Author Archives: Joe Broadmeadow

About Joe Broadmeadow

Joe Broadmeadow retired with the rank of Captain from the East Providence Police Department after serving for 20 years. He is the author of the novels Collision Course, Silenced Justice, and Saving the Last Dragon available on Amazon in print and Kindle. Joe is working o the latest in a series of Josh Williams and Harrison "Hawk" Bennett novels and a sequel to Saving the Last Dragon. In 2014 Joe completed a 2,185 mile thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail

Rational Immigration Policy

There are two immigration policies undergoing intense scrutiny. The Temporary Protected Status Program (TPS), which is an established policy within the United States Customs and Immigration Service and DACA (Deferred Action for Child Arrivals.) Temporary Protected Status Program The program … Continue reading

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An Open Invitation (To Prove Me Wrong)

In the spirit of the First Amendment and the free expression of ideas, this is an open invitation to submit an article to my blog.  I know many of you have different opinions and perspectives and welcome such submissions. There are … Continue reading

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The Continuity of a Lie: Failed Reaganomics Morphed into Trumpenomics

President Trump loves to claim credit for the positives and deny any blame for the negatives that have occurred since his election. He likes to brag about matters that, if true, require no expression of fact, i.e. his being a … Continue reading

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Just a Dog…

(A repost from 2 years ago.  People die all the time and I rarely think of them, but Max I remember quite often with a smile and a tear) He was just a dog… His official AKC registered name is … Continue reading

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Everyone Needs a Purpose in Life

In addition to James Taylor’s advice about “the secret of life is enjoying the passage of time,” one needs a purpose or reason to live. Courtesy of a post on Facebook, the contribution of several friends, and the Oracle of … Continue reading

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BrainStorm: The Spark of an Idea

Do you ever wonder where ideas come from? Or how some people look at problems and arrive at elegant, and often simple, solutions without effort? I do. It is what my writing compels me to do. I get ideas often … Continue reading

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The Christmas Dragon: The Complete and Absolutely True Story from Beginning to End as I Remember It

On this Christmas Day 2017, for your reading pleasure, I offer an opportunity to read to the young, the old, the dog, the cat, those here, or those long gone, the whole story of The Christmas Dragon. I wish for … Continue reading

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