Last week’s attack on a Syrian airfield sent the clear message that 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles are worth a thousand words of dissembling from Donald Trump to distract from alleged collusion between his campaign and Russia to swing the election.
At the People’s Climate March, I will join hundreds of thousands to march against a system that exploits the Earth and its creatures, that exploits workers and engenders injustice.
The massive fighting vessel USS Carl Vinson sailed for days … in the wrong direction.
The Climate Leadership Council is trying rally global opinion leaders around a climate solution based on so-called carbon dividends.
We live segregated lives in America and here in Vermont, too. But because of that, it is hard for white people to see how racial animosity and bias traumatize members of our community.
It is far too expensive for most small businesses to afford to pay people for up to 12 weeks while they are not working.
The prize was a certificate of need, the go-ahead from the Green Mountain Care Board to build the Green Mountain Surgery Center.
In an uncertain political era full of frightening headlines, it’s all too easy for detractors to paint marijuana as the gateway drug lurking in alleyways and on street corners.
A tax of $1 per metric ton of carbon dioxide would cost less than 1 cent per gallon of gasoline and generate about $5 million per year.
Making transportation more efficient is a way to put more money in the pockets of Vermonters who need it most.
Will universal background checks eliminate gun violence? Probably not. But it will reduce it.
We are facing a spiritual crisis that will determine whether or not we can solve the environmental crisis facing us.
I would hope that I am not the only one who is bewildered by the recent announcement that Bennington’s United Counseling Services has been awarded a $1.2 million federal grant to provide child care services to families at risk in Bennington County.