Democrats on the March
John DePetro and Justin Katz point out the hidden motives of RI politicians and activists and their works.
John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss the deteriorating civic structure of Rhode Island.
John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss several indications of how oppositional politics would help keep Rhode Island upright.
John DePetro and Justin Katz find evidence across multiple issues that truth is beginning to break through Democrats’ wall of unity.
John DePetro and Justin Katz review many ways RI politicians are childish and misleading.
John DePetro and Justin Katz dig into important developments that the RI mainstream doesn’t want to address.
Providence Democrat City Councilor Miguel Sanchez has been catching some deserved flack for marching with the anti-Israel rally in Providence over the weekend (although the criticism is coming from people who don’t exist within the awareness of Rhode Island power): If local journalists weren’t so intent on not paying attention to the wrong people, they…
Step 1: Construct a simplistic narrative with obvious good guys and bad guys and a conclusion with which nobody reasonable could disagree. Step 2: Ensure that the “bad guys” can’t actually harm the people protesting. Step 3: Provide singsong, rhythmic slogans that sound innocuous, but that the intended opposition will understand as threatening. Step 4:…
John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss important stories in Rhode Island this week.
… the explanation might be more than silent discomfort with a faction of their tribe’s doing something nakedly evil. To progressives, this sort of thing must happen and is expected. Maybe they find it lamentable (or maybe not), but they see it as inevitable on the path to their vision of justice. Tom Holland argues,…