–Religious freedom bills? Bathroom protection acts? We examine the laws, what they mean for LGBT rights, and why some people may support them. It’s past time this insanity was flushed down the toilet.
–Sarah Palin, in an attempt to mock Bill Nye on climate change, says he “is not a scientist.” Is she right? How can Sarah Palin mock anyone at this point?
–Texas teacher in viral video repeatedly hits student, and calls him an “idiot ass.” What happened before the video is not known, but does a teacher ever have a right to strike a student?
–Jason received an email about an old article he wrote telling him to “keep an open mind” about unproven ideas, because science has been wrong before. He’ll explain why the emailers argument was bunk, while Bobby explains the difference between rats and humans. Seriously, it’ll make sense when you hear it.
In hour 2 of the program, we speak about wrongful convictions, and criminal justice reform with Michael Griesbach. Griesbach is a Manitowoc County prosecutor, Wisconsin Innocence Project board member, and author of the book, “The Innocent Killer,” which focuses mainly on the wrongful rape conviction of Steven Avery. We discuss how he became involved in the case, the different types of wrongful convictions, and how our country can go about reforming the criminal justice system to limit mistakes and misconduct.
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