The Wild Side #470 2/2/21 - In this spicy edition of the Wild Side podcast new host Pal welcomes in political activist and influencer Ned Ryun to discuss last month's "insurrection" and the long term plan for conservatives and republicans alike.
Also in this edition co host Fir E Man and Pal pick apart AOC's latest batch of lies and host of WBOB's Car Grumps VIP Primo sits down to discuss and impossible but cool concept on four wheels.
The Wild Side #469 1/26/21 - The longest running podcast on 990WBOB has gotten a reboot. After two plus years as host of the show Tyler Salk has moved onto his own project. WBOB editor and personality Pal has taken the captain's chair with an attitude problem and a big voice.
In this edition long time friend of the station and editor and chief of ConservativeFiringLine.com Joe Newby sets the record straight on the mainstream's spin regarding Biden and his administration.
Plus Chris & Mike from the Two Doomed Men podcast weigh in on not only the impeachment but how the US can heal or reunite.
The Wild Side #468 1/19/21 - The election results are official, and Joe Biden will be serving at the 46th President of the United States. What will the nation’s economy look like under him? Tyler is joined by Donna Sowa Allard of the Sowa Financial Group to break it down.
Will Amazon being opening a location in Johnston? After some top notch digging… Tyler still doesn’t have an answer. But what would it mean for Rhode Island if the rumors are true?
The Wild Side Interview Segment #467 1/12/2021 - Governor Raimondo is leaving for Washington, and Lieutenant Governor Dan McKee is slated to lead the Ocean State. But who will take his position? Tyler is joined by one of the hopefuls for the position, Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt, to discuss why she’s wants the job.
The Wild Side #466 1/5/21 - President Trump is said to have lost the 2020 election, but along with Senators like Ted Cruz, is fighting to stay in Washington. Should he be? Tyler gives his take on the situation at hand.
Cranston has new leadership, beyond the mayoral position. With Council President Michael Farina term limited, Councilman Chris Paplauskas has been appointed the leader. Twenty-four hours after the announcement, he joined Tyler to discuss his plans for Rhode Island’s second largest city.
The Wild Side #465 12/15/20 - After months without discussion, the Rhode Island House has put together the budget for 2021. Despite all of the financial struggles being caused by the pandemic, the proposed budget will be raised. Tyler is joined by State House insider Doreen Costa to discuss.
The vaccine has arrived, but does that mean we’re out of the woods? Dr. Luis-Daniel Munoz MD, a member of Governor Raimondo’s RI Reopening Equity Council, spoke with Tyler about what’s next for RI, and when we might go back to “normal.”
The Wild Side #464 12/01/20 - Rhode Island has officially entered its “two week pause.” But what happens when the two weeks are up? Will restrictions stay the same? Will there be less restrictions? More? Tyler breaks it down.
Some of the two week pause restrictions impact bars and restaurants. David Dadekian of EatDrinkRI joined Tyler to discuss just how they’ll be affected. For a list of local restaurants and bars that you can support, click here.
Also, the guys at 990WBOB officially announced the upcoming roast of Scott Rotondo.
The Wild Side #463 11/24/20 - Coronavirus crippled the small business community and hospitality industry. In areas based on tourism, the losses hurt the entire town. Westerly Councilor and Misquamicut Business Association Executive Director Caswell Cooke spoke with Tyler about Westerly’s economy after a lost summer.
Small businesses are still asking for more help. Morgan Snyder of Buttonwoods Brewery spoke with Tyler about how his business has been hurt by the pandemic.
The Wild Side #462 11/17/20 - Teachers unions across Rhode Island want to go back to distance learning, but Governor Raimondo and her team insist upon having in person learning? What should the state do? Tyler breaks it down.
Tyler is also joined by Harry Kazianis from the Center for the National Interest to talk about how the Biden administration will handle foreign affairs.
The Wild Side #460 11/10/20 - With the pandemic causing even more economic stress on the state of Rhode Island, should the state legalize marijuana to make up for lost revenue? Emily Cotter, the co-owner of Lovewell Farms and a member of the Rhode Island Medical Marijuana Patients Coalition, spoke with Tyler about what legalizing recreational usage would do for the state.
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