The Rotunda #190 4/15/19 - Scott returns to his roots tonight int he second segment, with a conversation with the folks at White Dog Distilling in Pawtucket. We learn about how they got their start, the differences between moonshine, whiskey, and just how they get that smoky taste into their bourbon? A fun interview with an up and coming business that we should all patronize.
Stratfor contributor Austin Duckworth calls in for the third segment, as we talk about lessons learned from the Marathon Bombing, Olympic security and the fine balancing act that must be done between keeping people safe, and letting them enjoy an event.
As if all that wasn't enough, we have VOA's Fun Bobby sitting in for the first segment, and he joins Scott in talking about some interesting factoids about our tax process here in the US. Then, as the show begins its fourth segment, a rivalry is renewed between Scott and fellow WBOB personality Tyler Salk. What happened? You'll have to listen in to find out!
Five years after the Boston Marathon bombings, security expert and Stratfor contributor Austin Duckworth joins Tyler Salk and Kevin Aherne to elaborate on the precautions taken in this year’s running.
Candidate for Governor, Luis Daniel Muñoz stops by prior to his open forum event to further discuss his platform for Rhode Island. What does he think the state needs to do about education? Should the Paw Sox stay in Rhode Island? And why did he skip the first gubernatorial debate?
Plus, WBOB favorites Joe Ferro, Scott Rotondo, and the one and only David Clyde also sit in to discuss the latest rumblings surrounding Syria.
The Wild Side #342 2/6/18 - Tyler Salk and Bob Giusti break down everything in the world of politics as they continue to fill in for David Clyde. In this must-listen episode, Rhode Island gubernatorial candidate Joe Trillo joins to discuss his campaign as an Independent and what sets him apart from the other candidates.
Also welcomed to the show is Stratfor contributor and security specialist from the University of Texas, Austin Duckworth, who breaks down the security measures take for the Super Bowl and the Olympic Games. What do you need to know for your next outing to a sporting event?
Plus, Johnny K hops on board to recap everything, from Trillo, to the latest comments from Hillary. What does the Truckin' White Boy think of everything going on in the world?
Wild Side #325 9/26/2017 - It just seems that nowadays politics and sports just go hand in hand. With NFL players kneeling during the national anthem and then the POTUS calling them out and saying that they should be fired, Professor Clyde has had enough and decides to lay down some Wild Side law (the only knee that's gonna be on the ground is Clyde's after he bends the NFL over his knee and gives it a good spanking).
But the biggest blend of politics & sports comes in the form of the Olympics. Joining this week's show is Austin Duckworth, contributor to Stratfor (a website for geopolitical intelligence platform) talks about the recent buzz of safety concern's about North Korea for the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea (50 miles from the North/South Korea border). Austin breaks down what is going on including past attempts by North Korea to sabotage the Olympics.
Also joining on the line to give his takes on North Korea situation is former co-host of the Wild Side, Johnny K, as well as talk about what steps the US should take with dealing with the likes of Kim Jung Un and give his own opinion on the NFL players kneeling.
Then the show takes a step away from sports with Farrah Prudence to discuss about what the news isn't covering: the 'comeback' of Al-Queda. What does she mean by that? Who is leading the group? Better yet...who is helping them? Farrash discusses that and more.
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