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Dave Ross Commentary
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Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Getting the "N" word out of the NFL
The NFL's competition committee is considering a new 15 yard penalty... for use of racial slurs on the field. The push is from the Fritz Pollard Alliance, which promotes diversity throughout the league, and which issued a statement last November.
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Monday, February 24, 2014
Will Christians buy a ticket for Hollywood’s version of Noah’s Ark?
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Friday, February 21, 2014
Will marijuana split the union?
Accepting legal gay marriage was difficult enough for some states ... but now, they're facing the consequences of ... legal marijuana.
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Thursday, February 20, 2014
To Surcharges With Love
A French restaurant in LA called Republique has been getting a lot of attention for the 3% health care surcharge it’s been adding to each check to buy its employees new Obamacare policies.
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014
A Downton Abbey economy?
More trouble for the minimum wage – a congressional report says raising it to $10.10 would raise the incomes of 16 and a half million people by 2016, but it could also throw half a million out of work altogether.
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Are unions kaput?
In Chattanooga last week, workers at a Volkswagen plant voted AGAINST joining a union … even though the company itself was actually hoping they WOULD unionize.
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Monday, February 17, 2014
Three magic words
Over the weekend a jury in Florida delivered its verdict in the so called "loud music" case – the latest case to test the state’s self defense law. As in the Trayvon Martin case it involved the fatal shooting of an unarmed 17 year old teenager – except this time the jury actually convicted the shooter, Michael Dunn. And he’ll go to jail for a long time.
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Friday, February 14, 2014
Can YOU be trusted?
It’s been slowly spreading across the country, and it will soon come to an airport near you if it hasn’t already. The TSA’s Trusted Traveler Program.
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Thursday, February 13, 2014
Time for today’s edition of "Who Said It."
Who said it? A tax and spend democrat, a tax and spend republican, a tax and spend libertarian… No! This is Tom Donahue, the head of the U.S Chamber of Commerce. Plus a Bertha update with Chris Sullivan.
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
The battle of the pink mustache
Cars with pink mustaches (or car-staches) are the emblem of Lyft – a Ride-Share service that like Sidecar and Uber uses smart phone apps to link ordinary people driving cars with people needing rides. The computer sets the price, payment is electronic, there’s no tipping, and service is not only fast and friendly – but WAY cheaper than a cab.
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Ride share support rally
Today, Mariners pitchers and catchers report to Peoria, Arizona for spring training. Governor Jay Inslee has decided that he will not allow any executions while he’s governor. John Zimmer is the founder of a Ride-Share service called Lyft. He spoke with Dave Ross.
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Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Can they survive the showers
America’s showers are once again the battlefront in the latest skirmish over gayness. Way back in 1993 when Bill Clinton tried to make gay soldiers equal – it was one of the first questions to come up: what will happen in the showers?
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Monday, February 10, 2014
The part of the brain that says "I got this."
There have been a number of experiments in the last few years focusing on a part of the brain called the INSULA … which has the job of predicting the future, and also the job of telling you whether your body is ready for what’s coming.
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Friday, February 7, 2014
Work harder, people!
Unemployed Americans who were hoping to keep getting their checks are just about out of luck. The US senate came up one vote short of ending the Republican filibuster over unemployment benefits. Democrat Dick Durbin let ’em have it.
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Thursday, February 6, 2014
Good job 12th Man
When it was over -- no injuries, no broken windows, no couch fires, and not a single arrest, despite 700,000 people, standing-room-only busses and trains, and the most clogged traffic map I've ever seen.
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