The Rotunda #120 9/18/17 - After the fireworks from the last episode, Scott gives a quick recap of the Fecteau-Taub feud, and announces plans to bring both participants to the studio for round 2, coming up soon. Also in the first segment, you’ll want to hear Scott’s take on the 1,000 jobs RI lost in the past week, and fans of the new McCoy Stadium proposition are DEFINTELY going to be offended at Scott’s take on that expenditure, especially in light of the crumbling schools that we send our children to. Aren’t they more important than a stadium? RI’s statewide elected officials are called onto the carpet as only he can do it.
Joining the show in the second segment is Barbara Ann Fenton, catching us up on all the goings-on in Cranston, while comparing the success of RI’s soon to be second largest city with the statewide failures we have seen -- UHIP and DCYF being two lowlights that are discussed in detail.
Those wannabe conspiracy theorists who are still blaming Russia for Trumps election also get a wakeup call early in the third segment. You’ll want to hear Scott’s rationale for sure.
The Rotunda #109 6/5/17 - So, everyone, what about Kathy Griffin deep-sixing her career this week? Scott and Tyler talk about what a God-awful lack of judgement was displayed by Ms. Griffin – was the fallout appropriate? Were people as offended by the effigies of Obama that were photographed during his term, and where does civil discourse go from here? Also, Gina Raimondo was in NYC touting her college plan – why not tout in here in RI --- or is this a prelude to her entry onto the national stage? While we are at it, what’s Joe Biden’s game plan? Sure feels like he’s testing the waters for a run….
Tonight’s featured call in guests are RIGOP national committeewoman Lee Ann Sennick, who tells us what the opposition party is doing to try to gain some statewide offices and increase their population in the GA in next year’s elections. We also hear form Jeffery Sun, who is compiling a coffee table book of Trumps most popular tweets. You will definitely want to hear what inspired this author to take this project on!
The Rotunda #94 2/13/17 - This week Scott covers a veritable cornucopia of topic, ranging from the first ever Battle of the Internet Titans, to the recent spate of winter weather. Don’t you think school systems are a little too quick on the gun nowadays, cancelling school at the mere threat of a flake? Hear why that is, in this podcast. Scott’s also joined by RIGOP national committeewoman Lee Ann Sennick who fills the audience in on the goings-on at the Trump inauguration, and we hear from Devil Dog USA CEO Gonzalo Duran about the recent issues his organization has had forced upon it.
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