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Baldwin/McCullough Radio: Tyler Clementi is NOT Matthew Shepard, GLEE gone too far...

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ON BALDWIN/McCULLOUGH RADIO: 1. The death of Tyler Clementi was tragic, avoidable, and murderously cruel. Though the circumstances weren’t such where charges could be filed, many have taken up the Clementi death as an example of bullying and are now pushing for greater criminal reach into lives of those who are cruel to others. Are they necessary? Is bullying worse today than 30 years previous? Are there other agendas or groups who are seeking to advance their causes through the veil of stopping the bullies? Thoughts: 800.345.9622. 2. ‘GLEE’ the television series that features song and dance routines from a talented cast of performers in the setting of a high school Glee club is a dangerous show for families. Most significantly because it was touted at a recent television expo in Los Angeles as the most “family friendly” television show in 2010. The passive brainwashing it attempts most weeks is far more subtle than this last week’s episode titled “Grilled Cheezus.” The “theme” of the week was “God and Spirituality.” But little of what the average American thinks or believes about God was actually represented. GLEE’s writers have made the plot as patently offensive, as the cast is as good at performing the musical numbers. And more people are beginning to say, “The trade off is worth it no more.” Thoughts: 800.345.9622.