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Politics This Week with John DePetro: The General Election Kicks Off

By Justin Katz | September 19, 2022 |

John DePetro and Justin Katz review the primary and set up the general election.

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Apparently shipping illegal immigrants around the country secretly in the middle of the night is the way to do it.

By Justin Katz | September 15, 2022 |

Remember when nobody cared that the Biden administration was dropping off illegal immigrants across the country in the middle of the night, including in Rhode Island? You don’t have to look very hard to see that the Democrats and mainstream media are playing you.

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Politics This Week with John DePetro: Rhode Island Insiders Come to a Con-Census

By Justin Katz | May 23, 2022 |

John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss manipulation of the Census numbers (and the population) and whether RI’s electoral system can be trusted.

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Catching up with John Loughlin’s April

By John Loughlin | April 23, 2022 |

John Loughlin conducts multiple interviews on a variety of topics during the month of April.

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Illegal immigration: solved!

By John Loughlin | March 12, 2022 |

John Loughlin discusses with Todd Bensman, of the Center for Immigration Studies, the waves of illegal immigrations rolling across the southern border.

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State of the State: Election Year 2022

By Richard August | February 27, 2022 |

Rhode Island GOP Chairperson Sue Cienki discusses with host Richard August a variety of issues and concerns from her political party’s perspective.

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State of the State: The Republican Candidate for Attorney General

By Richard August | February 20, 2022 |

Host Richard August speaks with attorney Charles Calenda, who is seeking election to the AG’s office out of concern for how the office has been run under incumbent Peter Neronha.

Maybe more attention is justified when even government contractors label what they’re doing as treason.

By Justin Katz | January 27, 2022 |

Miranda Devine, in the New York Post, describes a body camera video that has emerged from a police officer who was checking up on a strange, low-security middle-of-the-night flight into a small New York airport carrying young men, apparently illegal immigrants, before loading them on buses and sending them into communities around the East Coast a…

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Black Rhode Islanders should recognize how much Harrison Tuttle’s ideology hurts them.

By Justin Katz | January 12, 2022 |

Harrison Tuttle is not merely another run-of-the-mill progressive with all of the approved leftist views.  He’s also the director of the Black Lives Matter Political Action Committee in Rhode Island.  So, when he takes a position on an issue, one would expect him to do so in light of the interests of black people. His…

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Why do flights keep arriving at Quonset in the middle of the night?

By Justin Katz | November 12, 2021 |

John DePetro has another photo of a group of young people disembarking from a plane at Quonset airport and boarding a bus in the dead of night.  He asks good questions: A flight arrives shortly before 1:AM from Kansas?  Who got off the C130 in Quonset? Why are they arriving late at night or early…