Monday, August 12, 2013

AirTalk for Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Contact: Producers Joel Patterson, Jasmin Tuffaha, Fiona Ng



Tuesday, August, 13, 2013


9 a.m. TAPING for 11:40 SEGMENT

11:06 –11:20

Topic: Judge throws out LAPD’s impound policy for illegal immigrants, what’s next? (TEMP HEADLINE)

Guest: Paul Orfanedes (ore-fuh-NEE-deez), attorney for Judicial Watch

Guest: Michael Kaufman, ACLU staff attorney


11:20 -11:40

Topic: OPEN

Guest: TBA



Topic: Will Amber alerts be silenced by blaring complaints?: California State Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) says Amber alerts should be "used sparingly and effectively to earn the public trust." The comments come after worry that folks will opt-out of receiving emergency alerts on their wireless phones. Last week, the Amber alert sounded loud across California and beyond for missing teenager Hannah Anderson.



Guest:  Alex Padilla, California State Senator (D-Pacoima); Chairman State Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications



12:06 – 12:20

Topic: High-Speed Rail Authority reacts to Hyperloop:

Guest: TBA


12:20 – 12:40

Topic: Sexting versus cheating: Which is worse? Which would you more likely to forgive?

New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner’s second bout of sexting revelation has again got lots of people talking about digital infidelity. It’s been pretty well established that sexting is a form of cheating, but how likely would you let your partner off the hook for it? According to a new survey conducted by the magazines Men’s Health, Women’s Health and the sex advice website Good In Bed, only 1 in 5 polled say they would leave their partner if they caught them sexting with someone else. What’s more, one third of the nearly 5,000 respondents say they won’t even confront their partners about it. Is sexting without sex worse than cheating? Would you be more likely to forgive sexting than physical infidelity? How could your relationship survive sexting?

Guest: Kristen Mark, Assistant Professor of Health Promotion and Director of Sexual Health Promotion Lab at the University of Kentucky. She is one of the researchers behind the Good In Bed survey.

Guest: Jennifer de Francisco, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in couples therapy, separation, and divorce therapy in Newport Beach.


12:40 – 1:00

Topic: Do you like the orderliness of a homeowner association, are would your rather live in a less-structured neighborhood?

Guest: TBA


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