Our Knickers in A Twist
Among all of the important and cherished reasons that we love America, one reason empowers and emboldens us―the right to dissent. As a concept dissent can be frictional. We voice our views, then others openly disagrees with us. Their opinions are inconvenient and insulting. Then we get our knickers in a twist. But if we get past the insult and listen actively to why they disagree, it might just expand our world, and right now, our world seems a bit small, no?
Public access media is here to help us stretch our world.

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Daybreak publisher Rob Gurwitt talks with Hanover Rotary about his successful local info & news aggregation daily.
Anne Galloway, founder & editor of VTDigger talks about her experiences in journalism.
President of VT’s Ethan Allen Institute discusses economic & constitutional policy questions.
New England Cooks is a delightful show that highlights delicious meal preparation.
For those brave enough to learn to knit & pearl this local video is a quintessential basic lesson with a few twists.
“We shouldn’t be looking for heroes, we should be looking
for good ideas.”
― Noam Chomsky, Linguist, Philosopher & Scientist
A few well-known public servants passed away last year including Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg. Whether we think Ginsburg is notorious or not, we have to concede that her life’s work is a supreme example of the powerful use of DISSENT.

During her tenure, Ginsburg wrote notable majority opinions, but has received the most attention for her passionate, intelligent dissents in numerous supreme court cases. As a result, Ginsburg is dubbed "The Notorious R.B.G."
“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you."
― Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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