An informational meeting for Vermonters concerned about Equity/CRT in schools will be held July 14 at the Canadian Club in Barre.
Media outlet, candidate for governor launch separate requests for paper trail between state government and Vermont’s largest abortion provider by Guy Page May 6, 2020 – In separate actions, Vermont Daily and […]
LETTER TO EDITOR: Former VT state senator sees Klar as candidate of hope, opportunity By Mark Shepard July 6, 2020 – In the race for governor, Vermonters have three very different choices. […]
At noon Friday, December 18, the final day of Chanukah, supporters of the U.S. Constitution will gather at the Vermont State House lawn for the first in a series of rallies to support the Constitution and Bill of Rights, starting with the First Amendment.
Levine, Scott advise small social gatherings – no mandate yet BY GUY PAGE ON NOVEMBER 6, 2020 Montpelier – Governor Phil Scott and Health Commissioner Mark Levine, MD, today announced an advisory on social […]
by Guy Page November 4, 2020 – After narrow Election Day wins, the Vermont Republican House Caucus now stands at 46, with two independents considered likely to vote with them on many […]
More State House candidates join Klar Koalition The number of candidates for statewide office affiliated with the gubernatorial campaign of John Klar now totals about 25 – with more to come, Klar […]
Water Cooler: Louis Porter goes electric / Banyai forms Slate Ridge non-profit / Leahy & Simone Biles / why the hospital cleaning staff matters
Almost as much as nurses and doctors, the hospital cleaning staff keep people alive. The much-traveled Louis Porter adds yet another gig to his impressive resume. And will Slate Ridge become a non-profit?
Ten Vermont legislators have sponsored a bill (H.268) to create a “Sex Work Study Committee” concerning the legalization of prostitution in Vermont. This bill strives to rewrite Vermont history via an absurdly vacuous lie that Vermont prohibited prostitution because of “white supremacist” motives.
Water Cooler: Why do people hate government? / Tea Party in St. Albans Bay? / TPUSA event ‘draws criticism’
TPUSA’s Charlie Kirk’s Critical Race Theory Tour speech planned for Burlington October 18 is taking flack from local activists. That may be a headline – but it’s not exactly news.