Charity on June 8th, 2006

For those of you following the on-line melodrama known as, Haik’s back with a new one of his many personas. I call this one, “Haik Bedrosian – Uncensored.” It’s worth the read. Check it out.

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Charity on June 7th, 2006

For those of you who don’t know, Martha Rainville has to face an opponent in the Republican Primary before she can go on to face Peter Welch for Bernie Sanders’ open US House seat, though the Vermont GOP establishment and the media would have you think otherwise.
That opponent is Republican State Senator Mark Shepard.
This was [...]

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Charity on June 3rd, 2006

I really would like to get off the Bernie Sanders topic, but I just couldn’t resist commenting on this morning’s editorial in the Burlington Free Press. It was so apropos.
It starts our rather innocuous with such information as Bernie ran for Senate in 1970 as a candidate for the Liberty Union Party, the Senate has [...]

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Charity on June 2nd, 2006

File this under “There’s a Shocker.” The Burlington School District and the Burlington teachers union cannot agree on contract negotiations. Read the Free Press coverage here.
Burlington teachers and the district’s School Board were unable to agree on terms for a new teacher contract Wednesday night, making it more likely that both sides will have to [...]

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Charity on June 1st, 2006

Have you seen these big Bernie Sanders banners? The big red ones that say “Bernie for US Senate” and “Experience money can’t buy”?
I don’t get that whole tactic of “don’t vote for Tarrant because he has no experience.” There are like a half dozen letters to the editor daily with that line. [...]

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