Good morning! We have a shortened show today, then it’s Cal Football on KGO at 11:30 AM. Here’s what’s on tap:
– Should the FBI take a look at author John Grisham after he said too many people are in jail for viewing child pornography online?
– Speaking of the FBI, Director James Comey is arguing against locked cell phones and encrypted hard drives, saying it will become more difficult to fight crime. Do you agree?
– The uphill legal battle for two Dallas nurses with Ebola: Attorney Mazin Sbaiti joins us.
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Good morning! We’re on from 10 AM – 2 PM, leading you up to Cal Football on KGO. Here’s what we’re discussing:
– A Virginia man accused of taking upskirt photos had his case dismissed because the judge said women should have no expectation of privacy in a public place. Really? Really?!?!?!?
– South Bay residents are holding complaint meetings over traffic and noise from Levi’s Stadium. Are they justified considering they voted for it in the first place? Katie Nelson with the San Jose Mercury News joins us.
– A new report by the Pew Research Center finds one in four Americans think poor people don’t work hard enough. What say you?
– Did the DEA go too far by setting up a fake Facebook page for a woman charged in a cocaine case to trick her friends into giving up information? Attorney Brian Bouffard joins us.
– Do you think fever screenings at US airports will keep Ebola out of the US? Aviation Crisis Consultant Ken Jenkins joins us.
– Microsoft’s CEO says women should keep quiet about raises and hope good karma comes their way. Is he right? Leadership Expert Neena Newberry joins us.
– Neighbors are complaining about Mark Zuckerberg’s construction encampment. Are they justified, or are the rich just whining?
– Selfie Generation – What’s the better experience: Seeing it with your own eyes, or through your camera, tagging anyone and everyone to prove it?
– A Bay Area man will spend just two years behind bars for killing his puppy in front of his four-year-old daughter. Is two years long enough?
– The Santa Cruz Gap installed a window display for its 1969 black jeans, complete with stylized nooses. Offensive, or much ado about nothing?