The Don Johnson Show, 9-19-11
- Don and Brandon find it hard to argue with the logic of Justice Joanne Veit, who gave Katrina Effert a suspended sentence instead of prison time for strangling her baby boy to death and throwing the body over the fence into the neighbors yard. The judge defended her decision by explaining that Canada does allow abortion and this case isn’t really any different. You can find other articles associated with this story here, here, and here.
- David Brooks bemoans the moral individualism among today’s youth, George Barna bemoans the religious individualism among today’s adults, and L.A. County bemoans the amount of cheating taking place among its teachers. Could all the stories be related?
- Let’s hope Locke Rush’s letter to his grandson about religion is not taken seriously.