Large corporations and the federal government are moving to the public cloud in a huge way. Why isn’t the state of Vermont?
Although there has been an almost permanent “peace process” involving the Israelis and Palestinians, what has dominated the decades is the endless cycle of attacks and reprisals.
After releasing a fish in a pool, a patient fisher finds a comfortable spot to sit while waiting for the pool to recuperate and fish to begin feeding again. While hanging out, all kinds of interesting things happen.
With global budgeting, Vermont can achieve significant immediate health care savings by fundamentally changing the way we pay for hospital and other related services.
The inability of Vermont’s House of Representatives to push through wholesale, centrally mandated school district consolidation has presented us with an opportunity to restate a basic Vermont value: local voices matter.
Israel and Palestine are engaged in an asymmetrical war of occupation and resistance.
Imagine being able to heat water, buildings and greenhouses using energy captured from compost without buying or burning any fuel.
As a candidate for Congress I am compelled by a deep sense of ethical responsibility to speak on behalf of the Palestinian people.
Vermonters should be asking, “Can’t we find a better model that gives children more value from a given amount of tax dollars?”
The “heroes” of the new millennium must clearly grasp the urgency of the climate crisis and be ready to take important steps to address it.
If we are truly concerned with our environmental footprint, then Vermont must pay attention to how our imported power is generated, and conserved.
The gravity of our current perilous condition is enough to give even a hard-nosed old reporter a sense of impending doom.
We’re pleased to announce that starting in July, we’ll be transforming our guarantee process to better serve America’s entrepreneurs.