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The Real Side - April 19, 2013

Host: Joe Messina

Guests:  Rabbi Mark Blazer

Topic: Faith Friday With The Rabbi

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The Real Side with Joe Messina - April 19, 2013

    Welcome to The Real Side, not the right side, not the wrong side, but The Real Side, right here on your Hometown Station, AM 1220 KHTS.  I am your host Joe Messina.  

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    The news of the day is the there is one cowered down and one to go.  These young men are cowards in my mind.  

    A few Lawmakers go to an anti bullying conference, and by their own definition, they bully conservatives and christians.  We have a middle school that includes lesbian role play to their anti bullying class.  

    We have the Rabbi coming on today to  hopefully talk about where God was on Friday.  

    The Middle school. Lets start with that.  Girls in a middle school were asked to instructed to ask one another for a lesbian kiss.  And boys were taught how to tell if a girl is a slut during an anti bullying presentation.  These kids are like 12 or 13?  Boys were given guidance to tell if women are sluts.  Can we get back to teaching in school?  I know bullying is a problem and the school needs to identify it.  Parents where angered when their daughters where told it is perfectly normal for a 14 year old girl to have sex and there is nothing that their parent could do about it.