Fuel dealers could provide a useful educational service to the senators who sponsored S.5, the Affordable Heating Act.
Opinion: VPA booting Mid-Vermont Christian School ‘reprehensible’
The VPA’s rejection of Mid-Vermont Christian was reprehensible and also predictable, given VPA’s despisal of the “traditional” (i.e. biblical) definition of gender. There are two, in case you’re wondering.
Letters: Heat pumps almost tripled power bill / Biden an aspiring global dictator / VT GOP nat’l committeeman criticized
Heat pump reality – cold and expensive – set in for a Richford couple….Zelensky kicking back 10% to the big guy?…More pro-life consistency sought from VT rep to GOP national committee.
Your letters: Abortion issue can never be over / View from Montpeculiar
Anna Gagne of Swanton says no matter what Montpelier does, the fight to end abortion will never be over. And MM from Montpeculiar wonders about those speeding, cell-phone talking lawmaker/motorists he views around the Capitol City.
Opinion: Denying tuition to religious schools ‘petty, close-minded’ / Unshoveled churches / Tax money helping China build manufacturing in U.S.A
If Rice and others forfeit tuition vouchers for including religion in their curriculum, why can the public schools teach woke?
Letters: You first, woke legislators / Dollar devaluation looms / lamenting the lost libraries
For every bill or proposal you want to force on Vermonters, the first step must be for you to comply immediately, even before the law is passed. Lead the way!
Citizens push back against teacher takeover of public school curriculum, infringement on gun rights
A farmer from the islands and a retired doctor in Derby show how citizen advocacy is done.
Letters: Public school trends unacceptable
A young Milton man decides to run for his local school board, amid concerns about educators – not parents or school boards – deciding what shall be taught.
Letters: WW3 will make us forget climate change
Patriotism and propaganda can and will blind even intelligent people.
Opinion: House holdouts overcame both mob rule and Pelosi’s top-down approach
The House holdouts won out against the tyranny of the one and tyranny of the many.