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This spring I turned 50, and I experienced what some might call a mid-life crisis, but which I prefer to call the Great Awakening. I'm not in crisis. But I am approaching my life with a new sense of … more
The inhumane warehousing of innocent children is only one of many society-changing maneuvers by a regime bent on turning this country into a playground for the rich and a prison for everyone else. … more
If you support a law and that law falls on you, is it still a law? I ask because when an administration sees fit to support or go quiet on what you and I inherently know is wrong only to have it come … more
When people think of Vermont, an entrepreneurial incubator site is not usually the first thing that comes to mind. Yet that is exactly what our state has the potential to be. Earlier this year, … more
Summer has finally arrived in Vermont! A chance to relax, soak up the sun, enjoy the beautiful Vermont countryside, and have as many creemees as your heart desires. However, there are some important … more
At the heart of Governor Phil Scott's government shutdown threats is a myth.It is a myth that pits working people against working people; that blocks reforms to make life easier for low- and … more
Most of us have them. Areas in our judgment or decision-making ability, or lack thereof, where we just don't seem to learn. Some men always seem to choose the wrong kind of woman, or some women are … more
For the second time, Phil Scott has vetoed the budget passed by the legislature. The original budget presented to the governor had near unanimous tri-partisan support. I do not believe that the … more
Have you noticed that people will inevitably gather in the kitchen during a party? We are social animals that crave intimacy, and proximity promotes that.My wife, Erin Maile, is a self-described … more
My column of May 31, "Rendering Assistance to Someone in Need," deeply resonated with so many readers. Due to deadline and space constraints, I streamlined the story, and left out details. I knew I … more
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