John DePetro and Justin Katz explore the increasingly disconnected behavior of RI’s political elite.
An entirely plausible interpretation of events sounds crazy, suggesting we all have an interest in pushing back and enforcing accountability for those who’ve brought us to this point.
Observing that a significant majority of Americans now believe the COVID lab-leak theory despite the idea’s having recently been banned on “Big Tech platforms,” Glenn Greenwald recalls a 2021 Pew Research finding that over a mere three-year span the percentage of Democrats who support big-tech censorship had grown from 60% to 76%, and (worse, in…
John DePetro and Justin Katz walk through the latest comedies in Rhode Island politics and discuss the characters who have been stealing the spotlight.
It’s interesting to watch these partisan ideologues bash the newspaper that contributed so much to their careers. One wonders whether they’ve ever considered whether their work-product and the journalistic culture they’ve perpetuated has contributed to the paper’s plight:
Clips from the John Loughlin show that carried Rhode Islanders through the holiday season and into the new year.
John DePetro and Justin Katz go over the characters and controversies of state government in Rhode Island.
John DePetro and Justin Katz talk the Rhode Island politics of the day.
As readers have surely observed, I’m doing an end-of-year cleanout of my bookmarked links. Oddly, after a news search on Google and Bing, I’m not seeing any local coverage of this story, reported in the Washington Examiner in August, at all. Is that correct? Nicole Solas and the Goldwater Institute filed the lawsuit against the South Kingstown…
From the other side of the election, with the Hunter Biden laptop known to be real, the J6 commission calling for criminal prosecutions, COVID-related decisions coming under renewed scrutiny, and Elon Musk providing revelations about what really went on inside Twitter to support the Democrat Party, it’s worth revisiting J. Peder Zane’s fictional account of…