“Hanover” Gang Steals Appalachian Trail Sanctuary

This video covers the July eviction and Dave’s escapades at the two most recent Selectboard meetings.

Someone from Hanover stopped me on the street last month and asked how they could help. Short of having several grand lying around, the best way you, read readers and viewers, can help is by spreading and sharing the videos and blogposts, particucularly to Upper Valley and Hanover, NH related social media. The despicable villains behind this conflict are nearly constantly caught in lies or schemes which get exposed by Dave and myself in nearly every video. By just having five minute conversations with apolitical friends and neighbors I’ve converted them to Dave’s side. So please spread these links around like wildfire, if you know a journalist (even from the Valley News) or local bigwig please feel free to share these materials with them, even just for the exposure’s sake. Thank you and together we’ll win this and keep Mink Brook asphalt waste free and out of the hands of the Dartmouth Mafia.


A word about property taxes: you’re supposed to pay property taxes every year until you’re dead, so it’s effectively a debt you can never pay fully off. And what do we call being forced to pay off a debt that can’t be fully paid off? Slavery.

Dartmouth Mafia Exposed!

I took a break from Keene and returned to Hanover where I met up with Dave and recorded a powerful hour long podcast exposing Dartmouth’s and the Town of Hanover’s oppression against Dave, among other musings.

Podcast link: http://questioningauthority.libsyn.com/shanty-town-special-dartmouth-mafia-exposed

Youtube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fnjhZp8sCo

Vermont Economy Under Attack By Orwellian Carbon Tax Proposal

Since I (thankfully) don’t live in Vermont I’m considering on just not covering it anymore. So many sheeple and nanny state stories have come out from there that I might have to stop writing about all of them for both my mental health and to save on bandwidth.

The Valley News reports of a new carbon tax proposal given the Orwellian title: The Economy Strengthening Strategic Energy Exchange (ESSEX) plan. Yes, it’s “economy strengthening” just like the Ministry of Truth’s main function was telling the truth.

Democrat Representative Sarah Copeland-Hanzas of Bradford is planning on introducing the legislation.

In the past she’s shown a great dislike of Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul. In the article I linked she derided his desire to replace the income with a flat tax, which she claiming was “effectively raising taxes on middle class Americans.”

Fun fact: both are unconstitutional.

Sarah’s words have come back to bite her, however, as her carbon tax plan would do just that: hurt Vermont’s middle class.

The article quotes Vermont Republican Governor Phil Scott’s office, which said the plan would “add cost burdens for many Vermont families who spend more on transportation and heating than they do on electricity.”

The executive director of the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association was interviewed and said that the proposal would lead to higher transportation costs (that’s kinda a big deal up here in northern New England) and even predicted that those cost increases could lead to higher goods (i.e. milk and grocery) prices. Anyone with an ounce of common sense would know that increased goods prices affect the poor the most.

Democrat House Speaker Mitzi Johnson understands this, saying of carbon tax plans: “I haven’t seen one that really thoroughly balances the needs of low-income and rural Vermonters.”

Copeland-Hanzas was ambivalent to these concerns, saying:

“The fact of the matter is we need to make this transformation. If we are going to liberate ourselves form the yoke of fossil fuel and from being at the beck and call of OPEC, we have to make this transformation.”

No, “we” don’t. Your job as a state house representative is to serve your district, not the “climate change” agenda. Politicians need to get these economy-destroying delusions of grandeur out of their heads, pronto.

Eventually the article mentions that the proposal was co-authored by a local business owner, who the article says “market forces have punished him for making other investments in greener energy technology.”

What a great lesson in entrepreneurship; make up for your failure in the free market by lobbying the government to help recoup your losses at the expense of the taxpayer.

The amount of BS the proposal’s supports spew in the rest of the article should be enough for them to get booed off the stage by most voters, even in Vermont (as a matter of fact two Orange County Democrat Reps were voted out for just allegedly being open to a carbon tax).

Oh boy Vermont’s solar energy economy is booming thanks to smart business people and smart politicians! Doesn’t that sound nice, sheeple? Reminds me of something called Solyndra. I wonder how that turned out.

I won’t bother boring you with a rant on basic free market principles and economics, so I’ll destroy their little fantasy with just one question:

If Vermont’s clean energy industry is such a good idea and so good for the state, why does it need the government’s’ help to stay afloat?

An industry that requires government assistance isn’t an industry; it’s a racket. The point isn’t to save the environment, it’s to make someone rich at the expense of the lower class and taxpayers.

The only positive thing that a government can do for an economy is to leave it alone.

*Featured image is Ben Garrison’s “Al Gore’s Climate Change Express”