This week, Vermont Daily has scheduled a lineup of five provocative commentaries written by thoughtful Vermonters about current issues.
I’ve been called a traitor for questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election. It’s a serious, painful charge. But is it true?
State server taken down after cyberattack. No employer-mandated vax for “many months.” Wrongway driver, six injured. Burlington council passes oil, gas heat ban.
Nothing reinforces conservatives’ negative media stereotypes more than watching news coverage of an event they attended being falsely portrayed as racist. They know they’re not racist. They know the event (say, the Support the Police rally in July) wasn’t racist. But coverage focused on one unknown person making one derogatory comment. Conclusion: The media came with an agenda.
Today’s News: School district won’t comply / Health Dept. says Irasburg church attendees should be tested / Recent News
Top Stories of the Week: Dominion in Vermont / Violent criminals don’t belong in jail, State’s Attorney says / Covid restriction opposition unpatriotic, Scott says / GOP wins 7 seats won by abortion, climate legislation backers / Burlington considers oil heat ban / BLM, Blue LIves Matter flags to fly over Barre / Understanding VT media bias
Now that Biden is our president-elect, he may well become socialism’s malleable puppetoon manipulated by the Bernies, the Pelosis, the Omars, as the Democrat Party’s media marketing partners, MSNBC and CNN. Senator Sanders has already formed a unity policy plan with the president-elect, telling NBC News that Biden “will be the most liberal president since FDR.”
Retail sales will only be allowed in communities that vote to opt-in. In other words: No marijuana retail store can open unless town voters affirmatively decide, at a warned meeting, to allow retail operations. Cultivation, testing, warehousing, and distribution are not subject to any municipal opt-in.
New restrictions on gatherings announced / Bernie wants $2000/month for ‘working class’ Americans / Pandemic impacts fuel prices / AOC uneasy
Senator and possible Labor Secretary Bernie Sanders has upped the ante on proposed stimulus payments for all Americans: he now wants the government to pay $2000 every month for every ‘working class’ American.