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Federal rulemaking slowed dramatically in 2017, with the Trump administration issuing two-thirds fewer regulations in its first year (1,136) than both Presidents Barack Obama (3,356) and George W. Bush (3,927). more

The Vermont Eagle

Free electricity from the Sun has been a dream for decades. more

The Vermont Eagle

A recent op-ed by Sabrina Melendez, a self-described climate activist and student at Bennington College, leaves one’s mouth agape, wondering if the author actually expects anyone to buy what she’s saying about the carbon tax... more

The Vermont Eagle

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STONY CREEK | How U.S. citizens are resisting governmental restrictions in order to retain their homes, businesses and land rights is the theme of the 21st annual conference of the Property Rights Foundation of America. more

The Sun

It’s amazing to me how much time, energy and money is being wasted on this Paris Accord issue of global warming in hopes of changing temperature by less than 1 degree 80 years from now as if that’s the biggest problem we face. more

Letters to the Editor

Our Sun’s spell-check shrank CO-2 100-fold and Mr. Pagano’s pouncing highlit how tiny a trace gas it is. more

Letters to the Editor

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WASHINGTON, D.C. —  Sun, signs and sights: Reflections on the People’s Climate March more

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About 400 years ago, in 1609, Henry Hudson explored the Hudson River. more

Letters to the Editor

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ESSEX — First-ever event will see world-class experts aid local farmers in climate resiliency techniques more

The Sun

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First debate a sedate affair that sees candidates discussing trade, economy, veterans issues — and creepy clowns more

The Sun

It’s raining as I write this, Monday, Aug. 1. Finally, we are getting a rain event that lasts longer than ten minutes. We need the rain badly. The farmers need it for their crops and the fish need it to raise the stream levels and cool the waters. more

Community Columnists

Let me respond to just two of the many charges —about my recent commentary in the Vermont Eagle—made by Pittsford’s self-promoted “leading climate scientist” Alan Betts in a letter to the Eagle. more

Letters to the Editor

John Pratt’s lovely picture (and the planet) Mercury transiting the face of the Sun shows more than just a wonderful image helping us appreciate the order of planets and our place in the Solar System. more

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PITTSFORD — As more than a dozen states investigate energy companies over an alleged global warming coverup, Vermont RICO 20 professor Alan Betts says backers aren’t engaged in an anti-free-speech witch hunt. more

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MIDDLEBURY — Addison County author Terry AmRhein is well known to many avid newspaper readers. more

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