Mike Stenhouse: My Dad & Me – An Unfortunate Family Baseball Story

In December 2021 Major League Baseball owners “locked out” current players, a pre-emptive move calculated to gain negotiating advantage in the pending negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement. But did you know that elderly MLB retirees have been locked out for decades?

ROLAND LAVALLEE: Knowing Your Rights Isn’t Everything, Exercising Them is the Only Thing

I had to cancel several indoor ticketed January events, because Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee announced he was going to sign an executive order in the coming days that would impose yet another indoor mask mandate. To my surprise, according to the RI state website, a medical exemption would still apply.

IRREPARABLE HARM: Rhode Island Dad Tells His Story Of Mckee’s School Mask Mandate

I have two children in elementary school in Rhode Island. All summer they’ve been all over the state, including restaurants, movie theaters, gaming facilities, water parks, and trampoline parks. None of these facilities require masking, nor should they.

ARIAS FOR FREEDOM: Silent Night

Merry Christmas! Our gift to you… Claire Stadtmueller performs Silent Night, composed in 1818 in the small town of Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria by Franz Xaver Gruber with lyrics by Joseph Mohr.

School Social Worker’s Tragic Firing over Vax Mandate

Hi Ocean State Current:  I wanted to share my story with you about my experience with the healthcare mandate. I was a school social worker in a local public school for the past 4 years. I worked in person most of this pandemic, supporting the children, teachers and community. In my previous school, the teachers […]

Warwick Doctor says, “NO MASK MANDATES GOVERNOR MCKEE”

Dear Governor McKee, I am a life-long Rhode Islander, a practicing physician, and an independent voter. I am writing to you regarding the potential for another indoor mask mandate in Rhode Island, and any other potential COVID-related restrictions that people around you may suggest would be helpful. I can tell you that myself, and the […]

Rhode Island’s Human Services Workforce Crisis Causes Desperation For Mom of Autistic Child

If you reside in Rhode Island and have a child with autism, good luck. Most likely your child will be placed in an adaptive classroom and an individualized education plan will be developed for them but, unless you are very fortunate, you are going to need additional services. The saying “If you’ve met one child […]