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.

  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.

     

  3. DogDiesel

    On its IRS-990 report, the Foundation says its website is at 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

  4. j. harker

    OK, I’ll bite. In response,
    This article speaks to current conditions, elsewhere:
    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:

     

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

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

     

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

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