Wild Side #359 6/26/2018 – The 4th of July is around the corner but the fireworks have started early.
As of Tuesday, June 26, 2018, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump Muslim Travel Ban by the final decision of 5-4. What are the ramifications of this decision going forward for all Americans? Also what's going on with the Left? Why are they cheering the manager of the Red Hen for the same actions that they were calling for the firing of the baker in Colorado that refused to make a same-sex marriage wedding cake? Why is Rep. Maxine Waters calling for the harassment of Trump administrative workers? Host Tyler Salk discusses and breaks down all those topics.
Joining the show is Nick Costa, Media Producer, to talk about the recent developments of the state of the PawSox stadium debate. According to Nick, the new bill proposal has the city of Pawtucket on the hook for $23 million of the $83+ million needed for the new stadium with the rest of the money coming from PawSox ownership. Will that help keep the PawSox in Pawtucket or will they bolt for Worcester, Massachusetts? Even if the new stadium is built, what are the plans for it when we're out of the baseball season? Nick discusses with Tyler.
Derelict Dummies #251 4/23/18 - It was all music in this episode with guests Eric Shane from Eric and the Nothing and former talk radio producer Nick Costa’s new project What Happened. Two very different genres of music debuting their latest recorded efforts. Dummy Bob Giusti is the drummer for Eric and Dummy Kris and yet even mild roasting was avoided.
Wild Side #340 1/23/18 - Back by popular demand, it's the Tyler & Bob duo filling in for Professor Clyde.
And for the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump as POTUS, the two discuss what has he done (has he drained the swamp yet?), who he has angered (everybody on the Left, most on the Right, and a good chunk of Hollywood), and how much it has affected the country and its citizens.
Joining them on the air is a slew of guests
Up first, is WBOB's own political commentator Kevin Aherne to talk about the Rhode Island restaurant scene, including the debacle with prominent Federal Hill restauranteur Gianfranco Marrocco. Then, The Rotunda's Scott Rotundo calls in to discuss the news that Amazon isn't coming to the Ocean State, and its fallout, including answering the question: where did it all go wrong for Rhode Island?
Finally, WPRO's Nick Costa joins the show to provide insights on the Pawtucket Red Sox situation, including whether or not they will leave Pawtucket and what that could mean for the Ocean State.
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