Tag Archives: op-ed

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
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…

Op - Ed
October 11, 2017

Now’s the time for soil testing

By Daryle Thomas Once you know where you are, it’s easy to get to where you want to be. And that, dear reader, is why you need to test your…

Op - Ed
October 11, 2017

Vermont is not wavering on clean water

By Julie Moore Despite the Scott administration’s commitment to restoring Vermont’s waterways and funding clean water initiatives, recent news stories have contained inaccurate information and given the false impression that…

Op - Ed
October 4, 2017

Election reform is about more than fraud

By Lee Hamilton A dozen years ago, the preface to a report on federal election reform began with these words: “Polls indicate that many Americans lack confidence in the electoral…