Defeated Congressional Candidate, Waters, Seeks Appointment to Providence School Board

Allen Waters, who just two weeks ago lost his bid to unseat longtime incumbent US Congressman, David Cicilline, is seeking a new position as a member of the Providence School Board. Waters is an outspoken supporter of educational freedom and school choice. The city of Providence this year amended its charter such that the School […]

AGs demand health-care worker COVID vaccine mandate ends

Attorneys general from 22 states are urging the Biden Administration to end its mandate requiring health-care workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine if they’re employed by operators receiving Medicare and Medicaid funding.

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Election Integrity in Arizona? WATCH: Dozens of Voters Describe How Ballots NOT Counted

On Tuesday morning, The Gateway Pundit reported that when polls opened in Maricopa County at 6 am on Election Day, voters were told that the tabulators were not working. This was happening across Maricopa County and resulted in long lines and voters being told to go to another location to vote.

Planned Parenthood revenue trending up as taxpayer funding increases

Planned Parenthood’s revenues increased 16% nationwide over the past four years as private contributions and government reimbursements and grants have risen. The reproductive care organization’s total revenues increased from $1.46 billion in 2016-17 to $1.71 billion in 2020-21, according to its annual report that was recently released.

Just in – ASTONISHING: RI Supreme Court Allows Portsmouth & Bristol Government to Direct Voters Who to Vote For!

Updated Nov 7, 3:15 PM … RI’s Supreme Court has DENIED the RI GOP appeal, alleging unlawful election interference. Voters will be implicitly directed how to vote in Portsmouth and Bristol. “They can make laws as they go along,” said a disappointed Sue Cienki, RI GOP chair. “They (just) created a large hole for a […]

Rhode Island voters to decide three bond measures totaling $400 million in November

On Nov. 8, voters in Rhode Island will be deciding on three bond measures totaling $400 million.To put a legislatively referred bond question before voters, a simple majority vote is required in both the Rhode Island State Senate and the Rhode Island House of Representatives. In Rhode Island, the state General Assembly must ask voters to issue general obligation bonds over $50,000, except in the case of war, insurrection, or invasion.

Rhode Island’s Minimum Wage Among the Highest in the Nation

With decades-high inflation eroding incomes, families around the country are struggling to make ends meet. The problem is especially pronounced for those in minimum wage jobs, as the federal minimum wage stands at $7.25 an hour – and in 20 states, the minimum wage matches the federal figure.

Is the RI Department of Education About to be Sued for Violating Parental Rights?

The Ocean State Current has obtained a copy of a letter sent to RIDE Commissioner, Angelica Infante Green, from FAIR, the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism, requesting a response from the Department about changing its “Guidance for Rhode Island Schools on Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Students” policies … which FAIR claims are unconstitutional. According to […]

Election Waves: LisaMarie Leavitt, Candidate for RI House District 31

Join us for an ELECTION WAVES interview featuring LisaMarie Leavitt for Rhode Island House of Representatives District 31 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. Her ELECTION WAVES interview is premiering at 9:00am on Saturday, October 22, 2022 or on demand after!

RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity Mourns the Passing of its Founding Chairman, Dr. Daniel Harrop

His Civic, Religious, Philanthropic, and Professional Accomplishments Earned Him the Center’s Highest Honor in 2018 The of RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity mourns the passing of its founding Chairman, Dr. Daniel Harrop, who died unexpectedly this past Thursday evening.     “Dr. Harrop lived a quiet and unassuming, but enormously influential life,” said the Center’s CEO, […]

Election Waves: James Lathrop, Republican Candidate for General Treasurer

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!

Strong Words Towards Seth Magaziner From RI Right to Life

RI Right to Life says, “Check your anti-Catholic bigotry and your facts Mr. Magaziner” after a report of attacks on Mayor Allan Fung for his membership in the St. Thomas More Society of Rhode Island, a well-known mainstream fraternal society of Catholic lawyers and judges.  

U.S. Army recommends food stamps for soldiers struggling with inflation

The U.S. army is recommending soldiers apply for SNAP benefits, also known as food stamps, to help cover their rising costs from inflation. The U.S. Army cites the higher prices on a range of goods because of inflation in its recently released official guidance.

Taxpayer watchdog group lays out agenda for fighting inflation

A taxpayer watchdog group has released an “anti-inflation agenda” that it says the federal government should follow to combat the persistent inflation felt across the country. The Washington, D.C.-based National Taxpayers Union said in the recent policy paper that the agenda “could make modest and near-term contributions to reducing inflation, even though monetary policy at the Federal Reserve will still have the largest role to play.”

Election 2022: McKee ekes out Rhode Island primary win

Gov. Dan McKee survived four Democratic challengers to secure a chance at a full term as Rhode Island’s governor. McKee, who took office in March 2021 when then-Gov. Gina Raimondo accepted a position in President Joe Biden’s administration, squeezed past top challenger Helene Buonanno Folkes in Tuesday’s primary by a mere 2.7% of the vote, in unofficial results.

States reach $438.5M settlement with e-cig company Juul

Electronic cigarette company Juul will pay out $438.5 million to 33 states as part of a proposed settlement following a two-year investigation into the company’s marketing practices.

COVID-19 emergencies linger throughout U.S. 30 months into pandemic

In October 2020, the Michigan Supreme Court stripped Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of the unilateral powers she was using when she declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whitmer had been using a 1945 law – which was prompted by a three-day race riot in Detroit three years earlier – that had no sunset provision in it and didn’t require approval by the state legislature.

Nearly 5 million foreign nationals have entered the U.S. illegally since Biden took office

Since President Joe Biden took office and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas altered federal immigration policies, roughly 5 million people from over 150 countries have entered the U.S. illegally, according to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol data and border agents who provide “gotaway” numbers to The Center Square. “Gotaways” is the term CBP uses for those who’ve intentionally entered the U.S. illegally and evaded law enforcement who haven’t made asylum or immigration claims. While CBP collects “gotaway” data, it does not report that information publicly. The Center Square obtains that information from border agents themselves.

2020 Was the Deadliest Year for Rhode Island in the Last Decade

2020 was a tumultuous year in the United States. Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment surged and gun sales spiked. The murder of George Floyd also rattled confidence in law enforcement and sparked nationwide protests. Amid the turmoil, homicide cases jumped by nearly 30%, the largest single-year increase on record.

Election Waves: Doreen Costa for Senate 35, East Greenwich, North Kingstown, South Kingstown, Narragansett

Join us for an ELECTION WAVES interview featuring Niyoka Powell, candidate for Senate District One, Providence 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.

Her ELECTION WAVES interview is premiering at 5:00pm on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 or on demand after!

Election Waves: Niyoka Powell for Senate District One, Providence

Join us for an ELECTION WAVES interview featuring Niyoka Powell, candidate for Senate District One, Providence 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.

Her ELECTION WAVES interview is premiering at 5:00pm on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 or on demand after!

Feds: Food prices continued to surge in July, but overall inflation held steady

Consumer prices remained high in July but showed only a slight increase from June, a pause from months of surging prices. The Bureau of Economic Analysis Friday released the Personal Consumption Expenditure Index data, a key marker of inflation closely watched by the U.S. Federal Reserve when it makes its interest rate decisions.

Jewish university appeals to Supreme Court after it is ordered to approve LGBT club

The oldest Jewish university in the U.S. has now appealed to the Supreme Court as the next step in a lengthy battle over whether the religious school has to recognize an LGBT club. The legal battle began last year when a group of students and alumni of Yeshiva University took their university to court, demanding the school endorse an LGBTQ Pride Alliance club on campus.

This Is the City With the Most Gun Stores in Rhode Island

here are over 393 million guns in circulation in the U.S., according to estimates from the Small Arms Survey, far outnumbering the national population of 327 million. In the United States – the only country in the world home to more civilian-owned guns than people – guns are big business.

ELECTION WAVES: Paul Pence For Lt. Governor Of Rhode Island

ELECTION WAVES will conduct a series of interviews and debates with candidates running for office in Rhode Island.

Electric bus fleet, at 14 at $1.072M each, coming to Rhode Island

A new electric bus fleet will be available to public transit riders in Rhode Island. Fourteen New Flyer Xcelsior CHARGE NG buses will be delivered over the next couple of months and replace diesel-fueled buses that are in use on the R-Line, the route with the highest ridership. The buses are battery-electric powered, Gov. Dan McKee said. The R-Line connects Providence and Pawtucket.

ELECTION WAVES: Aaron Guckian For Lt. Governor Of Rhode Island

ELECTION WAVES will conduct a series of interviews and debates with candidates running for office in Rhode Island.

BREAKING: Doc Skoly Legal Team Seeks Public Trial and Damages – Documents Released

Doc Skoly’s legal team files lawsuit seeking damages and public trial after his practice was shutdown when he refused to take the covid-19 vaccine because of valid medical concerns.

Rhode Island training program to support offshore wind sector

Rhode Island residents seeking employment in offshore wind will benefit from a new training program. Gov. Dan McKee, along with labor and higher education officials and officials from Orsted and Eversource, announced Wednesday a new partnership that brings together higher education, workforce development, and labor organizations that is designed to provide state residents with the education and training necessary to work in the energy sector.

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