The Franchise #157 3/26/18 - Team Franchise talks to JR and Brendan from Newport Craft Brewing and Distilling Company to talk about all the upcoming changes to the company and their beer and spirits releases coming soon. They also welcome Dave from BeerBrosBs.com, a beer podcast out of Florida, to talk FLA crazy beer releases and Sprung Spring Beer festival. The show closes dowwn with a brand new brew from Turning Point Brewery out of Texas for this week's featured "On Air Beer Share".
Wild Side #347 3/27/2018 - Tyler and Bob breakdown and discuss the Million Lives March as well as how effective it was. Not to mention the recent trend among those on the Left to essentially repeal the 2nd Amendment as well as the Austin Bomber, including how the police were able to catch the bomber based off what he was purchasing for materials and where he was purchasing them, the debate on whether or not skin color was the basis of how he was portrayed in the media.
This week's featured guests included Joe Newby from Conservative Firing Line to discuss today's youth and our society. Along with Johnny K who pulls in to give his two cents talks about the recent student walkouts about gun control.
The show wraps up with WBOB contributor and R.I. Liberatarian Party member Tony Jones to talk about a bill that'll be presented during November elections. On that bill, it would essentially decriminalize marijuana as well as allow it to be taxable and put the age limit of accessibility to either 18 or 21. Not to mention that he talks about RI gubernatorial candidate Giovanni Feroce and his chances as a 3rd party candidate for the upcoming RI Governor election in November. Does an independent candidate have a chance to win? Tony discusses.
Psycho Sports #257 3/27/2018 - Tyler and Ryan breakdown the tow big teams that all fans in the Northeast should keep an eye on: your Boston Red Sox and those darn New York Yankees. How stacked is their lineup with the addition of Giancarlo Stanton to their lineup? Will Didi Gregorius continue his trend of getting better and better with each new season? Which young player should you pay attention to? How will their rotation look going into the season?
Then joining the show is Nick Friar of WSAR Radio & the New Bedford Standard Times, to talk all things Boston Red Sox. How will SP David Price fare in 2018 after a 2017 campaign that was marred with an elbow injury? What is the state of the Red Sox rotation? Will pitchers Hector Velazquez & Brian Johnson be able to stay at the majro league level or are they just place-holders? Who will be catching for the Red Sox this season? Nick discusses with Tyler.
The Rotunda #145 3/26/18 - In a shocking development, Scott’s first segment is pre-empted by WOBOB founder Pal, who informs Scott that on the previous edition of the WildSide, Professor Clyde turned up the heat on the handsome ghost of The Rotunda. You have to hear the clip that was captured of that whole rant, and decide for yourself: If there something to all of this, is Scott really that nasty person being described, or is the good Professor simply jealous of Scott’s roguish good looks and clear fashion style? The show ends with Derelict Dummies co-host and erstwhile WildSide co-host Bob Giusti getting grilled for his complacency in the simmering feud. Is her really Switzerland – neutral to the end, or is he in cohoots with Clyde? Listen and determine for yourselves.
Sandwiched between these segments are Independent gubernatorial candidate Luis Munoz and the youngest person to serve the town of Hopkinton, Joshua Bedoya.
Derelict Dummies 3/26/18 #247 - This week, Bob and Kris give their insight on the “March For Our Lives” and how the youth of today can help shape the future by acts like this. The Dummies also explain how the chemicals in our food are ruining our bodies causing a more unhealthy America.
The Rotunda #143 3/19/18 - RI Relevant’s Russell J. Moore and longtime friend of the show Cameron Pond give their viewpoints on the recent high school walkouts, in remembrance of the lives lost in the Parkland HS Valentine’s Day attack. Whether you are for or against the walkouts, listen to the second and third segments and you just may come away from the discussion with some idea of how the opposition, the ‘other side’ views things.
Scott also talks about the Confederate statues still standing in the South, and what should be done with them, in his first segment. It’s a unique viewpoint that you don’t want to miss!
The Franchise #156 3/20/18 - Ferro and Chris welcome Ian Cory from InvisibleOranges.com on to talk some heavy metal and hardcore music. The "On Air Beer Share" spotlights Newport Craft Brewing and Distilling Company's Rhode Trip Vic Secret. Also tunes and beer news!
Wild Side #346 3/20/18 - The Wild Side welcomes back the father of the program, David Clyde, to mark his first in studio appearance after his diagnosis with cancer. Dave, Tyler and Bob break down an array of topics covering the latest in the world.
Independent candidate for governor, Luis Daniel Munoz, stops by to discuss the latest in his campaign. What do you need to know about the youngest candidate on the ballot? And why should you consider giving him your vote?
Bill Gilbert, the chairman of Rhode Island’s Moderate Party, joins the group to discuss what is going on with R.I.’s third party. Do they have any candidates that you need to know about? What are their takes on some of the states largest issues?
Former Boston Red Sock, and the founder of Rhode Island’s Center for Freedom and Prosperity, Mike Stenhouse elaborates on his team and what they stand for. Should athletes political voices be overlooked? Should the Paw Sox ownership group leave the team in the state?
The professor is BACK. At least for now. Take your seats. The bell has rung and class is in session.
Derelict Dummies #246 3/19/18 - The Dummies lamented those technologies and inventions that were somehow suppressed by either big business or government. Once again their keen sense of street politics came in handy with their take on the Trump's administrations firings and resignations. They also discussed the "follow of the money" for Kushner's pay for politics and wrapped up with great tunes and ridiculous theories that only these puffers can handle. I'm sure your curiosity is peaked for this one.
Psycho Sports #256 3/20/2018 - If there is one thing more mad than March Madness is this episode of Psycho Sports. Both Tyler and Ryan get into a heated argument over the tournament where both sides decide to call each other out over something that we can't say here but you're going to have to listen.
Also joining the show is Jake Levin, Patriots reporter for NBC Boston, to talk all things New England Patriots. How will the signing of wideout/special teams captain Matt Slater affect the team going forward? Will the newcomers from the Cleveland Browns (NT Danny Shelton & CB Jason McCourty) fare in a totally new environment? Who will fill the Giant gap left by Nate Solder on the offensive line? What's the status of All-Pro TE Rob Gronkowski going forward? Jake answers these questions plus more.
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