RI Red Radio #66 7/15/19 - Disney releases the live action remake of The Lion King. It's racist and Allan has a field day.
Nationwide ICE raids have begun and Allan has updates as well as updates on former acting ICE Director Tom Homan day on the Hill.
Allan's guest tonight will be Cranston's Mayor Allan Fung to talk about some recent criticism from a now deleted tweet from a Providence state employee, plus more on Providence schools and Wallethub's bottom ranking of RI's business climate.
Nancy Pelosi goes after The Squad, the Squad calls her racist, the Congressional Black Caucus hits back on accusations of racism and the Squad strikes back at the Congressional Black Caucus and Allan has the replay.
The Wild Side #394 5/14/19 - Tyler is joined by Cranston Mayor Allan Fung to discuss Governor Raimondo signing the Evergreen Bills. What does the signing mean for the citizens of Rhode Island?
Tyler also discusses two recent Presidential campaign announcements and previews our upcoming fundraiser.
Wild Side #378 1/8/2019 - Tyler starts off 2019 off with a bang on the Wild Side with two prominent guests. Joining him n the first half of the show is RI Rep. Moira Walsh to about what the Democrat party has planed for Rhode Island in 2019. Then in the second half, Tyler is joined by former GOP RI Gubernatorial candidate and current Mayor of the Cranston Allan Fung as two discuss what Mayor Fung has in store for the city in 2019.
Bartholomewtown Radio #11 10/16/18 -Bill Bartholomew recaps Monday night’s RI gubernatorial debate, including an exclusive post debate check in with Republican nominee, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung. We also talk RI politics with Christian Winthrop of The Newport Buzz, and hear from NBC 10’s R.J. Heim!
Rhode Island Red Radio #3 9/17/18 - Allan has your primary recap plus joining Allan is Rhode Island's Republican candidate Mayor Allan Fung of Cranston discussing his campaign and his plan to fix Rhode Island.
Guess who has the Democrats and GOP Campaign Platform for 2018? Allan compares, contrasts and has a good laugh as he reviews the Dems "immigration" platform and discusses the death of Evelyn Rodriguez and her daughter 2 years ago at the hands of MS-13. Do you know how many MS-13 members gave been released in Rhode Island?
What is voting etiquette and why does being a sore winner suck for everyone?
The Rotunda #165 9/10/18 - GOP gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung calls into The Rotunda tonight to talk about his candidacy for Governor in our third segment, as Scott questions him on how he would stop recent graduates from leaving the state, and what he would do to get state government to work better for all Rhode Islanders – from attracting businesses here, even reworking DCYF, to be able to better fulfill its mandate. It’s a conversation you won’t want to miss.
Boombastic Films’ Matthew Fisher calls in as well, and gives the audience some inside info on the world of movie production. This is an up and coming talent, and you will be able to say you heard about him here first!
The Rotunda #146 4/9/18 - Cranston mayor Allan Fung calls in to The Rotunda to tell us about his track record as mayor of one of Rhode Islands largest cities and his plans for moving Rhode island forward as its governor. Also joining the show is singer and songwriter Dean Petrella from The Complaints – this fun segment showcases his, and the bands, contributions to date and shows up all why they are still a must-see show in Rhode Island and all over the East Coast!
Of course no show is complete without the Social Justice Jerk of the week – this time Scott takes on his biggest target yet, you won’t believe this one! And what does Scott think of the new URI basketball coaching hire? Did he have a dark horse that might have been a better (and also controversial) choice?
The Rotunda #126 10/30/17 - This week, Scott has two amazing guests call into WBOB: Jackie Zukerman, CEO of JZ Social Enterprises shares her story of building up a business from the ground up, right out of her apartment, to the point that her podcast, the Social Scene, now has almost 200,000 clicks! She also generously shares some tips for how to get yourself more publicized on social media.
The midway segment brings Cranston Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung. Allan shares his reasons for running for governor this time around, touching on many issues that he feels were wither mishandles or not given the proper attention by the current administration. He also shares the poignant story about how the UHIP debacle has affected his own family. You will also want to hear the contract of how Mayor Fung has enticed businesses to come to Cranston and stay, as opposed to doling out tax breaks for companies that leave soon after (Alexion, we are looking at you).
Scott also shoots from the lip and isn’t shy about his take on the protesters outside Governor Raimondo’s home, the newest intrigue with the PawSox negotiations, and a fresh new fact running for Lieutenant Governor. Who is it, you ask? Tune in and find out!
The Rotunda #108 5/29/2017 – Tyler Salk ihosts this week's edition of the show and he’s joined by Ryan Fox from Psycho Sports as the two begin the show with recapping F Bomb Friday, which everybody had fun raising money to help veterans.
During this episode, Mayor Allan Fung joins. Mayor Fung talks about what his city tried to do for Memorial Day hadn’t it been for the rain, how he’s against Governors Gina Raimondo’s funded college tuition program (how it’s adding more to the state’s budget deficit), and the future of the city of Cranston among other topics.
Also they breakdown a multitude of topics such as Notre Dame students walking out on VP Mike Pence’s graduation, the fallout of the Manchester Bombings and how many people on the left are refusing to acknowledge the problem, and more.
The Rotunda #105 5/8/17 - Tonight Scott and Tyler lead off with a story of a local community successfully pushing back against an asphalt plant planned for their neighborhood, and eulogize the Ringling Bros. circus. From there they expand into a discussion on sanctuary cities and the new Texas law that prohibits them in that state.
Joining the discussion is Cranston mayor Allan Fung, who fills the listeners in on the great goings-on in Cranston, and we also hear from local Pawtucket cemetery volunteer Ken Postle, who is getting the word out on new state regulations that may threaten his kind of volunteerism.
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