The sailors’ visit includes a “welcome to Vermont” at the VFW Post 792, a BBQ picnic, and a Vermont Mountaineers baseball game. USS Montpelier sailors will march in the Montpelier parade July 3; the USS Vermont sailors will be marching in the Poultney parade July 4.[…]Event: Sailors from the USS Montpelier and USS Vermont to visit July 3 & 4 — True North Reports
This large Buffalo Bill sculpture is on a major street near the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. History of the Buffalo Bill sculpture Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney created Buffalo Bill – The Scout to honor the town’s most famous resident. The dedication took place on July 4th in 1924. Buffalo Bill Cody’s […]Buffalo Bill sculpture in Cody: Saturday Sculpture — bend branches
Our Roots, Our Present, Our Destiny The recent announcement of the discovery of a 1,600 year old Anglo Saxon cemetery near Wendover in the Chilterns should both fascinate and thrill us. For it is yet another reminder of the way our racial forefathers lived and died in the hills, forests and vales that still surround us. […]Our Roots, Our Present, Our Destiny — The Tactical Hermit
[…]Rivers don’t […] feed on nuclear energy or gorge on natural gas from the power grid. Rivers don’t ratchet up and down, forward and back, like a heart attack followed by a stroke. And rivers don’t kill their own, devour baby fish, and disappear in darkness.
But the Connecticut River in Massachusetts does. It has, daily, for half a century.
As of December, over 100 citizens had gone on the record with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, stating FirstLight Power’s Northfield Mountain Pumped Storage Station — just south of the Vermont border — must be denied a new federal license to kill. Early in June, half a dozen members of Extinction Rebellion trespassed at Northfield Mountain, hanging banners over its deadly suctioning mouth on the Connecticut River, calling for its immediate shutdown.
Northfield Mountain is the most direct-deadly, energy-wasting machine ever built on the 410-mile Connecticut River. It feeds monstrously off the river and voraciously from the New England power grid, squandering one-third more juice than it ever produces as exportable, net-power-loss, peak-priced megawatts.
It was completed in 1972, though its machinery had already been banned for a full century by the 1872 landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Holyoke Co. v. Lyman — mandating safe upstream and downstream fish passage on the Connecticut and all rivers.
Northfield’s daily killing violates federal and state law — it literally scrambles and impedes fish migration, reverses miles of flow, and outright kills juvenile and adult migrants and unaccounted for hundreds of millions of annually spawned fish eggs.[…]Karl Meyer: Extinction completion on New England’s river? — VTDigger
Environmentalists in Vermont decried a new U.S. Supreme Court decision that will limit the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate carbon emissions from power plants, though the ruling is not likely to touch Vermont’s companies and institutions.
In the United States, the energy sector makes up about a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions, and the ruling will hamstring the federal agency’s power to curb the sector’s contribution to climate change. […]Vermont environmentalists condemn latest Supreme Court ruling, though Vermont impact will be minimal — VTDigger
[…]How does the celebration of Euro-Canadian Resistance Day differ from classic Canada Day celebrations? Primarily, by acknowledging that Euro-Canadians are being reduced to a minority in our homeland by federal immigration policy, our culture and history are being steadily erased as streets and libraries are renamed, and our children are being taught to hate themselves in public schools. An acknowledgement, in other words, of reality.
But since the CEC repudiates and rejects the pessimism of the doomer mentality, we intend this celebration to nevertheless be a day of defiant joy rather than dejection, a joy that encompasses the reality of the situation European Canadians are facing rather than ignores it. Here are some suggestions for celebrations![…]Happy Euro-Canadian Resistance Day! — The Council of European Canadians
Posted BY: The Federalist There are countless reasons to celebrate the United States but most of those reasons no longer align with the leftist ideology driving the Democrat agenda. 541 more wordsLeftists Abandoned The Fourth Of July Long Before The Dobbs Decision — Nwo Report
When you look in a mirror, what do you see? Two eyes, a mouth, two shoulders, hands, legs, and feet. But you also have a mind for thinking, planning, creating, remembering, and dreaming. You own emotions such as love, hate, anger, despair; and a spirit which searches for meaning and validation. Even though you can’t […]Balancing Body, Mind, and Spirit — Dawn Pisturino’s Blog
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research “In 1934, War Plan Red was amended to authorize the immediate first use of poison gas against Canadians and to use strategic bombing to destroy Halifax if it could not be captured.” […] First approved in 1930, Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan – Red was drawn up to defend the […]Canada Day 2022: America’s Insidious Plan to Invade Canada and Bomb Montreal, Vancouver, Halifax and Quebec City (1930-39) — The Most Revolutionary Act
Six Republican candidates for a combination of statewide and national offices gathered at Valley Bible Church in Middlebury on Saturday evening to discuss the future of Vermont.[…]Six Republican candidates talk on election integrity, economic policy, and more in Middlebury — True North Reports