Cortez Rice talks about doxing Rittenhouse jurors

Clarity about who genuinely cares about justice is important.

By Justin Katz | November 9, 2021 |

Yeah, social media is the land of wacky statements, but when themes emerge, they’re worth considering.  One theme that has emerged as the prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse falls apart is threats that he’d be safer in jail than on the street or that the jury better find him guilty no matter what. The most prominent…

Mike Tuttle in Newport

State of the State: The Newport Cliff Walk

By Mike Tuttle | November 7, 2021 |

Mike Tuttle, a member of the State of the State production team, shares this episode of his own show, Tuttle’s Travels. During this episode, he takes us to the Newport Cliff Walk and shares with us the beautiful adjacent scenery and bits of Newport history and facts pertaining to the vistas.

Governor Dan McKee and Sgt. Pete Philomena

McKee’s administration has no patience for people whose jobs the governor destroyed.

By Justin Katz | November 2, 2021 |

For weeks, John DePetro and I have been discussing Democrat Governor Dan McKee’s response (or lack thereof) to the protesters upset that they’ve lost their jobs based on a mandate for healthcare workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 that he implemented, and they had their closest interaction yet over the weekend. What strikes me, in…

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Bonhoeffer’s theory of stupidity may explain our current predicament.

By Justin Katz | November 1, 2021 |

This whiteboard video describing Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s explanation of how stupidity was to blame for the rise of Nazis in Germany seems highly relevant to our current experience.

Richard August and Brian Newberry on State of the State

State of the State: Civics, Black History, and Other Matters

By Richard August | October 31, 2021 |

State Representative Brian Newberry, (R; Burrillville, North Smithfield) joins Richard August to discuss a wide range of legislation and concerns including but not limited to civics and Black history to be taught in RI schools; behind the scene political power struggle; immigration; need for affordable housing; growing state budget; proposed hospital merger and more. Regarding public school curriculum, Newberry encourages parents to become more involved in what is being taught to their children.

A water drop and ripples

Let’s Go Brandon (LGB)

By Justin Katz | October 30, 2021 |

This is just awesome.

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Fathers and honesty are powerful forces.

By Justin Katz | October 26, 2021 |

This is such a great story, out of Louisiana: These guys for President. All of them. — Heath Mayo (@HeathMayo) October 23, 2021 A big part of what makes it powerful is the simple, plain honesty.  Men simply have a way of being that can affect an atmosphere positively, especially if they’ve been conditioned…

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Christian movies fully engage the politics of the culture war.

By Justin Katz | October 25, 2021 |

I’ve got to admit this trailer got me amped to see the movie, even though I had no idea this series was up to its fourth movie.

Allan Waters joins Richard August on State of the State

State of the State: Allen Waters for U.S. Congress

By Richard August | October 24, 2021 |

Allen Waters tells host Richard August about his campaign for U.S. Congress. He discusses some of the issues which are important to him, to the people and to this nation.

John Carlevale and Beth Leconte on State of the State

State of the State: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at URI

By John Carlevale | October 19, 2021 |

Beth Leconte, Director of R.I.’s chapter of OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) talks with host John Carlevale. 

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