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The golden dome that crowns Vermont's capitol building is undergoing a $2 million renovation. We're looking at what the project will accomplish with Statehouse Curator David Schutz.
The idea of “folklore” may conjure stories we tell children about mythical creatures, explanations of unique family traditions, or even mysteries of the natural world. But for Greg Sharrow, folklore was how people forged a sense of who they are.
Sharrowdedicated three decades of work with the
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to documenting, celebrating, and illuminating folklore and folk arts in Vermont. Hedied Monday, April 2.
Progressive leaders in Montpelier began the legislative session with a plan for Vermonters to pay their school taxes based on their income, rather than the value of their property. The plan failed to gain traction in both the House and Senate. We're talking with Progressive leaders about how their agenda has been received in the Statehouse this year.
What may be the best-known movie set in our state features syrup-chugging Vermont state troopers and several mustaches. Now, after 17 years, it has a sequel. We're talking to three members of the Broken Lizard comedy troupe, the stars of
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Vermont history buffs may know the name Matthew Lyon, but a Burlington singer-songwriter hopes to make the rowdy Vermont statesman more of a household name by making him the focus of a full-length musical.
College enrollment is down across New England . We're looking at how Vermont's small private and state colleges are adjusting to fewer students, rising costs, and growing competition for tuition dollars.
The Vermont Senate has given final approval to a sweeping set of new gun control measures, and Gov. Phil Scott says he will sign the , titled S. 55. We're looking at what ended up in the wide-ranging bill. Plus, we'll also look at two more bills relating to guns,
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of Florida told MSNBC on Tuesday that he supported a “purge” of the FBI and Department of Justice, to root out bureaucrats biased against President Trump.
Rooney used as justification for his radical comments the recent revelation that Peter Strzok,an FBI agent recruited by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate President Trump’s connection to Russian malfeasance during the 2016 election,
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that year. (Strzok has been removed from the investigation by Mueller.) Rooney also took issue with the fact that FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe’s wife received campaign donations from Terry McAuliffe, a friend of the Clintons, when she ran for state senate in 2015.
These wafer-thin pretexts for discrediting Mueller’s investigation, and the FBI and Department of Justice in general, have become de rigueur for President Trump — who continues to
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. The now-constant attacks on the agency have already had some effect. James Baker, a lawyer linked to former FBI director James Comey and GOP target, was nike free run mens 3 v 4839
last week. McCabe announced his retirement effective next year, though the move was seen as expected.
During his appearance on Tuesday, Rooney again toed the party line when he rattled off a list of nonexistent scandals that he thinks the FBI should be investigating,including “the Clinton Foundation” and “Uranium One” —all coincidentally linked to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
“People need a good, clean goverment,” he continued, perhaps momentarily forgetting who is currently president .
“That’s a pretty broad brush you’re painting with,” MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson said, questioning whether Rooney was trying to tarnish the entire Department of Justice, and by extension Robert Mueller’s investigation.
“No, I don’t want to discredit them,” Rooney said. “I just, I would like to see the directors of the agencies purge it and say, look, we’ve got a lot of great agents, a lot of great lawyers here. Those are the people I want the American people to see and know the good work’s being done, not these people who are kind of the deep state.”