Wednesday February 26, 2014
- Teaching kids to be better online citizens
Jason talks to Holly Gerla and a couple of her students from a Tacoma school
- Ring My Belle: Babies Can't Read. No, not even YOUR baby.
1. One in three Americans don't save any money. 2. A new study says no matter how many flash cards you buy, your baby will never read. It's not humanly possible.
- Which way will Arizona go?
t’s happened to a florist in Washington State, a Baker in Oregon, and a Photographer in New Mexico – all of them told they must offer their services for gay marriages on the same basis as they would for a straight marriage – even though they insist it would make them a party to the sinful behavior of their customers.
- Medved Crossover on Arizona's Right-to-Refuse Bill
Michael and Dave discuss Arizona's controversial bill
- Boze catches Congressman McDermott insulting the religious, gun owners
Talking about Arizona's SB 1062, Seattle Congressman Jim McDermott insinuates that the religious freedom will cause people to be shot.
- This message will self-destruct ... if the phone is cracked open
Todd Bishop tells the Morning News that Boeing is known for making spy planes, but now they're entering the world of phones that with self-destructing qualities are perfect for espionage.
- Which Seahawk would you choose for a road trip companion?
John and Tom wonder is Russell Wilson is getting over exposed. Plus, John and Tom debate which Seahawk they’d want to take a cross-country road trip.
- Chris Clemons, DeMarcus Ware and the market for pass rushers
Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil discuss Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware as a potential option for the Seahawks.
- Father's waited 26 years for justice in murder of his 12-year-old daughter
Frank Holden joins Dori Monson to talk about how it feels to continue waiting for the day his daughter's killer will be put to death after Washington state Governor Jay Inslee put a moratorium on the death penalty.
- Is Russell Wilson suddenly getting overexposed?
Tom Tangney says he's reached a saturation point when it comes to Russell Wilson coverage
- How to Grieve in the Era of Social Media
Social media has changed the way we grieve. Instead of an obituary, we can tell a loved one's story to thousands with a click of a mouse. These are two very different stories about grieving with social media. One, the wife of a Lakewood police sergeant killed in 2009, the other is about NPR's Scott Simon tweeting while his mother was in the ICU.
- How taxi laws are like Jim Crow laws...according to this guest
Jason talks to Robbie Werth with the Taxi, Limousine & Paratransit Association
- You'll never guess what this anti-abortion group did at a local high school
Jason talks to Tom Herring with the Anti-Choice Project, who protested at Wilson High School today
- Rantz LongForm: Fixing some bad advice to parents on talking to their teens about marijuana
Jason goes LongForm on some bad advice to parents from a local TV station
- Clayton expects the Seahawks to sign Michael Bennett
John Clayton says that the combination of a salary cap increase and potentially losing defensive linemen Chris Clemons, Tony McDaniel and Red Bryant to free agency could force the Seahawks to increase their offer to defensive tackle Michael Bennett.