In light of a civil lawsuit filed last month on behalf of seven youth formerly lodged at Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center in Essex, The Rake
Ward 3 candidate Christopher-Aaron Felker has scrubbed his public image of his past extremely transphobic comments, now calling for civility and a campaign focused on “community safety,” but he has never publicly apologized or made amends for his history of hateful rhetoric.
Expensive private elite training academies may block poorer residents from competing at the Olympic level, and increased conglomeration of ski areas by large corporations has priced out many Vermont residents, preventing a majority from even enjoying snowsports recreationally.
Before Interim Burlington Police Chief Jon Murad began his career as a police officer in the NYPD (a career that deserves more scrutiny), he tried
“Dear A Leftist™, Why are there homeless people in Vermont during the winter? Why don’t they move south?” There are two tempting and connected ideas
On January 5, Governor Phil Scott stood at a wooden lectern in front of the Vermont state flag and issued his annual State of the
Senator Patrick Leahy’s announcement that he would not seek re-election in 2022 has unsurprisingly led to plenty of media attention on his career, which spanned six decades. Litigating a politician’s legacy is always en vogue, and recently both the Burlington Free Press and The Intercept took to praising Leahy’s human rights record. Despite some meaningful stances regarding global human rights, both pieces omit the senator’s actions in expanding the national security state and U.S. global military hegemony.