Parenting Debate, Wisconsin Gas Prices, National Grammar Day, Sex Offender Placement

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Have you ever wondered how the word “buffalo” repeated eight times could be a grammatically correct sentence? On National Grammar Day, we discuss the quirks and ever-changing rules of the English language. We also get the story behind rising gas prices across the state and explore how a Maryland court case could change how we raise our kids. Then, we cover a possible solution to placing sex offenders when they leave prison.

Featured in this Show

  • Free Range Parenting Comes Under Fire In Maryland

    In Maryland, in a well publicized case, two parents were found responsible for unsubstantiated child neglect for their two kids, aged 10 and 6, take a walk about a mile from home, without their parents. We’ll find out what this means for the free range kid movement.

  • Gas Prices On The Rise In Wisconsin

    As oil prices rise, we speak with an oil markets expert about how prices at the pump will be affected in Wisconsin.

  • National Grammar Day

    In celebration of National Grammar Day, we talk to an author and grammar expert about the the ever-changing English language.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Lenore Skenazy Guest
  • Jim Ritterbusch Guest
  • Mignon Fogarty Guest
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Karl Christenson Producer

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