Arizona elections once again are in the national eye.
A letter from a U.S. senator to the Biden administration reveals that the State Department is providing passport data on 145 million Americans to police agencies.
True the Vote told the FBI the personal information of nearly two million American election workers was stored on a server in China. Now its founders are in jail for contempt of court.
Some want Vermont to be known as an abortion sanctuary state. This would make them proud.
It’s lonely being a Republican in the City of Montpelier. Just ask Gene Leon.
On Nov. 12, 2019, a dispatch by Chinese Communist party branch members at the BSL-4 laboratory appeared to reference a biosecurity breach. “Once you have opened the stored test tubes, it is just as if having opened Pandora’s Box.”
DHS ‘disinformation” collusion with Big Tech, PayPal $2500 fine for ‘misleading’ info both began years ago – and are still in effect
As it turns out, PayPal really has had a $2500 ‘misleading’ information fine in place since 2015. And Homeland Security has been fighting ‘disinformation’ on social media since 2020.
Should the Legislature make it harder to evict tenants? Or put another way – give tenants more legal protections?
A friendly note from your bank: you’ve exceeded your carbon allowance.
A 40-year-old man died Wednesday after pulling his vehicle over to the side of Rte. 105 in Sheldon.