Tag Archives: Angelo Lynn

Op - Ed
January 23, 2019

Grateful for state’s politics?

By Angelo Lynn As political partisanship reaches an all-time high in the country (recent studies show the nation’s two major political parties have never been further apart in terms of…

Op - Ed
November 21, 2018

Revising ‘ the Dream ’

By Angelo Lynn A generation or so ago, the American Dream was writ large in our cultural DNA. Symbolically, the dream came to mean owning an adequate house, having a…

Op - Ed
October 17, 2018

A backcountry opportunity

By Angelo Lynn The new backcountry hut recently built at Chittenden Brook campground on the east side of Brandon Gap is more than a story about a few hikers and…

Op - Ed
August 29, 2018

Will Trump drown in the swamp he created?

By Angelo Lynn Not since President Richard Nixon has the United States faces the prospect of indicting a sitting president, and not since Nixon has a sitting president been implicated…

Op - Ed
July 25, 2018

A matter of civic pride

By Angelo Lynn Here’s a challenge for Vermont residents: Find an area dedicated to public use that needs cleaning up and work out a way to get it done. Why do…

Op - Ed
May 23, 2018

Rep.Welch slams farm bill

By Angelo Lynn Republicans in Congress said the tax cuts passed earlier this year would do great things for the economy and help individual Americans. While most Americans were opposed…

Op - Ed
May 16, 2018

Gov. Scott’s line in the sand

By Angelo Lynn Gov. Phil Scott’s line-in-the-sand mantra not to raise a single tax or a single fee has made politics in Vermont’s capital more strident, divisive and unruly. The irony…

Talking tennis with Andrew Chmura
Sports
August 16, 2017

Talking tennis with Andrew Chmura

Submitted Andrew Chmura By Angelo Lynn The last time Vermont was host to a major professional tennis tournament was a decade ago, in 2007. It was the Fed Cup semifinals…

Opinion
May 11, 2017

$26 million savings is too much for Dems to ignore

By Angelo S. Lynn In Vermont, Democratic legislators must carefully consider (and reconsider) a late-in-the-session move by Gov. Phil Scott that could potentially save taxpayers $26 million annually in education…