Anti-Police books showing up on summer reading lists

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Wednesday, June 20th

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I'm just glad I don't have decked out as a neighbor or know kids neighboring Sierra a while people who lost a cultural. You know it was you mentioned sweet tea I was out of Lancaster California which is up the high desert it ran into a bunch approach from Wichita. By the way. At least but they took the place we're at that this conference space they were serving sweet tea and they did a mighty good job. Really you Ryan people from which all over the place don't. You guys travel quite a bit that you got a great airport bittersweet he's got an album kid that did. I know how about this anti police books and and any police books and in reading list in the retirement that earlier but it looks at all about. Yeah what it is this is really wild and it's and it's it's it's not just I I was talking to my commentary about an incident in South Carolina. But this is really happening and and other places believe it or not there was some controversy. There in in which talks. At the at the state university player. The incoming freshmen are going to have to read a a controversial book as well get to that in just a second that this story out of a South Carolina is just really represents. Sensible I mean you've got these so you have these incoming freshman in high school. And they're required to read these these two books or at least the beast books are. To afford their record to read. And their anti police spoke and so it's really outrageous and believe it or not one of the books is. Also required reading over Wichita State. You did. Hate you give. Then eight you've given it's the story of a person who's best friend was shot and killed by police armed the other book by the way. And this was a doctor like that. The other book was about a kid who was roughed up by police after being wrongly accused of shoplifting. And it. On their on the list of. Well it'll look at them and local police are are are are. Are sort of you know upset about this and rightfully so. The dirt using this school district is South Carolina of indoctrination. And fostering this distrust of police. I don't know we haven't been able to reach out to a trivia. To the people Wichita State to find out what's going on there white students need to read this book. There was a situation and in the midwest and believed it was in the Chicago Public Schools where they actually been the best school invited. And anti police activist to speak to because salt career day. And eighties are called the police pigs. And to it was just an it was a horrible situation expressed little boys or girls whose body and bed capita people people. Right there would be terror completely embarrassing current upsetting. To have something like that now. So what is it this anti police movement going on a president I don't I don't see it much in here but maybe it which does state that. And usually they seem B pretty pro police out there and a police force on the campus and all that but. And they have the courses in this in you know and in this in justice and and and you know that the kind of urged it to be a wall person that does you know three do you guys. I wish I should have have by 3:2 this morning I apologize it is not Wichita State is Kansas State all okay that's why is that I have college. Your country sweet to global breeders out of digits in Kansas State had not Wichita State my my sincere apology. You think Kansas State gotten necessarily a hotbed for liberalism either you surely they're pretty conservative up. Right and that's and that and that's the issue here is that this step is creepy you know. And tell you have a lot of activists out there and look at the average American campaign attention this as a people pay attention. To this summer reading list. And so they're able to speak and it actually goes to the heart of of academics in America where you have a lot of liberals. We're trying to advance agendas and they're doing it through something that would be as Ed's not Q1 is as a summer reading. All right I thanks for being mothers as always this morning and have a good natured neighboring NetSuite to eat out Wichita State and Carol gonna smack you around on that little bit up and I did. 741 now Stephen Ted in the coming up we've got editor bill Roy that would stop business journal. And he is going to talk about forced sale land at the former Greyhound park. That's all the way Stevens in the morning on CNN sense.
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