Scott Sands is a veteran broadcaster, digital/socail media strategist, and political analyst. His radio career has spanned from the Gulf Coast to Southern California to the Midwest. He joined 104.7 WIOT as Program Director in February 2013. He is a father of one, music buff, cigar & scotch afficianado, and fan of the Indianapolis Colts & Alabama Crimson Tide.
A teacher at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy has been placed on academic leave after nude photos of her have surfaced online. They appear to be "revenge porn," where photos sent to someone you trust are then exposed as a form of revenge.
Should the teacher face leave, or even potential firing over private photos that someone decided to share?
As a woman, especially a teacher, why leave photos like these in someone's control?
I'll talk with criminal defense attorney Lisa Wells, DefendingYourCase.com, about this at 3:10 Thursday afternoon and then take your calls at 419-240-1370.
Thursday, fast food workers in 100 cities are supposed to "strike" as part of an effort to demand their minimum wage be raised to $15/hour immediately. Demonstrations are supposed to be planned in 100 other cities. We'll see what happens here in Toledo and, of course, we'll talk about it on The Scott Show. Fast Food Forward, Fight For $15, and the SEIU are among organizations supporting the wage increase as well as the Obama administration and US Sen Sherrod Brown.
My friend "John," who owns quite a few major fast food franchises here in the Midwest, explained several reasons why this kind of unilateral wage increase will turn out to be bad for workers in the long run, bad for the economy, and ultimately bad for consumers. Check out the conversation below and leave a comment.