For my weekly call-in on John DePetro’s WADK 1540 AM show, last week, the topics were unlucky District 13, Whitehouse under fire, and the inappropriate majesty of magistrates.
Already ranking a dismal 45th on the overall Family Prosperity Index, Rhode Islanders will soon suffer from a 16-21% increase on their electricity bills, making matters even worse.
Who’s happier: the family man who mows the lawn and reads a good book, or the thug who gains notoriety for a profitable crime that he then blows because he’s a degenerate?
Progressives are so blinded by political correctness and their own sense of righteousness that they’ll rationalize away warning signs that they’re the dangerous extremists.
Mostly about the consequences of government action we never see
To hear Dawn Euer talk, you might think she’s not much different from mainstream Democrats or even Republicans, but voters should keep an eye on progressive deception.
For my weekly call-in on John DePetro’s WADK 1540 AM show, last week, the topics were Gordon Fox, a summer Senate race, racial politics, and the possible WorSox.
In a heavy-handed edict, reminiscent of soviet-style totalitarianism, the state of Rhode Island considered restricting the free-flow of goods and commerce by restricting trucker traffic on secondary roads this week.
Whether we’re witnessing a conspiracy or the coalescence of incentives, government’s entire purpose is to maintain the space for the exercise of our rights.
French fries and Confederate statues.
It has come to light that, on August 11, RIDOT *corrected* requested a hearing, scheduled for today, to issue commercial truck route restrictions within the state. The Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity (for whom I am Communications Manager) has just issued a statement strongly condemning this. It says, in part,
We should seek the conversion of those who’ve been enticed by evil ideas, not the opportunity to play at righteousness through too-easy persecution.
While corporations edging away from the president may be good, making disliked minorities disappear from the Internet and from history in the dead of night are major warning signs.
Future reliance on artificial intelligence would be the fulfillment of the progressive vision that experts can guide society, so why is a Providence progressive an early opponent?
The President has done the right thing in condemning specific groups that claim he supports them, but Americans shouldn’t end the conversation there.
For my weekly call-in on John DePetro’s WADK 1540 AM show, last week, the topics were the Montanaro connection, the “free tuition” lottery, and the gubernatorial race.
Rhode Island progressives’ extremist agenda can no longer be denied.
Figures in the mainstream media want us to believe that white people are secretly awaiting their moment to assert dominance again, but curiously, it’s the American Left (and news media) that seems to have something to hide.
Ideological battles have prevented us from sharing our heroes with each other and allowing deescalation in our disagreements.
Summer finally arrives in time to go away; Game of Thrones kills the Song of Ice and Fire; the GOP brushes off its mandate; and a contrast with the crazies
Providence’s proposed citywide IDs give away the progressive game… to turn reality into a college campus.
Conceptualizing our society as a web of power dynamics leads us to lose sight of the reality of human relationships.
For my weekly call-in on John DePetro’s WADK 1540 AM show, last week, the topics were Raimondo’s budget reconciliation, the race for governor, and RI’s U.S. Senators make some news.
The solution to comfortable generations that don’t want to take risks is a culture giving them a sense of what they gain by taking them.
In the course of reviewing certain bills filed during this year’s General Assembly session, I clicked on H5069 — and stared in growing horror at all of the red-lining (i.e., everything to be struck from current law). I turned to the succinct description of this bill written by Justin Katz, Research Director for the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity, for the Center’s Freedom Index and the horror did not abate:
News that half of abortions in England follow a failure of contraceptives points to the basic questions: Do children have a right to life, and do parents have responsibility for their actions?
The danger of the political fashion flip and a loss of perspective.
Under single-payer, government-run health care, decisions about what conditions require coverage and for which coverage is banned will be based on politics and fashion.
Spare a moment for the cranky person whom you encounter (or, ahem, read) and see if you can help him or her resolve the underlying ache.
The phrase, “government schools,” is useful and increasingly accurate, as seen in an incident in Tiverton.