People whose opinions I respect keep telling me that Jeff Neal is not a bad guy — to which I say — he should resign his post as the governor’s spokes-doosh. Thanks to today’s report in the ProJo we now know that the state is still paying $2000/month for a Washington D.C. office space (“in […]
These signs are sprouting up around town — thanks RIEMA. The arrow is always pointing (surprise, surprise) up a hill. Apparently Governor Carcieri has decided that los moronos will have to figure the whole ‘hill’ thing out for themselves. We told you to learn English!
This from Charlie Bakst’s column today, about the Governor and his wife and their take on the fiscal mess. Sue invokes the ‘T’-word. (I’m sure she knows much more about terror than do most Cambodians and Laotians…) Soon she turned the conversation to a protest last month against the governor’s layoff of three Southeast Asian
There are a couple of points that I think are deserving of more prominent mention in the debate about the Governor’s proposal to layoff 500-plus state workers. 1) In spite of rampant assertions that Rhode Island’s government is especially bloated, we already have very few state employees per capita: Yet when viewed in proportion to