In Case You Missed It… Friday, August 27th

Here’s what you missed Friday on the Jay Mcfarland show.

A DFW-area teacher showed their classroom yesterday footage of security video from the Columbine shootings. A listener emailed Jay to let him know about the situation after his daughter came home upset from watching the video. Is it proper to show these things in a classroom setting? Should it be up to the student’s parents whether they can watch it?

Scott Braddock interviewed the sister of a 9/11 victim last night who has spoken out about the building of the mosque near Ground Zero. Hear her perspective and comments about the anger this issue is causing, and Jay takes your calls as well about the perception of Muslims in America today.


One Comment

  1. Anthony says:

    I am a liberal, but I really respect Jay McFarland as a sane conservative in contrast to the nutjobs on Fox cable news. Many right-wing pundits will appeal to xenophobic emotions and fears, which, ultimately, causes people to go against the very American ideals that make America a nation of equality with freedom of speech and freedom of religion.

    Thank you for providing a conservative, yet sane point of view by addressing the gross misrepresentation of the facts used to mislead the public into creating outrage fiascoes like the mosque protests. I may not agree with all the opinions presented on the program, but they are certainly respectable differences.

  2. Becky Bridges says:

    Question: Is there a way I can get a copy of the entire broadcast on the topic of the Ground Zero – muslim mosque today? If so, please advise. Thank you! Becky

  3. Trent says:

    Jay…What video are you talking about??? the only real columbine video that exists is from the cafeteria, yeah its terrible, but its not what your describing. Are you talking about the reenactment for the movie Zero Hour, it looks real and is much more graphic Than the cafeteria video, however it is not real. There were not cameras all over the school…Im confused.

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