1987: I learned it by watching you!

Protest message to progressive government: We learned it by watching you!

By Justin Katz | October 1, 2021 |

If you’re too young or too non-Northeastern to immediately recognize the classic reference in the title of this post, see here. That’s what came to mind when I saw Rob Nesbitt’s tweet of video showing the vaccine mandate protesters blocking traffic in Providence. Protestors against the vaccine mandate for health care workers are now blocking…

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This anti-DeSantis ad might just encourage people to move to Florida.

By Justin Katz | September 30, 2021 |

Horror of horrors!  They have a clip of Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis actually saying that people should be able to make their own decisions! The imagery is especially laughable given that, as I noted earlier, crime has fallen below the national rate in Florida under DeSantis’s leadership. Stop what you are doing and watch…

Mike Stenhouse and Richard August on State of the State 9/27/21

State of the State: Management of COVID-19 Money

By Richard August | September 29, 2021 |

Mike Stenhouse and Richard August discuss the turf battles surrounding money the federal government gave to Rhode Island for recovery from the pandemic.

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Terry McAuliffe summarizes Democrats’ view of parents and education

By Justin Katz | September 29, 2021 |

The Democrat candidate for Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe (who is the former governor and a long-time Democrat Party insider going back to the Bill Clinton White House) said the quiet part out loud during a recent debate: I’m not going to let parents come into schools and actually take books out and make their own…

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William Shatner’s becoming an actual rocket man.

By Justin Katz | September 25, 2021 |

Jeff Bezos has recruited Star Trek legend William Shatner to give PR for his personal space program a boost.  Well, I’ll take any excuse to revisit this classic performance:

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This spirit is growing (we need some in Rhode Island).

By Justin Katz | September 22, 2021 |

Between vulgar anti-Biden chants at athletic events and these billboards in Pennsylvania, a movement seems to be building.

Ray Rickman and Mike Stenhouse on State of the State

State of the State: Ray Rickman for RI Senate

By Mike Stenhouse | September 15, 2021 |

Ray Rickman and Mike Stenhouse discuss Rickman’s experience and plans if he’s elected to the state Senate.

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Tucker puts the Milley scandal bluntly: treason.

By Justin Katz | September 15, 2021 |

This is surreal and shocking: Watch the latest video at Add it to the sense that public health experts, right down to people’s doctors (anecdotally) seem to be following political winds in their advice related to COVID-19, and it sure feels like our society is drifting in a stormy sea.  The people in roles…

Mary Brimer on State of the State

State of the State: Critical Race Theory, Part 3

By Justin Katz | September 8, 2021 |

North Kingstown Councilwoman Mary Brimer joins Richard August to discuss racism and critical race theory (CRT) in North Kingstown.

Reps Casimiro & Chippendale with Richard August

State of the State: Legislation of 2021 General Assembly Session

By Richard August | September 2, 2021 |

Representatives Julie Casimiro and Mike Chippendale join host Richard August for a review of the legislative session this past spring.