Ed Del Grande describes the bathroom of the future.
John Loughlin talks with Nick Gorham about Rhode Island politics, Frank Gaffney about China in the world, and Dan Schultz on local political strategies.
Dr. Tim Shafman on lung cancer, Dr. Stephen Skoly on vaccine mandate harm, Laurie Gaddis Barrett on the school mask mandate lawsuit, and Major Wayne Morse.
John talks with Rhode Island Veterans Affairs Director Kasim Yarn, Steve Evangelista, author of, Our Story: The Lives and Legacy of Those who Served in Battery B First Rhode Island Light Artillery, and New England VA Director of Outreach Michael McNamara involved with Veterans’ Waterfire.
Dr. Tim Shafman discusses breast cancer in women and men, Ed Cabral announces a special Waterfire to honor veterans, Attorney Mark Smith talks about the Second Amendment, and former Trump White House economic advisor Peter Navarro presents his new book.
Meghan Grady discusses Meals on Wheels, and Eric Letendre gives tips on dog training.
Tony Lemonde of Senior’s Choice Rhode Island talks open enrollment, Joel Griffith from Heritage talks inflation, Dean Cheng of the Davis Institute talks Chinese economics, and Sal Mercogliano of Campbell University talks supply chain problems.
Todd Bensman talks about immigration and Victoria Salibi discusses running the Boston Marathon.
John Loughlin interviews Dr. Tim Shafman, Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow Brent Sadler, and Rich Southwell of the Parents’ Union.
John Loughlin talks with Kenny Burke and Tord Sorlein of the Wakefield Village Association about Oktoberfest, Jeff Carr from NASA, and Jim Turner from EW Gardner Golf Cars.