The Rotunda #213 10/28/19 - Forbes contributor Ted Siedle, the "Sam Spade of Money Management" joins The Rotunda in the third segment to talk about his findings on the Rhode Island public pension funds - and how our then-Treasurer, and current Governor, put in place actions that harmed retirees while helping Wall Street. If your blood isn't boiling when you hear that a big part of those funds are potentially offshore in the Cayman Islands, I don't know what to tell you.
We also take on bullying, as Christine Miller talks about her daughter Quinn, and the bullying she has endured, all because she likes playing football. We've all dealt with bullying in some shape or form, but this young woman's fortitude is remarkable!
In a Rotunda first, a THIRD guest is also heard from - Pat Sullivan from WBOB's College Football Impact - if you're not already a fan of the college game this will convince you to check it out for sure!
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