Rhode Island

22 votes

Governor Candidate Smokes Weed in Campaign Ad


Candidate for Rhode Island governor Anne Armstrong actually tokes up IN THE COMMERCIAL campaign ad. Most of her claims about "smoking weed" are unfounded, granted. But how much has the public narrative changed that we actually have government candidates toking up on camera AS AN AD???

5 votes

Rhode Island candidate lights up in ad: ‘We’ve been lied to’ by the government about pot

A gubernatorial write-in candidate in Rhode Island highlighted her support for medical marijuana in a new campaign video by admitting to using it and smoking from a small pipe on camera.


14 votes

Security Through Absurdity, Book One: Little Yellow Stickies

The first book in my series is now available on Amazon. It's called SECURITY THROUGH ABSURDITY, Book One: LITTLE YELLOW STICKIES. It's a fictionalized version of what I saw or experienced while working for a defense contractor during the lead up to Desert Storm. I have to admit, I am hiding behind fiction. But I hope people will read it. Especially people at the Daily Paul. I want everyone to pay special attention to the scenes having to do with 9/11 and PROJECT LISA, and the DARK WINTER EXERCISE. My motto here is : IT'S ALL TRUE EXCEPT FOR THE PARTS THAT ARE FAKE.


I wrote the series with the intent that, maybe, it might be a good thing to give to a family member. Maybe the book might be a good jumping off point for discussion. That it might be easier to talk about a fictional character than to talk about real life.

2 votes

Proposed Rhode Island Bill Would Effectively End Grow Rights for Patients and Caregivers! Call your Representative ASAP!

RI AG Peter Kilmartin has, once again, offered a bill that would, in effect, bring an end to growing MMj by patients and their caregivers while empowering the compassion centers. AG Kilmartin’s bill is identical to his 2013 bill except that it is more extreme in three ways:

1. It reduces the amount of permissible plants by 75% (the 2013 bill tried to reduce plant limits by 50%)

15 votes

WHOA! State Senator’s Response to Second Amendment Concerns: “Go F*k Yourself” (VIDEO)


Pro-gun control Rep. Josh Miller in foul-mouthed retort

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars.com | March 25, 2014

Pro-gun control State Senator Josh Miller (D) has a message for second amendment advocates who are concerned the legislation he is backing would turn them into criminals; “Go f**k yourself”.

Infowars correspondent Dan Bidondi approached Miller and other lawmakers at the Rhode Island State House where a slew of anti-second amendment legislation was set to be heard later that evening.

9 votes

Why Was The American Peoples Gold Confiscated In 1934 ? The Real Reason ?

My answer { With a little help from Jim Sinclair } is:

Because at the international level in 1933/34 and back to {1792} to 1971 U.S. paper dollars were "Redeemable" in physical Gold.

As the U.S. slowly ran out of physical Gold because of this practice, Mr. Roosevelt declared that Gold was no longer to be used as money by " We the People", in the USA.{1934}

However, in my opinion, since Gold is no longer used as money, confiscation of Gold/Silver is no longer a threat to the American public, who may hold physical Gold.

5 votes

7th Grader suspended for 2" Arcade Toy Gun KEYCHAIN! More Anti-Gun Hoplophobic Hypochondria

WATCH 7th Grader Suspended For Gun Keychain Size Of Quarter

Published on Sep 28, 2013

A 12-year-old boy was suspended Thursday after a gun keychain barely larger than the size of a quarter fell out the student's backpack at a Rhode Island middle school.

The seventh grade Shawn Feinstein Middle School student, Joseph Lyssikatos, said the small toy he won at an arcade fell out of his backpack before a classmate picked it up and starting showing others, according to WCAU-TV.

0 votes

Limbaugh says it’s time to turn off Fox News

Limbaugh says it’s time to turn off Fox News
Republican shock jock Rush Limbaugh covers his face as an ex-Marine calls him a "Nazi" during a radio segment in 2009. Screenshot via YouTube.

4 votes

On This Date in History: Gaspée Affair June 9, 1772

"I'm the Sheriff of Kent County with a warrant for your arrest!"


0 votes

"Spy on your neighbors" - Original Song

Here's a song I wrote and recorded, "Spy on your Neighbors." Took quite some time...hope you guys enjoy.
Feel free to use/reuse.


*Incidentally, I entered it in a contest. Doubt it'll win, but I wrote this before the contest was announced. Hope you enjoy!

5 votes

Psychotic RI GunGrabbers: 10-20yrs for POSSESSION of Any 10rd+ Magazine, mfr. Post-Bill Passing!

By the way, the national average for actual time served for homicide, as in murder sentence, is EIGHT years!

So...10~20yrs in prison for having a bent, welded, and corrosive-protectant coated sheetmetal, spring, and plastic? Hey, it just 'liberalism' in action!

RI Magazine Capacity Bill: Outrageous Penalties

PDF of the Proposed Anti-Gun Bill: http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Billtext/BillText13/Senat...

2 votes

Culture-Jammed: Dan BiDondi of InfoWars makes "False Flag" a Household Name!

“What’s a ‘False Flag’?” Google Trends Shows Search Term Spike


Adan Salazar
April 18, 2013

Data displayed by Google’s web search trend analytic tool, Google Trends, shows more and more people are actively conducting their own independent research as an alternative to unquestionably digesting everything reported by the mainstream dinosaur media.

0 votes

Binational Gay Family Exiled to UK Urges Government To Grant Humanitarian Parole

Seven years ago, my sister and her wife were exiled from this country because of laws written which did not grant her wife, who is an English citizen, the right to stay in this country once married. A right given to nearly all straight married binational couples but not same sex couples, they were forced to leave us and move across the ocean.

47 votes

Legislators in Rhode Island and Maine To Introduce Recreational Marijuana Legalization Bills Tomorrow

Mike Riggs | Nov. 14, 2012

Reason: State legislators in Rhode Island and Maine will announce bills tomorrow to legalize recreational marijuana, a spokesperson for the Marijuana Policy Project announced today.

Rhode Island Rep. Edith Ajello and Maine Rep. Diane Russell will hold a conference call tomorrow with the Marijuana Policy Project to announce the legislation.

Read more at Reason

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