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Thurs.’s Morning Zone:

Representative Cynthia Lummis, photo from Flickr via Gage Skidmore
Representative Cynthia Lummis, photo from Flickr via Gage Skidmore

Catch The Morning Zone today 6-10AM on AM650 KGAB or listen live at www.kgab.com

7:37AM MST: Guns – It’s ComplicatedWe still don’t know much about the CT school shooter’s motives, and even if we did, psychologist Frank Farley says we don’t know how that knowledge would help us since there are few replicated scientific studies of such extreme people or behavior. So, where do we look for answers? Farley says there is something to learn from our northern friends.”Canada, the nation most like us in the entire world, has lots of guns, they’re a hunting people in a hunters’ paradise, but have almost

8:07AM MST: Superintendent of Laramie County School District #1 will be back with us to talk about the latest priorities for the district, and will also discuss potentially necessary school security.

9:07AM MST:Talks to avoid the “Fiscal Cliff” seem to have stalled in Washington as of yesterday, but House Speaker Boehner and President Obama continue to be deadlocked on a compromise. Today, our loan representative in Congress,Cynthia Lummis will be back to update us what’s happening.Will there be a vote before Congress adjourns for the hoidays?
no gun homicides compared to us. Philadelphia alone, with about 1.2 million people, has about 400 gun homicides each year, while Canada, with almost 35 million people, has less than 200 homicides per year! The U.S total is close to 10,000 per year.” Farley is a professor at Temple University and former president of the American Psychological Association.

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