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Mike Stenhouse and Tara Levasseur on In the Dugout 05/11/21

Freedom requires its beneficiaries to stand up for it.

By Justin Katz | May 12, 2021 |

Several of the topics on Mike Stenhouse’s In the Dugout show, yesterday, had that theme, whether it was state GOP Chair Sue Cienki talking about Governor Dan McKee’s insult to the opposition party, talk about a Worldwide Freedom Rally in RI, or arrests of COVID-lockdown-resisting Christians in Canada.

A gas shortage starts in South Carolina

The ’70s are coming! The ’70s are coming!

By Justin Katz | May 11, 2021 |

I’m just a hair too young to remember car lines for gasoline in the 1970s, but I do remember my parents explaining to me why cars’ gas fill lines had to be unlatched from inside the car.  (For younger folks:  because gas was so rare and important that people were siphoning it out of cars…

Mike Stenhouse and Michelle Cretella on In the Dugout

The vaccine is becoming a rolling stone with government weight behind its momentum.

By Justin Katz | May 7, 2021 |

Mike Stenhouse’s In the Dugout show, yesterday, took up the issues around COVID-19 vaccination from multiple directions, yesterday, including the concept of “vaccine shedding.”  For the conversation, Doctors Michelle Cretella and Andrew Bostom joined the show.  Stenhouse also touched on TCI, transgenderism, and other topics.

Mike Stenhouse and guests from In the Dugout

The Right spans from Caitlyn Jenner to Catholicism to cryptocurrencies, these days.

By Justin Katz | May 6, 2021 |

Mike Stenhouse touched on all of those topics on his In the Dugout show, yesterday.  He handled the Jenner topic himself, but Tyler Rowley joined him for the religion talk, and Kade Almendinger helped with cryptocurrency.

Mike Stenhouse and Roland Benjamin on In the Dugout

Everything from municipal debt to vaccination gets pushed through our schools.

By Justin Katz | May 5, 2021 |

Mike Stenhouse goes through the details, including a conversation with Roland Benjamin of South Kingstown, In the Dugout.

Mark Zaccaria on Rhody Reporter

We’re all just guessing at the many ways Act on Climate will bite.

By Justin Katz | May 4, 2021 |

Progressives touted the “teeth” that the Act on Climate bill gave RI environmental mandates, but it has fallen to the opposition to explain what that might mean. In his latest Rhody Reporter segment Mark Zaccaria on Ocean State Current, Mark Zaccaria lays out a scenario in which a local government loses complete control over its own…

Mike Stenhouse and Christopher Carlozzi on In the Dugout

RI is increasingly governed by convenient truths.

By Justin Katz | April 30, 2021 |

And thus do the disconnected themes of Mike Stenhouse’s In the Dugout show, yesterday, come together — disagreeing with Dan Yorke, talking TCI with the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) Rhode Island director Christopher Carlozzi, and discussing COVID mask mandates with Andrew Bostom.

Mike Stenhouse and guests

The powers who be have Rhode Islanders’ children in their sights.

By Justin Katz | April 29, 2021 |

For his In the Dugout show, yesterday, Mike Stenhouse’s guests focused on RI progressives’ government actions in our schools, particularly taking advantage of their enhanced powers under the COVID regime: in the dugout were Ellen Schaffer, Aimee Gardiner, Karen Ferris, Jean Lehand, and Rick Provost.

In the Dugout, Apr 27, 2021

A Con-census That Rhode Island’s Got Problems

By Justin Katz | April 28, 2021 |

Mike Stenhouse went through the ins and outs of Rhode Island’s close-call with the Census for his In the Dugout show.  He also talked legislative shop with Republican Senator Jessica De La Cruz.

Mike Stenhouse and Rep. Brian Newberry on In the Dugout, 4/22/21

Funny how blame can shift from policy to implementation as needed.

By Justin Katz | April 22, 2021 |

Mike Stenhouse’s In the Dugout show today included guests Republican Representative Brian Newberry and Dr. Andrew Bostom, the first defending his civics education legislation and the second talking COVID matters.  Note, in particular Newberry’s defense of his bill on the grounds that concerns expressed on the show yesterday by Stanley Kurtz were about “implementation,” not the…