Vermont Woman Fired, Denied Unemployment for Refusing Vaccine, Becomes Homeless and Flees to Florida
On a visit back to the USA, the first thing that grabbed my attention was the Black Lives Matter signs posted on the lawns of people's homes.
The Vermont Climate Council continues its discussions about what they plan to do or more accurately, what they are going to force YOU to do in order to lower Vermont's greenhouse gas emissions.
A Belarusian currency speculator named Pavel Boguslavovich Belogour is buying up huge swaths of tiny Vermont--thousands of acres of the Green Mountain State, and even patches of land over the border in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act permits children as young as 11 'to consent to receive a vaccine,' with all vaccine administrators cooperating to hide the record from parents.
It was the size of a bowling ball but exploded like 440 pounds of TNT
Jim Hogue (The People's Inquiry) is part of a lawsuit suing Phillip Scott, (Vermont Governor), TJ Donovan (VT Attorney General), and Mark Levine (Commissioner of VT Dept of Health) for their Covid Protocols
Are you ready for this week's absurdity? Here's our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott is giving schools the green light to interrogate students about their Thanksgiving activities following the break.
Matt White (Trive.News) and Dave Austin (Alderman from Vermont) come on the show to discuss the corruption in Vergennes, VT
Vermont has triggered the next wave of "soft martial law" by dictating to stores that they may not sell 'nonessential' items, and then handing them a list of contraband items. Incidentally, this is the scenario that was envisioned by the orig
(Vermont) - The bill, S.212, would make such possession or use a misdemeanor punishable by a maximum of a year behind bars and a $1,000 fine.
With Giant Middle Finger Statue...Frequent Reason readers probably know that zoning regulations can be a bit...let's just say cumbersome. Over the years, we've covered countless stories about the government getting in the way of citizens building wha