Updated Aug 11, 2012 - 10:23 am
Jay's weekend lineup for 8/11-8/12
Saturday, August 11
Saturday night, Congressman David Schweikert comments on Paul Ryan, the chosen running mate for Mitt Romney.
A 16-year-old female student went to North Canyon High school, dressed in all black and carrying two knives, one of which she threw at a police officer. She's lucky she wasn't shot.
However, she has been detained and is in a Maricopa County juvenile center, charged with assaulting an officer and disruption of an educational facility.
You think it's a rare occurrence, right? Wrong.
Nationally, in 2010 to 2011 primary and secondary schools, pupils were suspended 161,540 times for assaulting and/or abusing teachers or other students.
How much more permission do teachers need to maintain discipline? Are aggressive behaviors caused by kids playing violent video games?
Under the guise of "gun safety," the Obama administration, according to press flak Jay Carney, wants to ban guns. Carney claims assault weapons are the administration target.
Semi-automatic weapons are considered by this administration as assault weapons.
According to Reuters ,the shooter at the Sikh temple was using a simple Springfield 9mm semi-automatic Handgun.
Is this what you want to see banned?
Sunday, August 12
Sunday night former Congressman John Shadegg discusses the choice of Paul Ryan and the campaign so far.
Loughner plea deal brings closure, or does it?
Did the Jared Loughner escaping the death penalty really bring peace to the hearts and minds of the families of the six dead and 13 wounded by this psychopath?
If ever there was a reason for the death penalty, this is it.
What happens when he goes off the deep end in prison? How long must we care for him in prison? Many years I'd wager.
Are you satisfied with life in prison? I'm not.
Speaking of the death penalty, how about no death penalty for someone with a low IQ?
Texas has the right idea. Marvin Wilson was executed for a murder he committed in 1962.
What took so long? His attorneys believed that his IQ, a 61, made him ineligible for the death penalty.
How would Jared Loughner have fared in a Texas court?
Jay Lawrence, Show Host