RI Red Radio #154 6/16/20 - It’s the RI Red Radio #GayPride episode, the conservative edition. Allan discusses why the two latest LGBT rulings by SCOTUS are good and why NO ONE has taken away anyone’s rights. Joining Allanis George Mack to discuss why @realDonaldTump continues to be an ally to the LGBT community.
The Wild Side #444 6/16/20 - We only refer to The Ocean State as “Rhode Island,” but it’s full name is upsetting several community members because of the association of the word “plantation” with slavery. Governor Raimondo says that the 2020 ballot will include a question asking Rhode Islanders about shortening the name of the state, and says that she’ll consider taking action if the vote doesn’t go her way. Tyler discusses whether the state’s name should change, and whether or not Raimondo threatening to override the vote threatens democracy.
Former State Representative Doreen Costa joined Tyler to speak about the 2020 state budget, changing the name of the state, and more.
The Rotunda #243 6/15/20 - America's Got Talent quarter finalist Julia Scotti calls in to The Rotunda to talk about her career in comedy, and how she got into the business. What was it like being on AGT? Who are her
comedic influences? A fun conversation that you will love!
Local restaurant owner Alicia Calci of Sweet Dee's Cafe & Cupcakery shares her experience as a small business owner, navigating the troubled waters of COVID-19 compliance, both before the shutdown and coming out of it.
There's also the usual assortment of local and national current events, including my thoughts on athlete's kneeling for our national anthem. Give this a listen and a like!
RI Red Radio #153 6/15/20 - We’re not even halfway through the year and Allan discusses what crisis could be next. Plus updates on the 2020 protests, race riots, defunding the police, and of course CHAZ. Joining me is Editor-in-Chief of Conservative Media Group, Ron Park, to discuss truckers refusing to deliver to cities with defunded police.
Well Played #52 6/15/20 - Your nerds at 9 are back for another jam-packed episode of Well Played! Mike and Pete give you their thoughts on the reveal of the new PlayStation 5 and how it stacks up with Microsoft's Xbox Series X console.
The new Call Of Duty Warzone Season 4 update is out; worth the playtime? Pete gives you the specifics of what changes to look forward to. Also, 2 possible teams OUT of the Rocket League Championship Series? Who could they be?
To close out the night, the guys give you a special segment with Fun Gag Gifts to Give Your Dad for Father’s Day. All of this and more on Well Played!
RI Red Radio #152 6/9/20 - Allan discusses the growing calls to defund and disband the police and Sheriff Thomas Hodgson from the Bristol County Sheriff's Office weighs in. Allan also talks about the question about the elderly man who was pushed by Buffalo police, Obamagate updates and wokeness in the U.K. And is J.K. Rowling right? Can only women menstruate?
The Wild Side #443 6/9/20 - Mayor Fung has been Cranston’s leader for as long as anyone can remember. But as Cranston gets closer to their election, the city will look for a new leader due to Fung being term-limited. Tyler is joined by City Councilor Ken Hopkins to discuss his campaign. Hopkins has received Fung’s endorsement.
Following the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis has decided to defund their police department. Some officials in Providence want the same thing for Rhode Island’s capital city. Tyler breaks it down.
The Rotunda #242 6/8/20 - Longtime friend of the show Cameron Pond calls in to discuss the demonstrations held across the country in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Will this, finally, be the tipping point towards ending the idiotic practice of hating people because of something as superficial as skin pigmentation?
Local musician Steve Demers makes his Rotunda debut, as we talk about the difficulties that musicians are having especially in these trying times. What are some of the unique challenges and is it actually easier to connect over social media live broadcasts than in person?
There's a ton of local and national content in here as well, including my thoughts on the Allies Donuts debacle. Tune in and give this a listen and a like!
The Wild Side #422 6/2/20 - Following riots and looting in Providence, Tuesday came with alerts of more riots. Tyler covers the latest riot news in the state.
Jim Hummel of the Hummel Report spoke with Tyler about LT. Governor Dan McKee’s involvement in state government particularly during the coronavirus pandemic.
RI Red Radio #149 6/1/20 - Allan has your updates on the protests and riots spreading across the nation in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. Editor in Chief of Conservative Media Group, Ron Park joins Allan to to talk about the growing number of riots. Plus more on China, Hong Kong’s autonomy, Obagate and SpaceX
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