The Wild Side #385 3/12/19 - Tyler is joined by director of the R.I. Center of Freedom and Prosperity and former Red Sox first baseman Mike Stenhouse to discuss what needs to change with sales tax in Rhode Island.
Tyler also discusses Pizza Hut implementing a policy where customers pay for seasonings, and why they have to do that. Are similar measures going to be found all over the Ocean State?
He also discusses why calling Celtics fans racist for not blaming a white player for the team’s struggles is a problem.
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.
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