Watchdog Podcast: At the Races — Carson, Fiorina, Sanders and other underdogs in 2016 presidential field
In this episode, hosts Ben Yount and Eric Boehm discuss the latest round of entrants into the 2016 presidential field.
Can outsiders like Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina make a mark on the GOP field? Will Sen. Bernie Sanders force Hilary Clinton to move to the left in the Democratic primary?Read More →
Ice cream is wonderful.
Beer is wonderful (as long as you’re at least 21 years old, of course).
Putting them together? Well, maybe not the most obvious of flavor combinations, but I guess I’d be willing to give it a shot.Read More →
A gun control bill that began as universal background checks on firearm purchases has morphed into a controversial measure about stigmatizing mentally ill Vermonters.Read More →
A backlash over statewide school consolidation is under way in Vermont as members of the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union Board sent a letter to state officials this week expressing united opposition to H.361.Read More →
A plan for statewide school consolidation is only days old in Vermont, but already it’s sowing frustration and panic among leaders who would be charged with implementing the plan in Windham County.Read More →
Despite one lawmaker’s valiant effort to preserve local control over schools in Vermont, the state House on Wednesday voted 88-55 to force districts to merge into 1,100-student pre-K-12 education systems, or to have the Agency of Education do it for them.Read More →