This week the News and Citizen carried a questionnaire given to me and my opponent. I appreciated the opportunity to share my answers. What I did not appreciate was the way the News and Citizen shielded my opponent from the most difficult question, “What qualifies you to be in the Vermont House of Representatives?” Not only are they not covering this … Continue reading My Opponent’s Lack of Experience
Many moms ask their reckless children, “If everyone jumped off a cliff would you follow?” “Of course not!” is the answer. And yet it seems that Vermont Democrats and Progressives are determined to follow California’s proven bad example. California is shrinking in population. From 2000 to 2020, California had a net loss of 2.6 million people … Continue reading While California Jumps Off a Cliff Should Vermont Follow?
Wonder why so many people are interested in probiotics? It’s because a healthy body starts with a healthy gut. Our guts regulate so many aspects of how the body works that some doctors have gone so far as to call the gut our “second brain.” A healthy gut needs diverse, beneficial species of gut flora to keep … Continue reading We Need A Good Dose of Republican/Libertarian Probiotics!
What led to a man approaching me in an angry and threatening way while I was campaigning? Lies and accusations posted on social media surrounding my written opposition to Drag Queen Story Hour at my local library. On September 22, 2017 I posted the following on Front Porch Forum: “Drag Queen Story Hour is an atrocity that … Continue reading The Drag Queen Story Hour Distraction
He leaned over me and screamed, “People like you have no f***ing right to be heard!” By now, many of you have heard that I was verbally assaulted and threatened at the Lamoille County Transfer station while attempting to give out free coffee and meet potential constituents. The details of the incident can be read here. I … Continue reading He Leaned Over Me and Screamed
Over the past few years, I have been raising pastured poultry for my family and friends. I have always enjoyed caring for livestock, and tending to pastured meat birds isn’t particularly hard work. All it requires is time and commitment. At the end of eight weeks we spend a long day butchering the birds. We … Continue reading Butchering Chickens: Work and Reward
A few weeks ago, the Libertarian Party approached me with their desire to nominate me as a fusion candidate. They did not ask me to embrace their entire platform. They simply felt that I was a candidate they could support. After careful consideration, I accepted their nomination and will now be listed as a Republican/Libertarian … Continue reading Fusion Candidate