All best to the Central Falls Charter Commission. Here’s hoping Councilman James Diossa is right on when he tells the Projo, “The charter commission is going to bring the community out and get them engaged and involved.”
Portsmouth Rep. Dan Reilly’s parents, who are the biggest income tax evaders in the state, are not claiming to the state Supreme Court that they don’t owe $1.3 million in back taxes, they are simply arguing that the state didn’t ask for it soon enough and thus kicks in the statute of limitations. Talk about being embarrassed by your parents!
RINP estimated there were about 1,000 people at the rally for the Woonsocket cross. Mayor Leo Fontaine guessed there were 1,500 people. John DePetro, who never met a fact he couldn’t bend to suit his own purposes, said there were 2,000 people there. Either way, the establishment clause of the Constitution is not a popularity contest.
And speaking of organized religion … Rhode Island is no longer the most Catholic state. That dubious distinction now belongs to Massachusetts.
Here’s a list of ALEC’s top 5 anti-environment pieces of model legislation.
Is the sailor kissing a woman at the end of World War II in the famous Life magazine picture a Rhode Islander?
Turns out Mitt Romney didn’t want his foreign policy communications guy to talk. Why? Because he’s gay.
Politifact: it’s true that URI has the second lowest paid public college professors in the region.