Watch Libertarian Chittenden county state senate candidate Loyal Ploof participating in the Channel 17 debate this week. Here is the full debate:
Posts written by various volunteers of the Vermont Libertarian Party
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 13, 2018 Gun control in the Green Mountains destroys centuries of Vermont tradition. As a freshly sworn-in Governor a year and a half ago, Governor Scott promised: I’m going to do everything I can to protect the rights of all Vermonters and the human rights of all people — that includes standing […]
If you are a non-born American, you probably felt something very few American borns won’t, the taste of freedom. I felt it the moment I stepped foot in this land, more than 20 years ago. I describe it as being similar to the feeling an ex convict gets after being considered innocent from a crime […]
Vermont Libertarian Party Assistant Treasurer
Henrique Cezar, associate professor of Business & Economics at Johnson State College. Born and raised in Brazil, Henrique moved to the United States in 1995 to complete his studies. During the Internet Boom of the 1990s, Henrique worked as a stock trader. He was a certified trader from NYSE and NASDAQ. Henrique has also worked as a financial consultant for Price Waterhouse Coopers, where he assisted new business ventures.
Henrique speaks four languages, and he has lived and worked in three different countries and visited more than 30 countries on four continents. In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer, hiking, cooking and traveling.
More info: http://www.jsc.edu/directory/henrique-cezar
Vermont Senate committee has given the go ahead to the legislation to increase the state minimum wage to $15 an hour over a 6-year period. Many believe this will help cut the wage differences between the rich and poor, while giving the poor a chance to save money and help their families. This method is […]
Kenneth Douglas Chandler married to an amazing women, expecting first child later this year. Ken was born in the lakes region of NH, and moved to Vermont in 2012. In 2017, Ken and his wife bought a house in Windsor county. Ken is a former activist against the police state and government control. While not to active in these days he still supports local groups. Ken decided to help and join VTLP because he feels Vermont is great and will continue to be great, as long as we the people keep the state reps in check. Other side groups include: lrn.fm, freekeene, the shire, and freetalklive.com. Contact Ken by Email: [email protected].