Rob Roper of the Ethan Allen Institute will speak on Vermont’s climate agenda at the Manchester Library.
The legislators fashioning this red-hot poker of a policy know just how painful it will be for their constituents.
The dormant commerce clause in the U.S. Constitution forbids the State of Vermont to make out-of-state fuel wholesalers buy clean heat credits.
Single-member legislative districts best promote the representation of the voter by the elected lawmaker.
The Vermont Climate Council has plans a’plenty for carbon reduction but neither the money nor the workforce to make them happen.
What’s worse than non-residents deciding local elections? State election officials who don’t understand Vermont election law or have no interest in enforcing it.
Based on bills proposed, pushed, but not passed last year, Vermonters must prepare for legislative challenges to their gun, real estate, and vehicle property rights, organizer John Klar told attendees at the FifthAmendmentFest today.
Rob Roper or John Walters on Marxism in BLM, Antifa, 1619, Extinction Rebellion – which one is right?
Well, a columnist’s gotta write about something. And anyway, this depiction of ideological plumbing was just too tempting a target for the H.L. Mencken of Vermont.