WPTZ TV hosted a gubernatorial debate last night. Democrat Sue Minter, Republican Phil Scott, and Liberty Union Party candidate and former Red Sox all-star pitcher Bill “Spaceman” Lee spoke on their vision for a Vermont future. And yes, Bill Lee… Continue Reading
Throughout its 40-year history, Project Censored has covered a lot of ground that the corporate mainstream media has missed. Begun by Carl Jensen, a sociology professor at California’s Sonoma State University shortly after Watergate in 1976, it’s become an endeavor… Continue Reading
NOTE: Visit www.voicesforchoice.com for detailed information and tickets re: “Vaxxed: From Cover-Up To Catastrophe” at 9 screenings around the once-and-future Republic of Vermont. Drop the phrase “vaccine choice” into casual conversation at a week-end cocktail party, and guaranteed sparks will… Continue Reading
Join WGDR radio’s Jim Hogue for a provocative interview with Rebecca Hougher exploring personal sovereignty, state secession, and independence.
The 2nd Vermont Republic stands with our indigenous Dakota friends and neighbors, and all those who continue gathering in North Dakota in peaceful opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline Project, water and earth protectors who are courageously challenging Big Oil’s… Continue Reading
Vermont’s 2016 Comprehensive Energy Plan (CEP) aims for a statewide transition to ninety percent renewable energy by 2050 while “virtually eliminating reliance on oil.” To help reach these goals, the state seeks to cut energy consumption by fifteen percent by… Continue Reading
The founding of a nation-state must decide where its powers belong. In a nation where the dichotomy of centralization and decentralization proponents exists it is confronted with black or white propositions that actually create shades of gray tugging on both… Continue Reading
Publisher’s Note: Thanks to our media friends at TowardFreedom for this book review. Reviewed: The Death of the Arab Nation and the Future of the Arab Revolution, by Vijay Prashad, University of California Press, 2016. 2011 seems like a long… Continue Reading