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In Segment 2, we will be joined by Leslie Eastman (Temple of Mut) & Barry Jacobsen to discuss the Petraeus/CIA scandal.
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Just when it was beginning to appear that I, among thousands of others, seemed completely ludicrous to the outside fanbases, emails leaked from the Days offices revealed something quite puzzling: did Ken Corday fear that then head writer Gary Tomlin was planning a spin off soap for ex Sami and EJ, Alison Sweeney and James Scott? Join Courtney as she uncovers the truth about the newest soap scandal to hit the headlines and what this means for the long running daytime television hit.
Are we too easy on our children or is cheating on tests in middle school justififable in certain cases? We all cheated in school and we turned out fine, right?
Are PSSAs and other middle school too much? Should the teachers in Atlanta be jailed for changing test scores?
While the majority of employees at the CIA are well intentioned, compartmentalized dupes, top officials at the agency are filthy, treasonous criminals that need to be prosecuted. The same goes for its sister agencies like DEA, AFT, NSA, etc.
Do you agree or disagree with this statement? You can call up to give Don and Tom your take on this topic.
Previous listeners of the show may think we're all real angry because of the screaming and whatnot. But angry we're not. We're just Cubans.
11 Atlanta Public school teachers were convicted of racketeering charges for their involvement in standardized test rigging and and grade inflation.
The most telling aspect of this scandal is the exposure it gives to the whole illusional quality of big city Democrat led education systems.
Join Sarge as he discusses this vital topic on the C. Robert jones Siuation report.
Tonight it's realer than ever on "It's Real Talk Radio" as we have 2 major topics we're covering. On the first half of the show we'll be discussing the "Atlanta Public School Cheating Scandal" which has been a nationally recognized case that has just about come to an end as a jury has found all but 1 of the accused staff guilty of Count 1: Conspiracy to violate the racketeering influence and corrupt organizations act. Some were found guilty of other crimes but Count 1 was the most serious. Upon sentencing, these ex-staff members of the APS System could be facing a lot of time behind bars and the question we're asking our listeners is do you agree with the outcome, or do you think sending them to jail was too harsh of a penalty considering the crime? One thing's for sure, you know we're gonna keep it real with our perspectives.
On the second half of tonight's show, we'll be discussing Officer Michael Slager's fatal shooting of Walter Scott. Officer Slager, a South Carolina Law Enforcement officer, gunned down an unarmed man by the name of Walter Scott after he tried to flee from being severely Tasered . The footage that was recorded by Fayden Santana, a man who happened to be in the area with a camera phone, doesn't show what took place before Walter Scott took off running and was ultimately gunned down in the process, but what it does show is he didn't at the time of fleeing oppose a threat and as a result was shot 5 times including 4 shots to his back.
How do you feel about Officer Slager's decision? Was it bad judgement, was it cruel intent and ultimately murder in cold blood, or do you actually agree with Officer Slager's use of deadly force? You can believe we're gonna keep it real with our opinions on what went down so make sure you don't miss out! Call in # 347-838-9540
The NFL handed out punishments for "crimes" to the Browns and Falcons this week. But what about the Patriots? And how about the Jets? PodVader and Tim Jester, Falcons SuperFan, discuss with input from Rob Koller, the Browns SuperFan, via email.
Does Tim feel shame for what the Atlanta Falcons did? Is the punishment enough to deter this from happening around the league? Shouldn't the punishment be harsher for Rich McKay, the Chairman of the Competition Committee?
How does Rob feel about the Browns and their punishment?
What is the latest on tampering charges filed by the Patriots vs. the Jets re: Darrelle Revis?
And what about Deflate-gate? Should the Patriots even be considered to be the ones ultimately responsible for the balls anyways? Shouldn't that be an NFL thing?
Offseason thoughts and throwing shade in this "scandalous" episode of Next Fan Up!
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Last Tuesday, eight Atlanta Public Schools employees were sentenced to prison in one of the largest school cheating scandals in American history. The educators were convicted of racketeering — a felony typically reserved for mob bosses, drug kingpins and terrorists.
While similar scandals have occurred in 39 different states and Washington, D.C., the offenders have rarely been prosecuted as criminals. Yet in an unprecedented move, the prosecutors in Atlanta charged the educators under Georgia's "Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act" — a law passed in 1980 specifically to combat the scourge of organized crime. RICO laws, which EXIST at the federal level and in 33 states, empower prosecutors to go after the leaders of organized crime who order but do not personally commit crimes such as robbery, money laundering and murder. Individuals convicted under such laws can face up to 20 years in prison.
Did the charges fit the crime? Was this organized crime? or simply unethical? Are we so familiar with justice not being served that when it is we think its unjust or even racism. Is this a prime example of overciminization in America? And most importantly What about the CHILDREN?
Call in and let's discuss this case and the educational system in America today. How can we improve or change the systemic and blatant disregard for education and justice for the real victims in this case. Come Get on the COUCH and let's talk about this and much more!!!!
'The Intercept': The CIA Campaign to Steal Apple's Secrets
This well written article was published by Jeremy Scahill and Josh Begley of 'The Intercept'.
The article outlines how the CIA has funded secret annual "Jamboree" meetings to expose and exploit security vulnerabilities in consumer electronics and household appliances since 2006.
According to the article, researchers devoted considerable time to the issue of hacking into Apple products.
Watch the report to learn more.
The Quiz Show Scandals, how it impacted the industry, and how Game Shows changed afterward. We look back at one of the scandalous moments that almost killed the genre we hold dear today.
We'll also have your headlines and peer into the future of what is to come and how do we protect the industry.
It's Game Show Tonite!
UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
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