Firearms violence is much more complicated than simply banning a weapon. But there’s one ban Congress should pass in the wake of Las Vegas.
The governor could order the immediate release of approximately 50,000 of pages of documents pertaining to the EB-5 program that are still quarantined on state servers. But he has yet to do so.
Tips range from building trust to embracing change.
Many Vermonters saw the letters as threatening and designed to shake down targeted taxpayers in order to capture more of their money to balance the state budget.
Any real or perceived backtracking will damage his credibility. And once you lose credibility in politics it’s only a matter of time before you lose an election.
Neither health care consultant Jonathan Gruber nor state officials will have to answer for his questionable billing for work on Vermont’s single-payer health care project.
If racism and bigotry are left unchecked, those consumed by hate will ultimately become more volatile and more dangerous.
The Vermont State Police policies on releasing information to the public were bad and have gotten worse.
For middle-aged and older Vermonters, a higher minimum wage or a family leave program does not have the same benefit as lower taxes and a lower cost of living.
The problem for the president is that the failing Trump is quickly consuming the actions of the successful Trump.
One would hope it is inexperience combined with a lapse of common sense that led to recent actions by three Vermont officeholders, and not arrogance or entitlement.
Keeping an enemy guessing about our intentions is one thing, but keeping the American public guessing is quite another, especially when we are talking about the possibility of war.
An erosion of public confidence in the pillars of our democracy could place our entire political system in jeopardy.
A probe of his wife’s role at Burlington College and a fight with religious folks might be signs of trouble for Sanders.