Co-editor of Progressive Charlestown. RI native who returned to RI after 25 years of work in Washington DC as an organizing director for national grassroots environment organizations and as a strategic campaigner for the AFL-CIO.

4 responses to “RISC-y Spending”

  1. dubnotdubya

    You’ve done amazing work in these posts. Thank you.

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  2. leftyrite

    Hey, this is great, and right on time for the zeitgeist of the fall.

    Wishing you cool climes.

    Progressive, in-depth, fact-based journalism. What a concept.

     

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  3. DogDiesel

    On its IRS-990 report, the Foundation says its website is at http://www.riscfoundation.com. The problem is you won’t find a website at that address. Further, according to Archive.org[1], there apparently never was such a website.”
    Really?
    Domain ID:D152907732-LROR
    Domain Name:RISCFOUNDATION.ORG
    Created On:05-Jun-2008 14:21:47 UTC
    Last Updated On:21-Oct-2010 00:35:18 UTC
    Expiration Date:05-Jun-2018 14:21:47 UTC
    Sponsoring Registrar:Network Solutions, LLC (R63-LROR)
    Status:CLIENT TRANSFER PROHIBITED
    Registrant ID:27395215-NSIV

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  4. j. harker

    OK, I’ll bite. In response,
    This article speaks to current conditions, elsewhere:
    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/05/13/148607/hefty-salaries-perks-for-union.html
    This article speaks our state’s woeful ability to attract new jobs and taxable revenue:

     

    http://www.taxfoundation.org/article/2012-state-business-tax-climate-index

    This article speaks to our state’s impending implosion of overpromised benefits:

     

    http://www.online.barrons.com/article/barrons_cover.html

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