As you may have heard, Vermont Tiger held a symposium today entitled: Entrepreneurs or Entitlements: the future of Vermont’s economy.
Panelist, and editor-at-large of vermonttiger.com, Art Woolf clarified what is meant by “entrepreneurs” in that title as “market solutions to public policy problems.”
The symposium featured addresses by national personalities David Audretsch, Amity Shlaes, and P.J. O’Rourke. [...]
Like some of you, I just received an e-mail from Christian Avard, aka Brattlerouser, about a lawsuit filed, in part, against iBrattleboro.
In it, he linked to an article in the Brattleboro Reformer about the suit.
The gist is that someone said something about someone else in a comment on iBrattleboro, so iBratt is named in the [...]
Well, I decided to quit the NaNoWriMo. I just got too far behind. I have to get up early in order to write and I just haven’t been able to. I hurt my back pretty badly, then I got a mean sore throat, complete with dizziness. I did not even get [...]
The podcast of Friday’s show with Retta Dunlap from Vermonters for Better Education is up.
On the show I mentioned that the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf was in urgent need of turkeys. I was supposed to post the contact information for donations. I hope anyone who needed it was able to find it, but [...]
She’s Right is on Channel 17 (Greater Burlington Area) tomorrow (Friday) at 5:25 PM with guest Retta Dunlap, Executive Director of Vermonters for Better Education.
And don’t forget about the Vermont Tiger symposium: Entrepreneurs or Entitlements: the future of Vermont’s economy.
(Personally, I vote for entrepreneurs, but we’re just like that. The other day my [...]
It pains me to watch the number of visitors to this site fall so dramatically, but I just can’t post right now. See, a while ago, I informed you all, dear readers, that I was going to do NaNoWriMo.
Well, it started out well, but life got in the way, as it always does, and [...]
For all you Burlington area readers, She’s Right is on Channel 17 this Friday, live at 5:25 PM.
My guest will be Retta Dunlap, Executive Director of Vermonters for Better Education.
As always, this is a live call-in program, and the audio podcast will be available next week.
For more info about the show, click on the [...]
I had a couple of good post topics, but unfortunately, I fell yesterday and did something really bad to my foot. I can’t say what because, having sprained, fractured, and otherwise hurt my feet and ankles literally more than a half-dozen times in as many years, I know that there is little that can [...]
Governor Douglas is already on his way to his next victory. Looks like the left intends to hand this one to him.
Vermont Tiger has the scoop.
The toy, Aqua Dots, has been recalled. This is serious.
The toy beads are sold in general merchandise stores and over the Internet for use in arts and crafts projects. They can be arranged into designs and fused when sprayed with water.
Scientists say a chemical coating on the beads, when ingested, metabolizes into the so-called date [...]