; Newport community members rally behind recently resigned mayor
Joe Biden Doubles Down on Globalism at G7: U.S. Will ‘Not…Decouple From China’
Oversight Chair Comer prepared to hold FBI Director Wray in contempt over Biden bribery document; U.S. officials believe Ukrainians attacked Kremlin; The Woke Cartel and Twitter’s New CEO
Roper: Analyzing the media bias in Clean Heat Standard coverage
An in depth look at how reporters mislead citizens to promote a political agenda.
Finnie: Hunters, anglers led historic restoration of Vermont wildlife
Sportsmen, and women, and the Fish and Wildlife Department have brought this renewable resource to where it is today, since it was all almost wiped out by land clearing for farming in the mid to late 1800s.
VT Headlines: Hard frost threatens crops and the farmworkers
Barre City officials prepare for end of hotel housing program; Foodbank celebrates upgrades with open house; Green Mountain Transit to resume fare collection next year