A water drop and ripples

Monkeypox may prove the cost of woke restrictions on acceptable observations.

By Justin Katz | August 4, 2022 |

As local media sources have started to track instances of monkeypox in our area, I’ve wondered how many Rhode Islanders know that it is mostly (although not entirely) a venereal disease spreading mostly among gay men.  Except, as Rod Dreher points out, that’s not a fact to which we’re permitted to react: Scott Gottlieb, former…

The sun rising or setting

Technology, Building, and Weather

By John Loughlin | July 24, 2022 |

John Loughlin talks with Dr. Shafman about bladder cancer, Tim Taylor of the Lost 52 Project, Lori Garver, former Deputy Director of NASA, Tom Lopatosky, owner of LOPCO Contracting, and Joe Bastardi of WeatherBell Analytics.

Brown University Studiously Silent on Adverse Vaccine Effects and COVID-19 Cases Among Students

By Monique Chartier | July 18, 2022 |

Anchor Rising received information that a Brown University student had been hospitalized in March, 2021 with myopericarditis after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. This raised a couple of important matters regarding Brown University’s strict vaccine mandate on students, staff and professors.  Has the university been tracking adverse COVID-19 vaccine effects, including among the student body?  If…

Darlene D'Arezzo and Mike Cerrullo on State of the State

State of the State: How Therapy Helps Us Navigate through Life’s Challenges

By Darlene D'Arezzo | July 17, 2022 |

Darlene D’Arezzo discusses the benefits of therapy for those in need of guidance managing their personal lives.

A water drop and ripples

Anybody else get the feeling we’re not hearing much about COVID because the long-term evidence isn’t good for the lock-down artists?

By Justin Katz | July 12, 2022 |

More data on COVID immunity over the long-term is not actually that surprising to people who looked at the data honestly a year or more ago: “Effectiveness of primary infection against severe, critical, or fatal COVID-19 reinfection was 97.3 percent … irrespective of the variant of primary infection or reinfection, and with no evidence for…

Kate Duffy and Darlene D'Arezzo on State of the State

State of the State: Intervention, Readiness, and Treatment

By Darlene D'Arezzo | June 26, 2022 |

Host Darlene D’Arezzo discusses alcoholism and recovery with Kate Duffy of Tipping Point Recovery

Louise Kiessling, Andrea Martin, and Susan Orban on State of the State

State of the State: Promoting Children’s Mental Health

By Susan Orban | June 19, 2022 |

Host Susan Orban discusses the mental health of children and how books can help with Louise Kiessling and Andrea Martin.

Darlene D'Arezzo and Mike Cerullo on State of the State

State of the State: Mental Health Training and Care

By Darlene D'Arezzo | June 5, 2022 |

Host Darlene D’Arezzo discusses developments in mental health with Mike Cerullo.

A handgun, bullets, and target

Dealing with Threats to Our Bodies and Our Rights

By John Loughlin | June 4, 2022 |

John Loughlin speaks with Dr. Tim Shafman about cancer and Glenn Valentine of the RI Firearm Owners League about the prospect (and legality) of proposed gun regulation

Bud Cicilline and Darlene D'Arezzo on State of the State

State of the State: Mental Health in Law Enforcement

By Darlene D'Arezzo | May 22, 2022 |

Bud Cicilline joins host Darlene D’Arezzo to discuss mental health, particularly as it relates to law enforcement and first responders.