The bar is getting lower to the ground by the day, but certain members of the United States Senate are showing great aptitude for slithering under it. And they need not have strong legs or great flexibility. They need only to be themselves.
It has been an honor and privilege to be given space on the editorial pages of five Vermont media publications. I have done my best to respect the commitment I made.
Sen. Leahy does his best to work in a bipartisan fashion and makes it clear that he cares for people and issues more than politics. Now that he is retiring, we should continue working for the improvement of global health programs.
Why I adore Camille Paglia, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tulsi Gabbard, and a normal, typical American of the greatest generation who battled private demons.
Millions of us are already involved and have already racked up more than 100 victories in cities and states across America. But millions more of us need to join in, and that’s why I’m inviting you to join us.
All it takes is for us to help or mentor one family, be truthful and forceful in protecting those who need our help and understanding, and our lives will count for something.
I think we stopped listening to each other a long time ago and planted walls that keep us in separate corners on issues of fairness and justice.
We live by the lake and parks because we love playing or swimming or hiking, having fun amidst noise and music emanating from outdoor concerts, nearby breweries and the park.
It is my hope that state Fish & Wildlife Departments, including Vermont’s, will require only non-lead shot for hunting in the near future. The science is out there.
As the temperature ticks up, nudging my dwindling tolerance, the realization that I don’t need a park because I pretty much live in a park leaves no avenue for complaint.