U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has issued new policy guidelines on how, when and why it will subpoena, execute search warrants, and arrest members of the U.S. news media.
Phil Scott fumer-in-chief over low ratings for Jan. 6 hearing TV coverage
“We have what, 330 million people in the country, and I believe we only had 19 million watching,” Gov. Phil Scott said of live coverage of the House investigation into the events of Jan. 6.
With chutzpah and no capital, Galloway made Digger a success
Thirteen years after starting her entrepreneurial tour de force, VTDigger founder Anne Galloway is stepping back from the daily grind and stepping more often into her garden.
James O’Keefe tells the Veritas at Dartmouth
Mainstream media reporting on Project Veritas is the journalistic equivalent of the fox telling you its thoughts on the farmer’s dog.
Has VTDigger been paid for Prop 5 freebie? Anti Prop 5 group wants to know
Has VTDigger kept its promise to seek payment for a freebie ad it gave to a pro-Prop 5 group?
What’s going on with the Vermont media? Two veteran journos discuss
Two longtime Vermont news reporters discuss the current state of journalism in the Green Mountain State.
Bernie, you still alive? New owner of Twitter keeps forgetting
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Elon Musk have a history of tangling on Twitter. Now the Tesla owner is the biggest stockholder in the social media platform.
The Babylon Bee’s Man of the Year is Rachel Levine
Read the ‘Man of the Year’ post that (finally) got fake news satire website Babylon Bee kicked off of Twitter.
VT Digger admits mistake in $1000 advertising donation to pro-abortion group
VT Digger donated $1000 in pro-Prop 5 advertising the day before the Vermont House approved the constitutional amendment protecting unrestricted access to abortion.
Another Vermont conservative speech venue ‘canceled’ – and a new venue found
Opponents are trying to ‘cancel’ outspoken conservatives in Vermont by pressuring their venue hosts.