Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for October 16, 2020

The Boston Police Union Pushes Back... The city's largest police union is pushing back against Mayor Marty Walsh's recently announced slate of police department reforms. Union officials say the initiatives are nothing more than the creation of an unnecessary and expensive bureaucracy. Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association President Larry Calderone joins Dan to discuss the Mayor's plan.

Censorship and COVID. A group of medical experts posted a guide to COVID survival on YouTube in order to help people deal with an infection at home. The advice was meant to be taken in conjunction with guidance from the family physician. YouTube unilaterally removed it from public view. Doctors Lee Vliet and Peter McCullough are on with Dan to explain why this type of medical censorship is dangerous...

“Running” Dunkin. “Dunkin” formerly known as Dunkin Donuts, is one of the largest coffee chains in the country and it originated right here in Massachusetts. How did this local business grown to be the giant it is today? Robert Rosenberg, former Dunkin CEO and author of the new book: “Around The Corner, Around The World” joins Dan on how he grew the company from $10 million in sales to over $2 billion, with more than 3,000 outlets. Robert Rosenberg shares the highs and lows of his business experience as a guide towards your own success story.

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