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The Republican candidate:"He can set himself on fire at breakfast, kill a nun at lunch, and waterboard a puppy in the afternoon. And that doesn’t even get us to prime time." — TIME August … more
Amid all the tarnish caused by the 38 Studios saga, it’s good to see a little gold nugget among the detritus. The $25.6 million settlement with Wells Fargo Securities and the investment firm, … more
While baseball players often talk about the grind of their long season, people running for office in Rhode Island face more of sprint. It probably doesn’t feel that way since they have probably … more
It seems as if there’s no end to the new websites you can find for genealogical research. Using a search engine to find just about any topic turns up something interesting.I was doing a little … more
Maybe I have been disappointed too many times, but in talking with a friend recently about the Olympics—and how Usain Bolt was an inspiration—I realized that I now expect the biggest … more
Recently, I had occasion to visit the Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC) office. It was a treat. From Amanda at the front desk to Greg B., the specialist who assisted me with my application, … more
It is hard to imagine that a presidential candidate could be as oblivious as to what is going on in the world: Putin isn’t going into Crimea (even though he’s already been there since … more
My son TJ is 16. He has autism.He is going to be a Junior in high school. He is so excited to be half way done with high school—a thought that, as his mother, makes me a little … more
I am often asked to prepare an estate plan for parents with a child that has a disability. Special considerations may exist for the couple because they may need an estate plan that anticipates the … more
It was bad enough when the attorney general and the superintendent of state police dumped the news on a late Friday afternoon that no charges would be filed re 38 Studios. Now, both “public … more
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