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Join us for an ELECTION WAVES interview featuring James Lathrop, Republican Candidate for General Treasurer with Mike Stenhouse. In our ELECTION WAVES series, we will conduct a series of interviews and debates with candidates running for office in Rhode Island. His ELECTION WAVES interview is premiering at 9:00am on Saturday, October 1, 2022 or on demand after!
Over the weekend, drag queen story hours targeting children of all ages were held at the West Warwick Civic Center and Weaver Library in East Providence. The events featured performances in drag by individuals going by the names of Miss Haley Star, Imogen Dragons, and Russel Sprouts. These events were hosted by library staff in order to teach children about homosexual lifestyles.
On May 7, 2022, Councilman Jason Messier posted a TikTok video where he dressed as a rainbow colored unicorn on behalf of people suffering from Alzheimer’s. During the video, he gyrates and obscenely dances to Pony by Ginuwine. It has been viewed over 2500 times, and the minimum age for TikTok users is 13.
Parental rights and child safety advocates joined with Senate Minority Whip Jessica de la Cruz (R-Dist. 23, North Smithfield, Burrillville, Glocester, North Smithfield) at the Rhode Island State House today to demand that legislation to close a loophole that allows those in positions of authority to engage in sexual relations with children is passed.
The North Kingstown school district has been under great public scrutiny. Parents have raised serious concerns about indoctrination by educators of students with Critical Race Theory principles. Allegations of nude body fat testing by a high school coach of teenage boys have shocked the community. Now, in the midst of this controversy, Phil Auger has […]
As clouds gathered over the West Warwick public library, so too did nearly one hundred individuals gather around the exterior of the building to respond to the controversial drag story hour program happening inside. Dueling rallies, with over sixty people opposing the story hour and around thirty supporting, were held on Saturday. The issue at hand for the citizens of West Warwick is whether or not it is morally acceptable to expose children ages zero to six to the inherently sexual content of a drag performance.
The school year is ending. Parents who have children in the failing Providence Public School System are turning to the official school sponsored summer reading list to supplement their child’s education during the break. For many, their hope may be to find educational materials that can make up for the time lost during the pandemic, instead they will find a list of books that promotes Critical Race Theory (CRT), graphic descriptions of both giving and receiving sodomy, and abortion of the unborn… all promoted to children fourteen and up.
Public comments were unanimously opposed to West Warwick library’s Drag Queen Story Hour at last night’s trustee meeting. With over twenty citizens in attendance, the radical program was broadly criticized for the anti-Catholic bigotry of one of the invited Drag Queen readers and strong parental concerns over the sexualization of children.
The Ocean State Current has received a copy of a letter sent to RI Department of Health Whistleblower Lisa Camuso. The letter gives Camuso notice of a disciplinary hearing as a result of the public accusations she has made of misconduct by the department related to Rhode Island nursing homes during the COVID-19 crisis. Camuso […]
A drag performer in full costume calling himself “Naomi Chomsky” read a story to small children at the Fall River Public Library. Outside, Christian protesters prayed for the mental well-being of the children subjected to his performance. These “Drag Queen Story Hour” performances are spreading throughout Rhode Island, despite the concerns of many citizens. Why are they happening?
As faithful Catholics left the 6:00 pm Mass on Sunday night at the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Providence, they met a crowd of over a hundred angry Progressive protestors. The demonstrators were there to protest against the religious tenets of the the Catholic Church. The protest came following a viral tweet from Bishop Thomas J. Tobin early Saturday morning reminding Catholics not to support the LGBTQ “Pride Month,” and warning families that the sexual displays present at “Pride” marches are especially harmful to children.
Citizens for Life, Liberty, & the Pursuit of Happiness, a new pro-life group, will be holding a rally on Tuesday, February 26th at the Rhode Island State House from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM. The rally will feature pro-life speakers in opposition to the legislation removing restrictions on abortion in the Ocean State. Members of the public are encouraged to attend.