Woodchuck Report

Producer

Bonnie Scott

Description

Local Libertarian, Varpilah Chase, hosts this monthly call-in show.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-03-19
Format: 2019-03-19
Town Meeting Day Recap - 03/08/2019
During this episode, host Varpilah Chase gives you a closer look at the exact and final results of Town Meeting Day for Chittenden County and the surrounding areas.
The Gold Standard, Mecantilism, Balanced Trade and Fair Trade - 01/11/2019
Host Varpilah Chase discusses topics including the Gold Standard, mecantilism, balanced trade and fair trade.
The Deficit, Free Trade, Fertility Rates, and More - 12/14/2018
Host Varpilah Chase discusses the deficit, free trade, the rise of China and decline of America, the fertility rate, and the economy.
Post-Election Results - 11/09/2018
Varpilah goes over the results of the 2018 midterm elections.
Autarky and the Commons - 09/14/2018
Host Varpilah Chase discusses autarky (national economic self-sufficiency and independence) and the tragedy of the commons.
Tariffs R' Us Part 2 - 08/10/2018
Host Varpilah Chase talks about the latest round of tariffs.
Tariffs R' Us - 07/30/2018
Host Varpilah Chase discusses the recent costly tariffs implemented on overseas goods and what they are.
A Legislative Update - 06/08/2018
Host Varpilah Chase discusses a bill to attract remote workers, local testimony for the Act 46 school consolidation bill, disagreements over the state budget, and other topics.
TPP, Syria, and North Korea - 05/11/2018
Local Libertarian Varpilah Chase discusses the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), Syria, North Korea, and several local bills (some currently going through the legislature and some having already gone through).
Civil Liberties and Territorial Jurisdiction - 04/13/2018
Local Libertarian Varpilah Chase discusses Vermont's new drug laws (S.55) and national trade tariffs. The S.55 law "proposes to expand Vermont’s territorial jurisdiction over prohibited regulated drug sales."
National Gun Control Debate - 03/09/2018
Local Libertarian Varpilah Chase discusses new laws possibly implemented by our local legislature and our governor's take on the current national gun control debate and what his plans are for Vermont. WoodChuck Report on Facebook Upcoming Events...
Marijuana Legislation in Vermont and Net Neutrality - 01/12/2018
Special Guest-Host Varpilah Chase discusses the marijuana legalization bill that was just passed in the Vermont House and Senate as well as the future of net neutrality after the recent change of status for Internet Service Providers by the Federal...
Until Taxes Do Us Part - 12/08/2017
Special Guest-Host Varpilah Chase discusses local, regional, and national affairs from a Libertarian Party perspective. He covers the new state carbon tax, the GOP tax bill in both the House and Senate, supply-side versus demand-side economics, and...
Varpilah Chase Updates on Drug Policy and the U.S. Senate Tax Bill - 11/10/2017
Special Guest-Host Varpilah Chase is joined by Bonnie Scott via phone to discuss local, regional, and national affairs from a Libertarian Party perspective. They talk about news updates involving drug policy, the outlines of the new U.S. Senate tax...
Vermont Policy and Libertarian Candidates - 10/13/2017
Bonnie Scott hosts her monthly live program from a Libertarian Party perspective. She discusses Vermont candidates running for the 2018 gubernatorial race as well as other political issues and events of note. WoodChuck Report on Facebook Upcoming...

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Leahy, Sanders And Welch Back Legislation To Restore Net Neutrality

In a joint statement, Leahy, Sanders, and Welch said: “A free and open internet is essential to our economy, a free flow of ideas, creativity, and participatory democracy. The Administration’s decision to repeal net neutrality is bad for our democracy and bad for consumers and entrepreneurs, especially in rural areas, and a gift to the big telecom companies who can now pick and choose who has access to the internet and at what speed. Our legislation will reverse this anti-consumer move and ensure that the internet remains open and accessible to all Americans.”

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