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  13. ... DEVELOPING ... STAND BY The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 SHOW PREP MEETING WITH AUDIENCE! THE WARM UP! 6:30 --- JIM CAREY --- *) Ted Cruz wasted time responding to Jim Carey. Here. --- JADA --- *) Jada Smith had a porn addiction. Here. --- JEOPARDY DUDE --- *) Wins again. Here. --- FATHER OF YEAR --- *) Dad took his daughter's Girl Scout cookie money and got a sensual massage. Here. --- MMMM CREPES --- *) MIddle School students under investigation after putting pee and semen in woman's food. Here. 7:00 7:30 8:00 --- TRUMP --- *) AUDIO Trump slams Fox News. Here. *) Beto says he's do a Fox Town Hall. Here. --- MICHAEL --- *) A family displaced by the hurricane - from News 13. Here. *) Family in Mexico Beach fought with PA's and finally got what they deserve. Here. *) Lynn Haven is getting $5 million from FEMA. Here. *) FIVE GUYS STEPPED UP! HOLY SHIT! Here. --- COLLEGE IDIOTS --- *) 41% of College students don't believe hate speech is protected under the constitution. Here. 8:30 THE COOL DOWN! --- WHAT IS WRONG WITH PEOPLE --- *) AUDIO Man urinates on the memorial of a 9 year old who died of cancer. Here. --- MMMM CREPES --- *) MIddle School students under investigation after putting pee and semen in woman's food. Here. --- BILLBOARD --- *) Welcome to Colorado where its safe to have an abortion. Here. --- PROSTHETIC LEG ON BEACH --- *) People found a prosthetic leg washed up on the beach. Here. --- FOUR IN TEN --- *) 4 in 10 Americans embrace socialism. Here.
  14. Worst class ever? A group of middle school students in Ohio allegedly served urine-and-semen-filled crepes to their teachers during a “gourmet” cooking competition — and are now being investigated by the local authorities, a report says. The stomach-churning meal went down Thursday at Hyatts Middle School in Powell, according to WBNS. Two middle school students are under investigation for allegedly claiming in a video that they put bodily fluids into crepes that were eaten by their teachers. (Facebook) The teachers involved were reportedly judges for the cooking contest, which happened during a “Global Gourmet” class and was captured on video. Several students allegedly put urine and/or semen onto the crepes and fed them to faculty members, the local sheriff’s office reports. Investigators were probing the incident on Monday and weighing felony assault charges. A lawyer for one of the students asked the public to use “caution before reaching any conclusions.” “[The incident] easily could have been a prank that may have been mocked up for the purposes of creating a video,” said attorney Brad Koffel. “We don’t know if urine or semen was ever placed in anyone’s food. I don’t know how the school would know that.” Authorities have been working with school officials and conducting lab tests to verify the alleged substances involved. “The safety and security of our students and staff is of utmost importance,” read a statement from the Olentangy Schools district on Monday. “District leadership and local law enforcement are conducting a thorough investigation into this incident, and anyone found in violation of school policies will be held accountable for their actions.”
  15. Christie Brinkley is living her best life. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit stunner took to Instagram on Monday to share several photos of herself enjoying a tropical vacation. In the series of snaps, a smiling Brinkley is seen rocking a black string bikini — which shows off her incredible beach bod — while she lies in the sand and soaks up the sun. "Early Morning Swim ..Fish we’re jumping Pelicans swooping by and warm Rays of Sunshine ...just soaking it all in ! #luckyhousepc," the 65-year-old captioned the set of photos. Last month, the supermodel — who rose to fame in the ‘70s as a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit pinup and has gone on to grace more than 500 magazine covers — revealed her personal secrets for aging gracefully. “I hear actresses constantly talking about how you hit a certain age and offers don’t come in anymore,” Brinkley told UK’s Mirror at the time. “We’re changing that a lot, and that is because, frankly, we’re healthier today." For Brinkley, she credits clean living. "We’re a generation that has been exercising, has been eating right, and so we feel good," she explained. "But so many women despite that still get influenced. There are so many things that influence us to feel we should be thinking about slipping away and winding things down. [Keeping young] is to be able to be out there active, doing things, learning new things. "Being curious about the world, taking on challenges, and constantly growing and learning, that’s the fountain of youth… Those things are the things that keep invigorated.”
  16. An Oregon father who reported a home robbery in March admitted Monday he made it up to hide that he'd paid $700 for an erotic massage with his daughter’s Girl Scout cookie earnings, prosecutors said. Brian David Couture, 40, pleaded guilty on Monday to initiating a false report, Fox 12 reported. Couture called police on March 6 to report a robbery in his Forest Grove home near Portland. He allegedly told police he struggled with an intruder. Police reportedly found Couture unresponsive and he was taken to a hospital. Couture’s home was ransacked and $700 of his daughter’s Girl Scout cookie sales were missing from a jar, investigators said. The Washington County District Attorney’s Office said blood was found around the home. No suspects were found and investigators caught inconsistencies in Couture’s story. He eventually admitted to staging the burglary after realizing he couldn’t explain the missing funds, the district attorney’s office said. Couture was sentenced Monday to pay a $100 fine, probation and 80 hours of community service, a news release said. The amount restitution to be paid will be determined at a later date, according to the release.
  17. A controversial billboard advertising Colorado as a safe space for abortions has some applauding the state for its progressive views, while others are left worried that it implies Colorado condones murder. The billboard, paid for by “Keep Abortion Safe,” is featured along I-70 eastbound, for those visiting Colorado from Utah. (CBS) The billboard reads “Welcome to Colorado, where you can get a safe, legal abortion.” Keep Abortion Safe co-founder Fawn Bolak said her organization paid for the billboard in hope that it would encourage those in neighboring states to consider Colorado for any of their reproductive medical needs. “The goal of the billboard was meant to be a bold message to our neighbors coming in. That they are now entering a state that respects and allows them to make their own reproductive healthcare decisions,” Bolak said. “We also have instances of folks traveling from all over the country to come to Colorado for the access we have.” (CBS) However, the billboard was not accepted by all Coloradans. Bob Enyart, a local pastor and radio host, said the organization “Colorado Right to Life” did not support the message behind the sign. “Welcome to Colorful Colorado. Red is a beautiful color, but not abortion red,” Enyart said. “You have to hate God to want to advertise to kill innocent children. To dismember them. We need to be known as a state for life and not for death.” (CBS) The billboard is one of many throughout the state that encourage drivers to seek different journeys when it comes to pregnancy. While some encourage expecting parents to do what is best for them and their health, others encourage the same people to explore opportunities to support life. There are also some billboards supporting pro-life messages encourage resource centers and others in the Denver area that encourage expecting fathers to love their children and support them.
  18. Jada Pinkett Smith is opening up about a time in her life when she once had an "unhealthy relationship to porn." In Monday's episode of her Facebook Watch series, “Red Table Talk,” the 47-year-old actress revealed she previously "had a little porn addiction.” "If I was still on my porn game, I'd be able to show you some good porn," Jada told her co-hosts, daughter Willow and her mom Adrienne, at the beginning of the episode as the trio got ready backstage. "Back in the day I had a little porn addiction, but I wasn't in a relationship when I had a porn addiction, believe it or not, thank goodness," the star — who has now been married to actor Will Smith for almost 22 years — added. Jada Pinkett Smith revealed she once had an "unhealthy relationship to porn" during Monday's episode of her Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk." (Dan MacMedan/Getty Images) Later in the episode, when the ladies were sitting down, Jada went on to clarify that she "actually" felt like earlier she was "using [the term] ‘addiction’ a little lightly." "And maybe I’ll say now that I had an unhealthy relationship to porn at one point in my life where I was trying to practice abstinence," she explained. When asked by her 18-year-old daughter if her "fixation" on porn came from an "emotional" place, Jada said it did. "It was actually like feeling like an emptiness, at least you think it is," she shared. "But it's actually not." During the episode, the trio went on to discuss how there is a stigma around porn as well as how it can be "detrimental" to a person's life.
  19. PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla.- A photo posted on a Facebook group's wall is attracting attention and has gone viral. The post can be found on the "I love Panama City Beach" Facebook page. It's a photo of a prosthetic leg that washed up on the shore of Panama City beach posted by Farrah Beth Bata. Many are commenting on the post shocked that of all things, this is what washed up on shore. Others say they're looking for the rightful owner and trying to get their leg back to them. With hundreds of comments and over 1,000 reactions, the post is steadily attracting more attention and raising questions. We reached out to Farrah Beth Bata and she said she and her cousin were swimming out in the Gulf when she saw what she initially thought was a stingray. When she got closer, she realized it wasn't moving and quickly realized she was looking at a prosthetic leg. She said it scared her initially, but her cousin, Amanda, decided to save it from drifting further into the Gulf and pull it from the water. She said she emailed the manufacturer and sent photos of the serial number to them. The leg is currently in custody of Panama City Beach Police.
  20. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans today are more closely divided than they were earlier in the last century when asked whether some form of socialism would be a good or bad thing for the country. While 51% of U.S. adults say socialism would be a bad thing for the country, 43% believe it would be a good thing. Those results contrast with a 1942 Roper/Fortune survey that found 40% describing socialism as a bad thing, 25% a good thing and 34% not having an opinion. More Americans Now See Socialism as a Good Thing for the Country Would some form of socialism be a good thing or a bad thing for the country as a whole? 1942 2019 Change % % pct. pts. Good thing 25 43 +18 Bad thing 40 51 +11 No opinion 34 6 -28 Net "good thing" -15 -8 +7 Note: 1942 data gathered by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research GALLUP The Roper/Fortune survey is one of the oldest trend questions measuring attitudes on socialism in the U.S. Gallup's update of the question in an April 17-30 survey finds Americans more likely to have an opinion on the matter now, as well as a smaller gap in the percentage calling socialism a bad thing vs. a good thing. Previous Gallup research shows that Americans' definition of socialism has changed over the years, with nearly one in four now associating the concept with social equality and 17% associating it with the more classical definition of having some degree of government control over the means of production. A majority of Democrats have said they view socialism positively in Gallup polling since 2010, including 57% in the most recent measure in 2018. Outlook on Socialism Around the World The April 17-30 survey also updates another historical question on socialism. Gallup first asked Americans in 1949 about their outlook on the spread of democracy over the next 50 years. At that time, seven in 10 Americans (72%) predicted that most countries in the world would have a democratic government. It's important to note that in much of the political rhetoric of the time, the terms democracy and capitalism were more intimately intertwined than they are today, perhaps synonymous to many. Americans' Views on Future of Democracy and Socialism Globally During the next 50 years, do you think most of the nations of the world will have a democratic government, a communist government or a socialist government? 1949 2019 Change % % pct. pts. Democratic 72 57 -15 Socialist 14 29 +15 Communist 9 6 -3 No opinion 5 8 +3 GALLUP The current update on this question finds a marked increase in the percentage saying that most countries during the next 50 years will have a socialist government (29%). It is unclear whether this is due to the flourishing of democracies -- particularly in Europe and Latin America -- led by what are often described as social democrats, or whether a fundamental shift is taking place among some Americans in their views of socialism. Government vs. Free Market In the same April survey, Gallup asked Americans whether they would prefer mostly free market or government control over several economic and societal activities. Americans are most likely to prefer free market control in the areas of technological innovation and the distribution of wealth. Majorities also want the free market to drive the economy overall, wages, higher education and healthcare. Preference for the government to serve as the primarily responsible actor only garners majority support for protecting online consumer privacy and the environment. Majority Want Free Market to Lead on Many Fronts Would you prefer to have the free market or the government be primarily responsible for what happens in each of the following areas? Free market Government Net "free market" % % pct. pts. Technological innovation 75 19 +56 The distribution of wealth 68 28 +40 The economy overall 62 33 +29 Wages 62 35 +27 Higher education 56 41 +15 Healthcare 53 44 +9 Protecting consumers' privacy online 40 57 -17 Environmental protection 30 66 -36 GALLUP, APRIL 17-30, 2019 Notably, more Americans favor free market than government control over healthcare and higher education, two areas in which Democratic politicians have made proposals to greatly expand government involvement. But at least four in 10 Americans appear sympathetic to policies that would increase the government's role in those areas. While there is ample support for a market-driven approach to many of the issues cited above, Americans are divided on how they describe the current state of the U.S. economy. When asked whether they think the U.S. economy leans more toward free market control or toward government control, 40% say it leans more toward government control while fewer say it leans toward free market control (34%). One in four describe it as an equal mix. Bottom Line Americans' views on socialism are complex. While some recent data can easily lend to overstated conclusions, there are marked changes in Americans' views of socialism when taking a longer, more historical look at the data. However, exactly what Americans mean by the term is nuanced and multifaceted. While half of Americans consider socialism as bad for the country, nearly two-thirds say that the U.S. economy is more influenced by the government than the free market, or that it reflects an equal mix of the two. Additionally, while a majority of Democrats view socialism positively, that is not a major change in the eight years Gallup has tracked this metric. The major shift over this time has been the reduced rate of Democrats who now view capitalism positively (47%). These data alone make it hard to generalize a simplistic conclusion about Americans' opinions of, and willingness to entertain, socialism. But there are a few clear takeaways. About four in 10 Americans are accepting of some form of socialism or socialist policies, and Democrats currently have a more positive view of socialism than capitalism. In addition, the April survey found that 47% of Americans say they would vote for a socialist candidate for president. While that figure represents nearly half of the U.S. adult population, even higher percentages say they would vote for an atheist (58%) or Muslim (60%) presidential candidate. However, when they are asked what role they would like to see the government play in certain areas of society, Americans continue to endorse the free market. Shifting attitudes about socialism, capitalism, and the current economic and political systems in America -- as well as what alternatives many see as solutions for current shortcomings -- will continue to be a major focus for Gallup.
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  22. A new report has revealed that support of the First Amendment among college students seems to be decreasing, as nearly half of students believe that hate speech should not be protected. Conducted by the Knight Foundation, the survey reveals that 41 percent of college students believe hate speech should not be protected under the First Amendment, while 58 percent believe that it should be protected. While the majority of students believe that hate speech should be protected, 53 percent of college women contend it should not be protected, as well a majority of black students. 41 percent of college students believe hate speech should not be protected under the First Amendment, while 58 percent believe that it should. Tweet This Over half of college students agree that shouting speakers down is “always” or “sometimes” acceptable. At the same time, 83 percent of college students agree that using violence to end an event is “never acceptable.” According to the survey, there seems to be a disconnect on how individuals of various races look at the issue of free speech. More than six in 10 black students believe that inclusivity is more important than free speech, while 49 percent of Hispanic students believe the same thing. Just 42 percent of white students believe that inclusivity is more important than free speech, according to the survey. Multiple colleges around the country have implemented mandatory “diversity” and “inclusion” classes for all students, including Tulane University, Georgia Southern University, and Clemson University. Syracuse Universitymandated a diversity course for all incoming students in fall 2018, but later admitted it “didn’t hit the mark.” The survey comes after a heated semester for free speech issues on campus. In late April, a Canadian professor argued that "vile little sh*tlords" who are passionate about free speech should be fired and harassed. A New York college president even wrote an op-ed titled “A Campus Is Not the Place for Free Speech,” in which he explained his opposition to free speech on college campuses. Students' views on the importance of free speech may be declining, but more than half of all states have now passed or introduced campus free speech bills.
  23. Actor Jim Carrey's latest tweet took a shot at Alabama's new abortion law, but it seemed to backfire, receiving praise from pro-lifers. The "Dumb and Dumber" star tweeted an image Saturday of his artwork depicting Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, who signed one of the strictest anti-abortion laws in the nation, as a fully formed preborn child being aborted in the womb. "I think If (sic) you're going to terminate a pregnancy, it should be done sometime before the fetus becomes Governor of Alabama," Carrey wrote. View image on Twitter 33.5K people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy The politically charged depiction garnered some unlikely responses from the right. "Thank you for the truly accurate (and therefore horrifying) portrayal of abortion... sucking out the brains of a PERSON because that person is inconvenient to you. You blessed the pro-life movement with this," Liz Wheeler, OANN host, commented. 551 people are talking about this "This is a pretty great depiction of an abortion: clinically accurate, and wiping out an individual human life," conservative commentator Ben Shapiro wrote. 1,154 people are talking about this Obianuju Ekeocha, founder of The Culture of Life Africa, added: "At least you seem to know how grisly an abortion is. Your image is accurate down to the abortionist’s cannula suctioning out the brain matter of the fetus, sort of like a serial killer at work...you do know what an abortion looks like. Bravo!" 1,645 people are talking about this Texas Sen. Ted Cruz also slammed Carrey, calling the painting "vicious" and "angry." 1,920 people are talking about this A representative from Twitter told Fox News the company is "not able to comment on individual user accounts." Twitter states in its rules under "hateful conduct" that the company will permanently suspend any account that includes a "violent threat...incites fears, or reduces someone to less than human," and under "glorification of violence," a user will be suspended for "specific threats of violence or wishing for serious physical harm, death, or disease to an individual or group of people."
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