Hosts/Producers Brett Gaskill and Patricia Crocker, discusses current issues with a variety of guests.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2020-07-05
Format: 2020-07-05
The Growing Liberty Movement in Vermont - 09/04/2015
Host Patricia Crocker speaks with Rep. Paul Dame (R-Chitt. 8-2) on the Rand Paul visit to Vermont on August 31st. Rep. Paul Dame is a native Vermonter living in Essex Junction with his wife and two children. He was elected to his first term in the...
Welcoming America's New Pilgrims - 08/07/2015
Host Patricia Crocker speaks with Robert Maynard, Web Editor of True North Reports, on the issues of immigration. Sponsored by
Where Do We Go From Here: What Would Booker T. Washington Do? - 07/02/2015
Host Patricia Crocker speaks with Ronald Court, President and Founder of the Booker T. Washington Society.  For more information    Show Sponsored by
2015 VT Legislative Summary - 06/05/2015
Host Patricia Crocker speaks with Rep. Don Turner (R) of Milton and House Minority Leader, on the 2015 Legislative Session.  Sponsored by
Health Care Forum and Legislative Update - 05/01/2015
Host Brett Gaskill is joined by Darcie Johnston of Vermonters for Health Care Freedom, in a discussion on the Health Care Forum sponsored by her organization in March, and Legislative issues as the session for 2015 winds down.  Sponsored by...
Are you Taxed Enough Already? Vermont's 2015 Tax Freedom Day and How to get Vermont back on a Responsible Fiscal Path - 04/03/2015
Host Patricia Crocker is joined by Dan Feliciano to discuss this timely topic.  Sponsored by Dan Feliciano is dynamic, versatile and a skilled Strategy and Transformation consultant with 20+ years experience...
If You Like Your Woodstove, You Can Keep Your Woodstove - 03/06/2015
Host Brett Gaskill shares 'current events' updates followed by a discussion on proposed legislation regarding wood stoves.  Sponsored by
In the Season of Giving, Is Government the Grinch? - 12/05/2014
Host Brett Gaskill speaks with Audrey Pietrucha, of Vermonters for Liberty on the increasing trend of cities which are making it illegal for people to feed those in need.  Sponsored by
Election Results - 11/07/2014
Host Brett Gaskill is joined by others in a conversatoin on election results.  Sponsored by
Alternatives to Government Controlled Healthcare - 10/03/2014
Host Patricia Crocker speaks Brett Gaskill, Dan Treat and Diane Tardif on their reasons and experience of choosing 'Health Saring Accounts' instead of joining Vermont Health Connect.
The Failure of Vermont Health Connect: What do we do now? - 09/05/2014
Host Patricia Crocker speaks with Dan Feliciano (L), candidate for Vermont Governor, on one of the major issues he will be addressing, healthcare. Sponsored by Green Mountain Patriots. Dan Feliciano has spent his...
A Better Way to Provide Medical Care to the Poor - 08/01/2014
Host Pat Crocker speaks with Dr. Alieta Eck on health care issues. Alieta Eck, MD (New Jersey) graduated from the Rutgers College of Pharmacy and the St. Louis University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. She studied Internal Medicine at Robert...
John McClaughry on Threats to Our Liberties - 07/02/2014
Host Brett Gaskill speaks with John McClaughry longtime president and now vice president of the Ethan Allen Institute. Vermont's very liberal Congressional delegation is all behind a push to amend the First Amendment to deny free speech to...
Cornerstones of Liberty: The 1st and 2nd Amendment - 06/06/2014
Host Brett Gaskill speaks with Moe Kinney of Vermonters for Liberty on gun rights issues. Sponsored by the Green Mountain Patriots.
Governor Shumlin - Show Us a Financing Plan! - 05/02/2014
Host Brett Gaskill speaks with Wendy Wilton, Rutland Treasurer and former Rutland County State Senator, former advisor to Vermont Small Business Development Center, on the issue of there not being a financing plan for the proposed Vermont Single...

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