The Rotunda #157 7/9/18 - Matt Fecteau and Nathan Luciano call in to The Rotunda tonight – Matt talks at length about the Democrat endorsement issues and the hows and whys of some of the questionable endorsements that went down. He also mentions an interesting fact about gubernatorial candidate Matt Brown – since he and Fecteau share many of the sames ideas, where was Brown when Fecteau ran for Congress in 2014? And you definitely do not want to miss his take on the upcoming mayoral election in Pawtucket – what does he think of Norton’s chances against an incumbent? Nathan updates us on his campaign for State Rep in District 61, and why he feels really good about his chances. He also gives an inside look at the RIGOP nomination of Allan Fung as their endorsed candidate – was it indeed ‘rigged’ as some have claimed? Tune in to find out!
Remember Little House in the Prarie? Believe it or not, the author responsible for the series has had her anme streipped form a literary award that was named for her – why? This gets covered in the first segment. Listen in and decide for youirself if you’re outraged over this. As serious as the first segment is, the last is funny – we have a special first-time guest to The Rotunda sitting in!
The Rotunda #136 1/22/18 - This episode has a little bit of everything. Scott goes north of the border again and has CFL podcaster Alex Dormuth join the show to talk about the CFL. For folks who want to get their football fix in the NFL offseason, there’s not a better place than the CFL. How come there’s only three downs? What exactly is an import ration, and can someone please explain a crossover rule? You’ll find out all this and more in the second segment as these two Saskatchewan Roughrider fans hash it out.
You ever think about running for office, and what motivates someone to put their name out here? Nathan Luciano has that covered in the third segment. The Pawtucket GOP chair has tossed his hat into the ring for the vacant State Senate seat and is facing a primary opponent. Can a member of the minority party break the Democrat vise grip on that seat? Tune in and listen to Nathan’s plans to get this done!
Of course, no recent episode is complete without Scott’s Social Justice Jerk of the week. This new segment is getting a LOT of buzz, and he certainly swings for the fences this time. Who gets the dubious distinction this week? And what’s Scott’s thoughts on the latest RI budget? Have a listen and find out!
Providing quality original thought provoking audio commentary informing and entertaining the globe since 2007