I attended Ethan Allen Institute’s annual Jefferson Day Dinner last night where Governor Douglas made a special appearance to sign the Eminent Domain Bill into law before dinner started. EAI’s president John McClaughry was the driving force behind S.246.
“I don’t see either party doing anything advantageous for the population,” …Nearly 70 percent of the public believes the country is on the wrong track, a level of pessimism that rivals the nation’s sentiment in 1992…voters may be angry enough to support a third-party bid…
Libertarian farmer Alan LePage makes nightly news. Alan spoke out Tuesday night against Animal Premise ID calling it “a death sentence to small farmers.” See the full news story and video clip on WCAX.
I’m a member of NFIB (National Federation of Independent Businesses). It is a generally libertarian oriented business association/lobbying group. They have an active presence in Vermont, and have been busy this year with health care, opposing gas tax increase, and other issues. The just published the April 11 edition of NFIB/Vermont’s State House Report.
The libertarian based DownsizeDC.org is partnering with Vermonter Walter Jefferies NoNAIS.org to oppose the National Animal ID. DownsizeDC makes it easy for you to email you representatives in DC to speak out on issues.