Darlene D'Arezzo and Loren Spears on State of the State

State of the State: Tomaquag Museum Update

By Darlene D'Arezzo | January 30, 2022 |

Host Darlene D’Arezzo catches viewers up with happenings at the Tomaquag Museum, with Executive Director Loren Spears.

A water drop and ripples

History will marvel that we allowed this guy to occupy the White House.

By Justin Katz | January 28, 2022 |

We’re thoroughly within one of those episodes in history that future generations read about and wonder how anything so foolish could have been tolerated. Remember when Republicans complained it was inappropriate for President Obama to use Marines to hold his umbrella?  Remember when Democrats scrutinized President Trump’s descent down a potentially slippery ramp to discern…

Richard August and Susan Donovan on State of the State

State of the State: Current Legislation, Concerns, and Issues

By Richard August | January 23, 2022 |

Host Richard August reviews with Representative Susan Donovan recent legislation and current concerns and issues of the past legislative session. This includes pay equity, a privacy bill relating to health care, child opportunity centers, gender conversion therapy for minors, affordable housing, the safe school act, non-gender specific rest rooms, the nursing home equity staffing act, an African American history curriculum and more.

Richard August and Derek Amey on State of the State

State of the State: Where Have All the Workers Gone?

By Justin Katz | January 16, 2022 |

Host Richard August talks jobs and economics with Derek Amey of StrategicPoint, a wealth management firm.

A water drop and ripples

Biden gives away the scheme of his proposed election takeover.

By Justin Katz | January 14, 2022 |

Perhaps you’ve seen video of Joe Biden shouting about how important it is for his government to seize authority over who counts votes in America: Biden, appearing to admit defeat on ending the filibuster & nationalizing elections, randomly starts shouting: States’ voter reform laws are “about who gets to count the votes! Count the vote!…

Harrison Tuttle and Richard August on State of the State

State of the State: Black Lives Matter-RI PAC

By Richard August | January 9, 2022 |

Harrison Tuttle of Black Lives Matter Rhode Island PAC speaks with Richard August about his organization and possible his own possible campaign for office.

A water drop and ripples

You really need to witness the absurdity of men in women’s sports.

By Justin Katz | December 15, 2021 |

Understandably the text and numbers provided in news stories about the record-setting run of a male swimmer identifying as a female in Ivy League competitions are kind of abstract to most people.  Matt Walsh provides video of Princeton’s trans superstar lapping the competition: Just to show you how absurd this is. Here’s the trans swimmer…

The Aristocats on State of the State

State of the State: Aristocats, Reconfigured

By John Carlevale | November 28, 2021 |

After two years of not performing music due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the death of band member Nat Piccirilli, the Aristocats have regrouped and reconfigured.

Darlene D'Arezzo and Clement Cicilline on State of the State

State of the State: Mental Health Issues and Concerns

By Darlene D'Arezzo | November 21, 2021 |

J. Clement “Bud” Cicilline, former CEO of Newport County Mental Health Center, joins host Darlene D’Arezzo to discuss major issues and concerns facing mental health practice today.

A water drop and ripples

This may be the lyric that marks the turning of the tide.

By Justin Katz | November 20, 2021 |

“Am I the only one who quit singing along, Every time they play a Springsteen song.”     Hat tip Lara Logan.