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Rundown for September 3, 2015

Brady Vindicated?  Judge Richard Berman officially overturned Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four game suspension today, declaring that the process used by the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell was unfair.  The ruling means that Brady will be eligible to play for the team in the season opener next week, even though the NFL has already decided they will appeal the decision.  Are you surprised by the judge’s ruling?  Do you think the NFL should just give this case up and move on?  Call in with your reactions and be a part of the show!

 

Is Narcissism Actually A Good Thing?  The word narcissism is almost always used in a negative way.  But Dr. Craig Malkin, clinical psychologist and instructor at Harvard Medical School, believes we need to reevaluate the way we think about narcissism.  Rather than an all-or-nothing trait, Dr. Malkin argues that narcissism is a spectrum, and that in order to be successful, we must have some amount of it.  Tune in to hear him explain his perspective, then call in and give us yours!

 

Donald Trump Signs The Pledge!  Donald Trump, who has consistently led the GOP polls since he announced his candidacy, signed a pledge today declaring that he will not run as a third party candidate if he loses the primary, and that he will endorse whoever the party chooses as its nominee.  Do you believe Trump’s pledge?  Do you think he has a shot to actually be the nominee?  Call in and add your voice to the conversation!

 


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