“If we’re going to lower the temperature of our politics, we have to lower the stakes of politics. Politics permeates absolutely too much,” George Will said.
Video: Strange bedfellows in $8.5 billion budget veto battle
In addition to the budget, bills that (Cutler said) could be vetoed include underage voting in Brattleboro. ranked choice voting, the legislative pay hike, universal school meals, and a gun control bill.
McGuinness: VTDigger falls short on investigative journalism integrity
VTDigger has presented a biased perspective on gender-affirming industry ‘shield laws,’ H.89 and S.37, into law on May 10th by Governor Scott.
Warner: In New Hampshire, Donald Trump breaks CNN…again
I decided to watch the Louder With (Steven) Crowder coverage and play along to the drinking game with a nice Temperanillo and cigar.
Dem Senator slams journalistic integrity of True North
I don’t recommend True North Reports as a source for journalistic integrity,” the junior senator from Windham County told a Burlington resident this week.
‘Force of nature’ takes on vax & climate mandates
Despathy is perhaps Vermont’s most outspoken opponent of the hypocrisy of equity advocates supporting S.5, the climate reduction bill that adversely punishes poor rural Vermonters and rewards a renewable energy industry benefiting from horrific third world mining of essential metals.
Roper: VT media lost control of the narrative on S.5
Vermont’s news media are rattled and upset. They lost control of the narrative on S.5, the Affordable Heating Act.
Vermont girls’ hoop team stand against transgender sports goes viral on Twitter
Culture commentator Jordan Peterson saw the news about a Quechee girls team forfeiting against a team with a 6’4″ trans center, and tweeted “it’s about time” to his 3.7 million followers.
Digging deep for all of the State of Vermont’s EB-5 scandal records
Let us see all the EB-5 records, a Vermont media organization today asked the Vermont Supreme Court.
Defense lawyer gets acquittal of police officer charged with assault, takes media to task
A Vermont news service wrote a ‘just the facts, ma’am’ report on a court clearing a St. Albans police officer of assault charges. His defense lawyer, however, had more to say.