Date: Mon February 18, 2013
Show: The John Curley Show with Andrew Walsh
The Seattle Times' Danny Westneat called out the State Senate for introducing a bill that would allow sheriffs to enter gun owners' homes for warrant-less search and seizures. The bill has since been corrected by removing that section, with the sponsors claiming they hadn't read that portion. If Danny hadn't been tipped off, how far could this mistake have gotten? // A new in-depth investigation reveals the background on the Sandy Hook shooter and the woman who raised him. Nancy Lanza has largely been seen as having a negative role in this tragic story, but maybe she was just a woman trying to deal with a son who had spent two decades having difficulty integrating into society. // Someone hacked into Burger King's official Twitter account today and trashed the company on its own Twitter feed, even saying they had been bought out by rival McDonald's. Monica Guzman, digital life columnist for Geekwire.com and The Seattle Times, joins us live to talk about social media justice. // Sen. Marco Rubio knows how to make lemonade out of lemons. After the hailstorm of Twitter and media attention he got for unsneakily sneaking a sip of water during his response to the State of the Union address, his PAC has raised $100,000 by selling water bottles.
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