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One of my favorite events of the year is the White House Correspondents Dinner. Mainly because I love me some political satire! I especially love it when it's delivered at eye level, and by that I … more
I was coming out of a thrift store when I heard someone call out, "Aren't you the guy on TV?" followed by, "Hey, what are you doing shopping in a thrift store?" Good question. I answered it there and … more
We use teeth to describe figuratively many of life's experiences. For example, beginners cut their teeth on a project to get experience. To salvage a lagging effort, we put some teeth into it. We … more
Much is said about Small Business woes in America. I have online competition but Amazon is not killing me. Foot traffic is way down though. The sidewalks are icy or snow covered much of the year. … more
As we near the celebration of Arbor Day on the first Friday in May, we have been thinking about the many ways our forests are important to the general well-being of the State of Vermont. The facts … more
Way back in the summer of 1973 my father hired my friend Sean and I to paint the exterior of our home in Larchmont, N.Y. During our lunch breaks we were riveted by the Watergate hearings on live TV. … more
As the commissioner of the Department of Labor and the former owner of a small gas station and convenience store, the conversations on minimum wage are something I've followed and evaluated closely … more
Thank you, Brent Regan, for presenting the case for reducing our consumption of animals to help heal our dear planet. Prior to attending a life-changing event in 2016, I was an avid supporter of … more
We probably shouldn't hold our breath but we can hope that we have seen the last of the snow for awhile. We had a lot of weird storms this year that required commitment and patience on the part of … more
This is the time of year when the gardeners among us begin to get itchy and start planting some of the more hardy vegetables such as peas and onions. But the first three weeks of April have been less … more
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