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Coalition Talk Radio: In Conversation With Michael Riley We Talk The Market

Michael G Riley is Rhode Island’s Authority On, Well, The Market Not just the futures markets … Not just the stock markets … Not just the bond markets … The Market. Get it? We’ll Talked GameStop .. That Movie Company .. Really? Blackberry? And More … #STONKS He joined the[Read More…]

by February 1, 2021

Andrew Cooperrider-Brewed. He Defied An Order To Close – Now He’s Leading A Governor’s Impeachment

Andrew Cooperrider of Brewed. Leading the charge to Reopen Kentucky … And America. He fought the law, and he’s winning … for all of us. And about that Governor … #impeachandy Please Subscribe To This YouTube Channel? The Coalition Talk Radio Outrage Porn Free, Civilly Disobedient Media! The Coalition Talk[Read More…]

by February 1, 2021

Coalition Talk Radio: Yemen 101 – In Conversation With Scott Horton 1/28/2021

Scott Horton. The Supreme End The War Warrior Live! @ www.Facebook.com/TheCoalitionRadio Let’s End War. Now. The Coalition Talk Radio Outrage Porn Free, Civilly Disobedient Media! The Coalition Talk Radio! Tues-Friday @ 7PM Till ? Like Us /Watch US @ https://www.facebook.com/TheCoalitionTalkRadio Follow Us @ Twitter Coalition_Radio #FreeRoss  

by February 1, 2021

FORMERLY INCARCERATED COMMUNITY MEMBERS, LOVED ONES, AND ALLIES RALLY AT THE ACI FOR THE RELEASE OF INCARCERATED INDIVIDUALS DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

At 3pm on Sunday, January 31st, Rhode Islanders concerned for the wellbeing of those incarcerated in the state’s carceral facilities circled the premises of the Adult Correctional Institutions (ACI) in a car rally. Drivers taped posters to their windows in protest of the Rhode Island Department of Corrections’ (RIDOC) mishandling[Read More…]

by February 1, 2021

ACLU FILES OPEN RECORDS LAWSUIT AGAINST ATTORNEY GENERAL ON BEHALF OF ROGER WILLIAMS LAW STUDENT

American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island lawyers today filed an Access to Public Records Act (APRA) lawsuit against the state’s Attorney General, challenging a $225 fee his office has charged a Roger Williams University Law School student in order to provide her copies of public reports that state law specifically requires[Read More…]

by January 29, 2021

Boston Takes Part In Global Day of Action, Rep. Khanna Renews Support for War Powers Resolution to End War in Yemen

California Congressman Joined 385 Organizations Across 25 Countries In Day of Protest Against The War Yesterday Massachusetts Peace Action took part in the Global Day of Action for Yemen, an effort to pressure President Joe Biden to fulfill his promise and put an end to the US role in the[Read More…]

by January 26, 2021

UPDATE ON PORTSMOUTH POLITICAL SIGN BAN LAWSUIT CONTROVERSY

  Pending a ruling on the merits of the lawsuit filed against the Town on Friday, Portsmouth officials have agreed not to issue a summons to Michael DiPaola to enforce its sign ordinance for his display of signs on his property on Bristol Ferry Road. The agreement was made at[Read More…]

by January 26, 2021

ACLU FILES BRIEF IN U.S. SUPREME COURT IN MAJOR “SEARCH AND SEIZURE” CASE FROM RHODE ISLAND

Joining with groups that span the ideological spectrum, the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island has filed a “friend of the court” brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in a case raising significant issues concerning the scope of Fourth Amendment protections and police warrantless searches of the home. The brief argues that[Read More…]

by January 25, 2021

Embattled Union Head Only Labor Union Appointment To McKee Transition Team

In a surprise move, Democratic Governor In Waiting Dan McKee’s recently announced transition team included only 1 representative of organized labor. And that representative? Armand Sabatoni, General Secretary – Treasurer of LIUNA. The embattled Union representing dealers at Twin River Casinos The situation at Twin River appears to be dire:[Read More…]

by January 25, 2021

January 25: The World Says NO To The War In Yemen. Massachusetts Participates In The Global Day Of Action

  On Monday January 25, Massachusetts residents will join our brothers and sisters in 17 countries around the world to lend our voices to the world’s cry for an end to the war on Yemen. We will demand that U.S. military contractors stop providing Saudi Arabia with bombs and other[Read More…]

by January 23, 2021