Kids are bullying other kids on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media. Now the Glendale Unified School District has hired a private company to monitor and analyze the messages students are sending. Does it mean early intervention before real harm can be done? Does it help parents? Or is it a creepy form of Big-Brotherism that will make children less likely to trust the adults in their lives? Also, is today's job action for higher wages keeping customers out of LA's fast-food restaurants? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the White House plays a waiting game for attacking Syria.
Would a so-called "limited" US attack to punish Syria for the alleged use of chemical weapons do more harm than good? We hear about a debate that's raging in Washington, among America's allies and in the Middle East.
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