Gov. Peter Shumlin’s first priority following Paris seems to be exploiting the tragedy for political gain and bullying his opponents.
Our state is full of educators who quietly go above and beyond to support our children, knowing that if they don’t, nobody will.
Each and every day, millions of Americans face the uncertainty of not knowing when they and their families will have their next meals.
In the past few weeks, two of the architects of Gov. Shumlin’s energy policies acknowledged that the policies will have no impact on climate change.
It costs a staggering $62,000 per year to lock up an inmate in Vermont.
Suppose voters, in choosing to create a unified district, were allowed to choose to make it an “Educational Freedom District.” Here’s where things get interesting.
Wouldn’t it be better to think big and figure out how to reduce our carbon use and plan for this inevitable future rather than to hold on to oil, gas, and coal to the bitter end?
The corn ethanol lobby is busy jockeying for unfettered access to its favorite federal subsidy.
America very much needs leaders who have the knowledge to understand the complexities of the Middle East.
Vermont has a proud and compassionate history of welcoming refugees.
The city of Montpelier is sitting at a fork in the road, and it needs to take it.
We can do better helping Vermonters in need.
The misinformation coming out of the mouths of Vermont Republicans plays to the lowest form of politics.