The radio buzz... the top talk radio stories of the day:
Today marks 15 years since the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
The act - carried out by Timothy McVeigh - is the worst single act of domestic terrorism in our nation's history.
Are the anti-government demonstration's we're seeing these days likely to incite future acts of domestic terror in this country? Danny Coulson - former FBI Assistant director does NOT think so.
...coulson on this morning with Fox affiliate WIOD Miami.
168 people died in that attack in 1995.
Also buzzing today...
The city of Temple, TX has revived the practice of "paddling" in schools - the decision was prompted by parents who longed for the orderly schools of yester-year.
Clint David - attorney at David, Goodman and Madole thinks that the school district in Temple, TX is absolutely insane to do this - though he does agree that there is SOME deterring value of a child knowing - if I do something wrong, I'll be paddled. Saying that this practice looks like it's ultimately going to go the way of the horse and buggy.
There are only 20 states in the country that allow corporal punishment... with school districts in those states ultimately being the ones that make the final decision on whether or not to allow the practice.
In Temple - only 1 student has been paddled but school administrators do say that they have seen a dramatic change in behavior from its students.
I'm Jessica Curtis - and this has been your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.