State of the State
Mitchell Kaplan joins John Carlevale to discuss his musical, artistic, and educational activities.
Mike Stenhouse and Richard August discuss the turf battles surrounding money the federal government gave to Rhode Island for recovery from the pandemic.
Ray Rickman and Mike Stenhouse discuss Rickman’s experience and plans if he’s elected to the state Senate.
North Kingstown Councilwoman Mary Brimer joins Richard August to discuss racism and critical race theory (CRT) in North Kingstown.
Representatives Julie Casimiro and Mike Chippendale join host Richard August for a review of the legislative session this past spring.
Munoz offers the progressive version of acknowledging that the Democrat Party is the problem in Rhode Island.
The state takeover of Providence public schools injected critical race theory into the school system, and Middle School Teacher Ramona Bessinger says it’s undermining the school community.
A free event on August 14 and 15 at Rocky Point Park pays homage to the history of a great American pastime.
The Left is pulling out the stops to prevent our state from understanding critical race theory and the degree to which racism is harming our residents.
With money flooding the economy at the same time supply channels are struggling to meet demand, the public is having to become familiar with concepts like inflation and modern monetary policy.