NightSide with Dan Rea – Rundown for May 15, 2019

The Harvard Lampoon Apologizes For Ann Frank Bikini Cartoon. The Harvard Lampoon is apologizing for publishing a photo shopped image of Holocaust victim Anne Frank in a bikini to depict what she would have looked like “if she hadn’t died.” The image has caused severe backlash with more than 250 Harvard students signing a petition denouncing the magazine for the image. Is an apology enough?

Robert Kraft's Court Case is Looking Good But What About The NFL? Robert Kraft’s legal team was able to suppress the undercover video of Kraft inside the Florida Spa while defending the Patriots owner against charges of prostitution solicitation. But what about the morals clause in his NFL contract? Will Commissioner Roger Goodell let the matter ride?

Going Hands Free in the Baystate. The Massachusetts legislature is considering barring motorists from using hand-held cell phones while behind the wheel. House Speaker Robert DeLeo says the bill is an important public safety measure that would help reduced deaths and injuries caused by distracted driving. Are you for or against?

Call 617-254-1030 to join the conversation.

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