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    Trans Pacific Partnership is good for the U.S.

    One of the casualties of the rough-and-tumble of Presidential politics this year has been a major trade agreement the U.S. signed with 11 of its major Pacific Ocean trading partners earlier this year known as the Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP. Full Story
    A time to lower voices
    Last week was to say the least, an eventful one on the national level. The week that began with the 4th of July festivities marking the 240th birthday of the nation was then marred — or maybe in a strange way honored because the process showed Full Story

    On Rainbows, 'Brexit' and fireworks
    Rainbow Family All it took to put Mt. Tabor on the map was the arrival of an estimated 10,000 members of the "Rainbow Family," a 1960s-style countercultural holdover who dropped in for a brief stay in the woods of the Green Mountain National Forest. Full Story

    Bernie risks blowing it
    Bernie Sanders surprised a lot of people, many of them self-perceived political experts, with the vigor and resonance of his long-shot candidacy for the Presidency. He raised some important issues around economic fairness that deserved a hearing. Full Story

    Doing nothing is not an option
    A beautiful stretch of early summer weather like that we enjoyed last week and into this one is almost all it takes to understand the foundation of why Vermont in general, and our slice of it in particular, should be an easy marketing project when Full Story

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    Dennis Rodman is a person of interest in a freeway crash in Southern California

    Famed former basketball player Dennis Rodman is considered a person of interest in a hit-and-run collision that occurred on the I-5 freeway in Santa Ana, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said Friday.