Weaponized ridiculousness of political rhetoric about taxes, abortion, and Donald Trump.
Taxes, entitlements, and innovation.
Not interested in Moore; Trump the drunken wrecking ball operator; and the needle that conservatives may be able to thread to social victory.
A politically incorrect Halloween, being honest about our differences and challenges, and a thought on tax policy.
The transgender mandate in schools is about determining truth and forcing you to believe it… or at least to lie.
Everybody’s being taken in by the #MeToo trick and some thoughts on freedom of speech.
Falsity and truth in teacher’s unions, ObamaCare, and the Boy Scouts.
A governor’s 1,000-day extravaganza, spinning personal income, honest non-transparency, and Dr. Seuss’s prophecies come true.
Accepting luxuries for those who can afford them and freedoms for those who disagree.
Can’t Rhode Island get anything right? Why won’t the education commissioner answer the only questions? Is growing income inequality a sign of satisfaction?
All about directionless immigration policy and maybe a little bit about driverless cars.
Sympathy for the racist; learning how (not what) to think; in favor of price gouging and dismantling unions; and saying goodbye to an old friend
WBRU changes to Radio-Christian Providence, bringing college insulation to the “real world,” a small excuse to put us all away, and useful slang from the year of my birth
Mostly about the consequences of government action we never see
French fries and Confederate statues.
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
The danger of the political fashion flip and a loss of perspective.
Government projects, political correctness, and the sense that we’re being played.
A Trump-Russia and East Greenwich illusion; emergent order; and the gig economy
How legislation shouldn’t happen, when the people can’t trust anybody, apathy, and high school reunions.
Will a deceptive budget season put Rhode Island over the edge?
Shootings in two dimensions, the risks of building, and the budget cometh.
What is government for? What turns me off about libertarianism, and what turns some men on about lesbianism? And a poetic response.
Tuition, taxes, energy, the way to fix poverty, and the need to enjoy your state.
Depression; beating up journalists; and bird-dogging on a national scale.
Awards, earned and maybe not yet earned; Fight Club; Twin River; and it’s my birthday.
We’re no longer swallowing the spin, and the central planners better get over themselves pretty quickly.
The human inclination to dictate and control comes back around in the United States
Trust in Trump (versus the elite), trust in intelligence gathering, trust in pensions and economic development, and trust in the police
Relationship of government to the people, with cheese sandwiches, welfare, probation, and campaign finances.