John Loughlin interviews Dr. Shafman, Colonel Ray Deniswich of VFW Post 272, and Executive Director Meghan Grady of Meals on Wheels.
It may be Crazy Season, but the rationale Democrats are giving for their votes is enough to make one despair of our nation’s capacity to analyze problem, develop solutions, and survive.
Naomi Wolf tells John Loughlin about the scandal of COVID vaccine coverups; Cox discusses Get Started RI; and two officials talk veterans affairs.
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.
If you blinked (or don’t get your information from non-mainstream-progressive news sources), you might have missed the Biden administration’s explicit attempts to politicize the United States military along partisan lines. John Lucas explains for The Federalist: President Joe Biden and his administration are continuing to purge and politicize the American military. Consistent with the totalitarian left’s…
It’s hard not to see something more behind this incident: 14 soldiers with the Mexican military were apprehended by U.S. federal law enforcement officials during the early morning hours on Saturday after they crossed over onto U.S. soil, according to a report. … “CBP said the soldiers, their weapons and equipment ‘were secured for safety…
Two interviews from today’s John Loughlin Show on WPRO.
The details of the U.S. drone strike on a humanitarian worker in Afghanistan are horrific: The U.S. acknowledged reports of civilian casualties and said they may have been caused by secondary explosions. The family said when the 37-year-old Zemerai, alone in his car, pulled up to the house, he honked his horn. His 11-year-old son…