Articles by: Neil Johnson

07272017 Questions for the President

Citizen Reports Questions to the White House 7/27/2017

CNN clever propaganda disguised as news… surprise, surprise

John McCain was tweeting that the president shouldn’t make announcements via twitter. But it doesn’t matter. Propaganda isn’t about finding the truth, that’s what our national news programs has become. Look how all the news sources immediately have announcements and stories implicating Trump is making a bad decision, and he’s against the LGBTQ community. They have done no investigation with President or generals before printing the stories.

by · July 26, 2017 · 0 comments · Education, Ethics

Are we being fooled again? By our Reps and Senators?

There is a trend in Washington, and it resembles a sleazy con. 16 years ago our folks in Washington quickly voted to fund the war. Bush took the money and started after Hussein. But we didn’t declare war, and the fighting goes on. We are told it was Bushes fault, but they are supposed to have the facts before pulling a trigger. Nope Bushes fault as they all quickly got in line to vote yes. Perhaps we should push the pause button.

by · July 26, 2017 · 0 comments · Commentary, Education, Ethics

Why are organizations allowed to register voters?

We’ve had politicians and organizations asking for mail-in ballots within Vermont. Why is that?
Don’t people know you vote in America? I had the Fayston town clerk call me at election time. Apparently names and addresses were getting mixed up. Here is another example of why problems occur when organizations with a political agenda and goal can mess things up. Cheating is cheating. Fraud is fraud; these people committed fraud for $10 per hour. Fascinating world huh?  Give us your thoughts and comments.

Is Bernie getting money for the Rich or the Poor?

Was reading an article on Vermont Digger that was quite interesting. Bernie has gotten $3,000.000 dollars for affordable housing, grant money. So that is the proverbial “Free Money” everyone likes to discuss. The article is below:

Sanders announces $3 million in housing grants for Vermont

Vermont Ethics Commission Why are we so afraid? Part 1 of______

The on going discussion continues in Montpelier. We’ve asked many in public office about ethics and few have responded. We’ve seen censorship supporting the proposal from Jim Condos to have a functioning, viable ethics commission. The big bad bill currently in government for discussion is an old wolf, the teeth have been pulled, the animal has not been fed, it can barely walk and it’s got scurvy. What are they soooo afraid of? We ask our readers to comment. We’ll have many more stories on this ongoing investigation.

War or Love, What do men want? Part 1 of____

In a recent article reported on Vermont Digger, the discussion of wages between men and women was brought up.  Everyone was chiming in; Governor Scott was quoted as saying, “Eliminating the income disparity between men and women would reduce poverty in the state by 53 percent”.
Mitzi Johnson was chiming in, on Vermont Digger  “I can’t wait for the day we stop counting,” Johnson said of her distinction, along with State Treasurer Beth Pearce, of being only the third woman to fill her position.
And Cary Brown also chimed in with Vermont Digger. Cary Brown, the executive director of the Vermont Commission on Women, an advocacy group for gender parity explained that “if women’s wages were raised up to where men’s are, that would be about $5,565 extra dollars for every woman in Vermont, about a billion dollars in total to Vermont’s economy, which is around 3.3% of the state’s GDP.”
Many men were chiming in on the comment section; this reporter was prolific. While I can’t speak for others, I don’t think people were saying sexual discrimination didn’t happen in the past, surely it did. We are sincerely questioning the declaration that sexual discrimination is still occurring. We believe women are being paid for doing the same work as men.
Many men, my self-included want to stop the war on women, we want equal pay for women we do not want sexual discrimination. We want those who are sexually discriminating against women to be charged and fined as they should be. We want our wives and daughters to have the same opportunities as men.
We want to know the truth. We don’t want propaganda; we don’t want lies. With this, we’ll be doing further investigations. We want and need reader input. Should you know of sexual discrimination, please report it, tell us about it. If you have any insights, pass them on.
Do men and women want peace or war? We ask our readers, and we’ll be probing this topic that is continually coming up on Vermont News.

 

Car Buzz Reports the Following, Check out this gorgeous car!

This Cadillac Escala Creation Is How Americans Will Buy Wagons Again

http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2016/9/5/This-Cadillac-Escala-Creation-Is-How-Americans-Will-Buy-Wagons-Again-7735314/

 

The new Cadillac Escala is a truly beautiful car, rivaling the looks of any vehicle on the road, What are your thoughts? We’d love to hear them.

by · March 17, 2017 · 0 comments · Transportation

Douglas Gage stands up for Vermont Constitution

We have inquired of our representatives about a bill that is getting voted on. House Bill 422, looks to take weapons from Vermont Citizens without a conviction of crime. It is done under the event of alleged domestic violence event. Does it remove any other weapons or instruments that could cause harm or death? or only weapons that are granted by our state and federal constitution? We’ve asked several questions, while Douglas didn’t answer them all he did answer and give us guidance on this thinking. Below are the questions submitted to Representative Gage.

Business education as discussed on Forbes

Below is some general information about job performance, while directed at younger people it seems to be excellent advise for any person. What are your thoughts and experiences?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonnazar/2013/07/23/20-things-20-year-olds-dont-get/#7f00dab4726d

 

 

 

 

 

 

by · March 13, 2017 · 0 comments · Business & Economy