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Oklahoma State Senator Joseph Silk has introduced a bill that would allow religious entities or businesses “operating consistently with sincerely held religious beliefs” to operate in accordance with those beliefs without facing legal consequences for doing so. In other words, if you are a wedding photographer or a bakery and you do not wish to provide your services for a same-sex wedding, based on religious objections, then there would be no legal consequences for refusing that business. Senator Silk has been facing a firestorm from LGBT activist since he gave an interview to the New York Times about the bill. The harsh push back has come as a result of the Times story taking a partial quote where he said that LGBT people “don’t have a right to be served in every single store,” He has responded to the Times quotes by posting a statement saying “Yes I did say that homosexuals do not have the right to be served in every store, just as I do not believe that I, my family, or anyone else have the right to be served in every private business. The right to provide services should be the decision of the business owners. We need to keep our country free and stop this radical, intolerant, movement.” We'll talk about the bill and the controversy.
Later we'll talk about some of the big stories from the past week. Don't forget about "Outrage of the Week" and "Headlines You May Have Missed".
We will have live coverage of We The People Of Oklahoma 's rally against police brutality, Sheriff's Department and Tulsa Sheriff Glanz.#GLANZGOTTAGO Call in @ 323 870 4626
KD is joined by Cowboys Insider Mike Fisher to discuss the upshot of the recent practices and rookie minicamp. Why is everyone talking about Greg Hardy ON the field? What was the takeaway from the La'el Collins signing? How is the cornerback situation going to play out?
Then, Keith Mullins joins the party as he and KD go over a roster projection and break down the few spots that are open to compeition. The Cowboys have improved the roster greatly over the years and now there is limited space for players with upside to make a deep roster. Position group by position group, things are dissected down to 53... err 54.
Star player with a hush-hush surgery that will keep him out of unpaid Summer practices? Check. Star players returning from injuries? Check. Up and comer talking trash about the guy he's replacing? Check. It's just another day in the life of the Dallas Cowboys as the first of three OTA sessions kick off.
KD Drummond of CowboysHQ.com is joined by Keith Mullins as they discuss the impact of Ro McClain missing the non-contact practices over the next month, and the return of Sean Lee. Then, KD is joined by Cowboys Insider Mike Fisher to run down the day of practice that was open to the media and kicked off with a Jason Garrett press conference. They also dive into the NFL's befuddling anarchy and lack of long-term concern over their current methodology.
All this and more, as only we can do it. It's Crunchtime! Join us!
KD is joined by a veteran of the Cowboys media brigade, Clarence Hill, Jr. of the Forth-Worth Star Telegram. Chill drops knowledge bit after knowledge bit on the subject of judging morality of football players, the possiblity of guys changing and how it should be measured. He also weighs in on the transformation of Jerry Jones over the almost 20 years he's covered the team and then looks at the current state of the Cowboys compared to the playoff runs of '07 and '09.
Then, co-host Keith Mullins joins the fray as he and KD dissect the lack of grabbing a running back or defensive tackle, and then one-by-one look at all eight of the draft picks the Cowboys have brought into the fold.
It's your usual rock solid edition of Crunchtime, with everything you want to talk about concerning the Dallas Cowboys.
KD brings it home with three hours of wall-to-wall guests discussing everything you want to hear about this weekend's draft. Where will the Cowboys go in the early rounds? What makes them move up, down? What about the red flag guys? How are they going to address running back, edge rusher, defensive tackle? The internet's best and brightest Cowboys minds converge to discuss the 2015 NFL Draft.
Trip Around The League – 5:30
Jay Ajayi’s Knee & NFL Subtrefuge: 10:30
Lay of the Land Leading to Pick 27 – 14:11
Intro – 29:25
Cowboys Pre-Draft Presser Reactions- 31:48
Media Big Boards Influencing Cowboys- 43:40
Lee, Scandrick Dez and Workout Updates: 45:10
Running Back Review- 50:50
Small School Gems – 54:50
Ty Montgomery Love – 1:00:15
Intro – 1:04:25
Big Board Breakdown – 1:07:10
Intro – 1:30:03
Longevity of Running Back – 1:31:25
How to Pick Rounds 1-3 – 1:37:13
How To Win The Draft - 1:51:10
Keith Mullins & Jeff Cavanaugh (105.3 The Fan)
Intro – 1:55:50
Moving Up? Moving Away From Who? – 1:58:10
Red Flag Guys – 2:03:07
Film Study Surprises, Wiped Out Options: 2:05:17
Running Backs, Again – 2:12:53
Mullins Final Thoughts – 2:19:43
KD Drummond Outro
Favorite 5 Picks For 27 – 2:32:08
Description of event:
"We are hosting this rally for citizens to sign the petition to remove Sheriff Glanz through a Grand Jury process. We will be at the courthouse plaza for 12 hours (8am to 8pm). Starting at 7pm we will start our Rally/March down to the Sheriff's office. Come join us, we will have speakers, performers, and think-tank sessions throughout the day. "
We will have live coverage of the event from those participating . Please join us in the discussion of "What can we do to effect change in the world of injustice ? " We have a answer. I believe what is happening in Tulsa at this moment in time - can be duplicated in other cities. This is a workable model. Have a problem with your police/sheriff department in your city ? Take note at what is happening peacefully in Tulsa with expediated results. I am fond of a quote by Lincoln - "Truth is the best defense" Find that truth in evidence and expose it to the light of a grand jury. It works.
If you are not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people that are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing. " Malcom X
KD is joined by Joey Ickes to discuss the selection of Byron Jones from University of Connecticut in the first round of the NFL Draft.
OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS
Sam Wren finished his senior season at Oklahoma State with 25 tackles in which seven were for a loss. He also added two sacks. Wren is a pass rush specialist with an explosive first step wreaking havoc off the edge. A transfer from Arizona Western Junior College, Wren made an easy transition to the Big 12 and playing amongst the best collegiate talent in the nation.
Wren is now focusing on carving out his path towards the NFL. Listen to exclusive interview with Cowboys’ defensive end Sam Wren.
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- Rabble and McCool with their final draft points,
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- Bob Sturm (@SportsSturm)
- Happy Trails!