Happy Victory Day, Rhode Island. We make our case to change the holiday’s name here. And here’s another story that points out some reasons to do away with the holiday. This, by the way, wouldn’t be a bad tradition to replace Victory Day with.
I’m often confounded with how the conservative media works, as some of it doesn’t seem to make any sense. The Projo editorial board makes a case for Paul Ryan being less conservative than he’s given credit for because he voted to fund two wars … which is considerably less misleading than WPRO’s headline on the Ryan/Romney story: “VP Pick Ryan seen as Romney’s bridge across the GOP spectrum”
Speaking of WPRO, did anyone notice yet the irony that John DePetro dedicated a portion of Friday’s show to chastising Mike Tyson for not owning up to his raping a Rhode Island woman. Later that day, news broke that he was being sued by a co-worker for sexual harassment.
What’s going on with Rhode Island – or the world, for that matter – when a town like Jamestown turns its back on clean energy?
Shark week in Rhode Island? Or at least on GoLocal.
Happy birthday, Fidel Castro. The Cuban dictator turns 86 today.