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Baldwin/McCullough Radio: When Sexting SHOULDN'T be banned...

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SPECIAL GUESTS JOINING US TONIGHT: Ryan Dobson & Patricia Phillips ON BALDWIN/McCULLOUGH RADIO: 1. A state has decided to get very aggressive about the issue of "sexting" amongst high school students. But have they gone too far? Should the school have the power to enforce "sexting" rules off campus in non-school hours? In the past Kevin has gone so far as to argue that the school should have the right to confiscate phones during school hours. But even suspending kids the following fall for sexting during the summer? Whose kids are they? Thoughts: 800.345.9622. 2. A selection of U.S. Senators are in favor, and are drafting legislation to give President Obama a switch by which he would be empowered with ability to "turn off the internet." Sponsors of the bill believe it's necessary under certain conditions. The main issue to be determined or that should be answered is whether or not this President has proven himself trustworthy enough to be given such power. Thoughts: 800.345.9622.