John and Justin run through many of the ways in which RI’s civic system is just not functioning.
Host Richard August talks jobs and economics with Derek Amey of StrategicPoint, a wealth management firm.
John Loughlin talks with Nick Gorham about Rhode Island politics, Frank Gaffney about China in the world, and Dan Schultz on local political strategies.
John and Justin talk about who is woke, awake, asleep, and awakening in Rhode Island politics.
Harrison Tuttle of Black Lives Matter Rhode Island PAC speaks with Richard August about his organization and possible his own possible campaign for office.
John and Justin cover the controversial topics in Rhode Island politics today.
Rather than focusing on racial differences and calling each other names, we should be working together to spread the wealth around naturally, through our ingenuity and hard work. All of us would benefit. Oh, well. Maybe in 2022.
To understand racial differences in wealth, blaming “systemic racism” is a simplistic way to ignore the harm of radical policies.
A local musician asks Governor McKee to find another way to address the pandemic, one that doesn’t force him and others to choose between making a living, living according to their values, and leaving the state that they love.
NPR caters to the narrative that the unvaccinated are destroying hospitals while the occupant of the White House does his best “to help,” but even a superficial investigation changes the picture fundamentally.