Ralph Corbo

Peyton: a chance to break free from two-party stranglehold

Too often in 21st-century political elections, we are faced with the situation of voting for the lesser of two evils from the two establishment parties.

In the 2020 general election, we have seven candidates for governor and, thankfully, a chance to break away from this voting dilemma.

A chance to choose a candidate who thinks outside the box, with fresh innovative approaches to combating society's many problems from outside of the old, failed patriarchal base.

A chance with a candidate with immense energy, integrity, and compassion who seeks neither riches or fame or power and who speaks from the heart and not from the directives of a panel of public-relations advisers.

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Revenge is a dish best served cold

As expected, corporate media and the White House are pushing lies to rationalize Donald Trump's criminal act of assassination. In reality, the justifications used by the Trump administration for the murder were false. Qassem Soleimani was not planning any attacks on the U.S. or its interests in Iraq. He...

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State Legislature should not entrust adjutant general role to the executive branch

In the aftermath of the recent vote at the Statehouse, this talk being bandied about by some members of the Vermont Legislature that they should give up their power to elect the state's National Guard adjutant general over to the governor is dangerously myopic given the threatening situation taking...

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