The Woodchuck Report – 7-13-08 – Topics include Moran Plant redevelopment update, Vermont tax holiday, Burlington increases parking fees, What to do with sex offenders?, Vermont doctors receiving funds from drug companies, Shooting case ruled self defense, Vermont increases limit of raw milk purchases, and more…
Vermont is said to be sitting on over $42 Million in abandoned/ unclaimed property (uncashed certified checks/money orders, dormant bank accounts, and refunds) that are never redeemed.
Below is JibJab’s Time for Some Campaignin’ video about the 2008 election season featuring George Bush, Barack Obama, John McCain and Hillary Clinton…
Ron Paul’s latest blog entry Personal Freedoms and the Internet addresses the concerns he, as well as most libertarians, have regarding legislation like the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act.
Great news! The Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 to strike down the DC 32 year old ban on handguns.
The Bob Barr campaign has released a new video that is a video montage of statements Obama and McCain have said regarding different issues along with statements Barr have said and how he is different from both of them.
The Woodchuck Report – June 2008 edition, now online. Covered Hemp Bill, Al Jazeera/ Burlington Telecom controversy, H2B Visas, peak oil, Vermont and national Libertarian Party news, energy news, Vermont ballot access.
A new website by Ross Perot has been launched called PerotCharts.com. The website is developed to provide accurate financial information about the country. Perot addresses the serious finanical problems facing the country through various charts and a full presentation.
The Woodchuck Report is a new tv show on Channel 17. The show is hosted by two local Libertarians, Bonnie Scott and Ruel Wheelock. The show runs monthly, the second Friday of the month. They have done two shows so far and a new show is comes out today, 6/13. Scott and Wheelock explore the Libertarian view of local and national politics on the show.
This year mark the 3rd anniversary of the US Supreme Court’s decision to take Susette’s Kelo’s home in New London, Connecticut, through eminent domain in order to be handed over to a private developer.