Our America – Of Thee I Sing!
What have the pandemic restrictions done to our children? And why is talking about it taboo? Meg Hansen interviews expert Anna Runkle.
The crowd in front of the Montpelier post office is usually protesting some American government policy. Not today…..
Our readers weren’t happy to hear the Village of Essex Junction has fired an 18-year-old lifeguard for speaking out against Critical Race Theory. First Amendment, anyone?
A handful of Vermonters gathered last month to produce a video re-enactment of the Constitutional Convention. In “Article V – Why a Convention of States,” things get hairy after the Founding Fathers are granted a look into the future about the pitfalls and temptations of unrestrained Big Government.
BY GUY PAGE ON NOVEMBER 12, 2020 • ( LEAVE A COMMENT ) When it costs too much to be a landlord, just be homeless. In her latest satire documentary, Burlington landlord, “Generally Irritable” video series producer, […]
Runoff control, in-lake aeration credited August 10, 2020 – Ongoing phosphorus reduction in and around Lake Carmi in agricultural Franklin County in 2019 moved the popular recreational lake almost halfway to its […]
Must-see video! Chelsea Ferland debuts as ballot-stuffing little old lady by Guy Page August 5, 2020 – Episode 25 of the acclaimed Vermont policy video series ‘Travels with Charlie’ takes on the […]
by Guy Page Feb. 27, 2020 – Ed Larson, professional forester and lobbyist for the Vermont Forest Productions Association, describes in this Vermont Daily Chronicle video about the powerful economic impact and […]
Sometimes all it takes to understand one of Vermont’s most perplexing economic problems is a room full of drums. It’s not every day you see two gray-haired economic experts like Art Woolf […]