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Emily Peyton 
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Re: “Vermont School Districts Must Save $13 Million Under Legislature’s Compromise

Government is the best employer in this state! They just have to keep getting more creative and inflating their fees, taxes and regulations to pay for this awesome employer! They will tell you what to do and take your money right out of your wallet to do it.

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 06/21/2017 at 4:42 PM

Re: “Weinberger, Scott Announce Coalition to Fight Climate Change

Dear Phil Scott and Vermonters.
We at Hempfully Green in Putney want you to know that new construction in Vermont should be made with Hempcrete for environmental and indoor air quality purposes. The woody core of the agricultural hemp plant, lime and water are the ingredients of your hempcrete wall systems. Combined correctly they will save the occupant 75-85 % in fuel bill savings and sequester carbon making them carbon negative. Other construction methodology is responsible for 40% of our carbon emissions. Hempcrete houses will outlast other materials and are fully recyclable. A large house of 3000 square feet can be built with hemp from 5 acres grown in one season. The other parts of that same crop can be used for other purposes. We at Hempfully Green are trained in hempcrete construction and we will provide pro-bono design consultation, material assembly and building expertise to the first investor willing to build with this internationally rising material. Our houses will be helping us fight climate change when they are hempcrete, while also saving our children from the extreme toxic loads of mainstream building materials.

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 06/21/2017 at 4:33 PM

Re: “Officials: Vermont Would Take $200 Million Hit Under New Health Plan

Perhaps people will wake up and see that eating for health removing all GMO, Sugar, pesticides, and eating food that your grandparents would know how to prepare, garden fare and home canning, plus getting off long term prescriptions, never starting them in the first place, and breathing, as well as homeopathy, herbology, acupuncture, naturopaths, and drinking more well or spring water NOT IN PLASTIC bottles. If everyone took the money they were throwing away at big pharma and big insurance, and instead put it in organics, they would actually get better in the majority of cases. The load of chemicals that we are imbibing, ingesting, breathing and accepting is making us toxic. Good book written by a famous woman: from Tox-Sick to Not Sick by Suzanne Sommers, or Run From the Cure, the Rick Simpson Story on Youtube, another book: You're not Sick You're Thirsty, another book by Gwen Olsen Confessions of a RX salesman. Another huge thing Vermont could do for the health of it's workforce is to mandate employers give employees at least 2 siestas of 40 minutes a week. Grow gardens everywhere, and have all of VT go organic and watch the sickness evaporate. In Cuba, after the embargo when they needed to grow their own, their overall health improved. Dairy with growth hormone, well that makes people grow too! Ingest only grass fed, free range pigs, steers and chickens, that's your health care money right there! Have your own chickens, etc etc! Oh, be certain to watch Vaxxed, before you put your new baby through the vaccine mill. Babies were not meant to have mercury injected in them. The autism rates used to be 1 in 15000, just a few decades ago, now it is 1 in 42! 1 in forty two! by 2035 it's expected to be 1 in 2 with 80% of black children affected. These are the dark gifts of allopathic medicine and a for profit pharmaceutical industry. Do you all really take those drugs they advertise with the side affects they list on tv? Cmon! get some common sense, your body is healing machine, if you just support it a little, believe in it a little and stop poisoning it!

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 03/14/2017 at 8:42 AM

Re: “Judge Dismisses F-35 Lawsuit, Paving Way for Jets to Arrive

Why would anyone expect anything less than statist corruption from a judge?.

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 08/12/2016 at 12:30 PM

Re: “House Panel Puts Marijuana Legalization Back in Play

600,000 thats enough to jump start ag hemp in this state, just saying/ stupid people at the state house.

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 04/15/2016 at 9:21 PM

Re: “Scott Milne Ponders a Long-Shot Run for Patrick Leahy's Senate Seat

Leahy would not have his chair if he weren't willing to do some unsavory acts to appease the criminals that pull his strings. Anyone in any sort of power position in DC is there because the shadow government has made certain that they have dirt over their heads to blackmail them with. Leahy has a rolodex because he has been willing to do unsavory things to prove himself, cover for other's unsavory acts and so forth. Hilary is a criminal, and if Leahy does not tow her line, he would be exposed and it would be political suicide. Go listen to wgdr, House at Pooh Corner archives, and hear the interview with Sibel Edmunds for Starters, or read her book Classified Woman. Then watch Inside Job with Matt Damon narrating, and then keep going from there, I bet Leahy would like to be a clean man in his heart, but the political 'system' is a mafia mob that insists that the incoming do depraved acts and only the willing goes forward to seats of power. I think he made compromises and dishonored himself to get where he is, now he is wealthy and influential, and as long as he brings money home for VT, Vermonters don't care to know or challenge him. I think he wishes he could be honorable, but the mob won't let him. Kissinger, Leahy, etc...

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 03/24/2016 at 9:40 AM

Re: “Bennington Locks Up More People Than Any Other Vermont County

I sat in a Westminster select board meeting earlier this year and watched while they went over their budget, they lamented that the policeman wasn't bringing in the same amount of revenue as in years past, from traffic tickets. It was explained that the sherif was new, and just getting to know the town. The Town Manager said that he would talk with the police ( sherif?) to make certain that he stepped up his efforts to get the town revenue through tickets. This is recorded on film. This is government ordering the police to fill a quota, and the police will deny up and down that they have a quota. But the legislature depends on the money stolen in fines and makes their budget on it. That is just one level of crime.
The fact is, people use heroin because the government is corrupt. We don't have fairness, or peace or a clean environment, or a fair monetary system, or good health, because of the corrupt idea behind the existence of Government that people should dominate others, that some people are morally equipped to govern and rule others, but they are just as bad as those they dominate. When the lawmaking system encourages them to behave in a superior way, when in fact they are not superior in any moral manner, corruption spreads rampant as it is now.
The law is an excuse so that some can be the dominant class, the dominant class will look out for themselves, bend the 'law' for themselves, and break the law for themselves and invent the law for those they are threatened by.


Jail does not work to make us safer. It actually increases the instability of society. Remember the police are the least emotionally stable of all. They suffer from PTSD.

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Posted by Emily Peyton on 03/24/2016 at 9:17 AM

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