Radio Free Vermont "It is time for all people of conscience to call upon America to return to her true home of brotherhood and peaceful pursuits. We cannot remain silent as our nation engages in one of history's most cruel and senseless wars. During these days of human travail, we must encourage creative dissenters. We need them because the thunder of their fearless voices will be the only sound stronger than the blasts of bombs and the clamor of war hysteria. Those of us who love peace must organize as effectively as war hawks. As they spread the propaganda of war, we must spread the propaganda of peace. "Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929 - 1968)

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  • Campaign Manager 1:06 am on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Run for governor makes Time Magazine! 

    Welcome to Vermont

    The Secessionist Campaign for the Republic of Vermont

    Second Vermont Republic’s gubernatorial candidate is Dennis Steele, 42, a hulking Carhartt-clad fifth generation Vermonter and entrepreneur. He owns Radio Free Vermont, an Internet radio station, and honchos an online venture called Steele says that, if elected, his first act in office would be to bring home Vermont’s National Guard from overseas deployments. “I see my kids going off to fight in wars for empire 10, 15, 20 years from now,” said Steele, who served three years in the U.S. Army. “People in Vermont in general are very antiwar, and all their faith was in Obama to end the wars. I ask people, ‘Did you get the change you wanted?’ They can’t even look you in the eyes. We live in a nation that is asleep at the wheel and where the hearts are growing cold like ice.”

  • Campaign Manager 12:52 am on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Radio Free Vermont in Seven Days 

    Radio Free Vermont

    As Featured in Seven Days

    Free at Last

    Second Vermont Republic’s Dennis Steele liberates Vermont (airwaves)

    We are connected to Radio Bean thanks to a live streaming webcast on online radio station The site is a relatively new addition to the state’s cyberspace community, created and operated by Kirby resident and fifth-generation Vermonter Dennis Steele. His domain name could be read in more ways than one: Steele is currently campaigning for governor on a platform of Vermont secession from the U.S. But, whatever the success of that endeavor, he’s already liberating plenty of Vermonters from corporate sounds.

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