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10-1-15 – President Xi’s Swag vs the Pope’s Black Fiat

by John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS—Both Pope Francis and China’s President visited the United States at the same time. Two men whose paths nearly intersected, but did not...

9-25-15 – Vermont Climate Scientist Admits Policy Will Have No Impact

by Rob Roper Bruce Parker of Vermont Watchdog wrote an excellent article about Vermont climate scientist, Allen Betts, regarding Betts’ signature on a letter asking the Department of...

9-24-15 – The Inequality Czar

by Chris Campion Bernie Sanders is pretty consistent on a few things.  He’s consistently wrong about policy and economics, but he’s also consistent in his messaging.  His current inequality message...

9-23-15 – Essex and Westford to Kill School Choice, Just Slowly

by John McClaughry The towns of Essex, Essex Junction and Westford are well along in planning their proposed school merger to get the tax benefits offered under Act...

9-21-15 – Kiplinger: Vermont 7th Worst for Taxes

Posted by Rob Roper The financial site, Kiplinger, recently updated its list of the ten worst states to live in for taxes. Vermont “vaulted” (their word) from ninth...