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Audio for Show - April. 14, 2018 - Show #1
Topics - April 14, 2018 - Show #1. Guest: Mark Sauter, Investigative Historian, Journalist, Former Special Forces US Army, Author of three books on North/South Korea.
Topics – April 14, 2018 – Show #1
President Trump has repeatedly said that he will not script out and “advertise” his military decisions to the world, like other Presidents have done. Yet, he recently tweeted that he will pull US troops and influence from the Syrian region.Isn’t this “scripting out” what he will do in Syria, which could leave the region with a Western superpower void? Just days after the tweet, Bashir Assad of Syria used chemical weapons on civilians, many of whom are women and children. Many pundits believe the tweet sparked Assad’s
response. Assad is supported by Iran and Russia and if we vacate, a Russian-Iranian Shiite union will strengthen in the region. Russia will become the Middle-East superpower. How can Trump “save face?”
Putting boys to shame for being boys: if you’re a boy, or even a young man, chances are you’ve been shamed for well…just being you. Why is that? When did it start to happen in America that boys began being shamed for being themselves? Would you say gradually over the last 40-plus years? With the rise of the feminist movement? If a boy is just a boy, often fidgety, often more aggressive or boisterous than girls, he is often more ridiculed and shamed, too. Some parents and educators want to put the boy on ADD drugs to
calm him down. When did this begin?
Interview: Mark Sauter, Investigative Historian, Journalist, Former Special Forces US Army, Author of three books on North/South Korea. Sauter also commanded a guard post in the DMZ. Graduate of Harvard and Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Topic: As the final decisions are being put in place for the Trump-Kim sit down, will it be at the DMZ? Switzerland? South America? Why and how location matters with such high-stake discussions.
Toxic-Tort Shakedown of coffee companies in California? A judge in Los Angeles recently ruled that Starbucks, Peet’s, and other coffee retailers could face liability under California law for not warning consumer that natural substances in roasted coffee beans can cause cancer in lab animals. It has to do with acrylamide, the toxic element in the lawsuit, which is a naturally occurring substance formed when many foods are browned or otherwise subjected to high heat. It appears to cause cancer in some animals at high dosage. The case against the coffee retailers has been brewing since 2010, when Southern California-based nonprofit Council for Education and Research on Toxics (CERT), backed by attorney Raphael Metzger, sued dozens of coffee sellers and manufacturers. Do you think the coffee companies should step up with package warnings? Or do you think this is a lawsuit without merit?
Audio for Show - April. 14, 2018 - Show #2
Topics - April 14, 2018 - Show #2. Guest: Christopher Lewis, Market Analyst and Wealth Broker.
Topics & Guest – April 14, 2018 – Show #2
Many progressives are hoping President Trump will get his comeuppance in the 2020 election by losing the majority of the Evangelical vote. They’re hopeful in light of a couple of recent scandals. First, the porn star’s Stormy Daniel’s highly publicized lawsuit against Trump claiming he paid her off a month before the election. Second, former Playboy model Karen McDougal claiming her affair with Trump. NPR reported that there’s talk that some evangelical leaders may meet with Trump in June to talk about these scandals and
his divisive leadership style, because they fear losing Republican seats in the mid-terms. Evangelicals helped propel Trump to residential victory with 80% of their vote saying “we’re not electing a pastor”. Do you think their vote for the President will wane in 2020?
Conservative comedies: With the ABC success of Roseanne, the Redo, Fox may do a remake of Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing.” Allen is a proud Trump supporter who harbors conservative affiliations. The success of Roseanne the Redo shows that there may be an untapped market for network execs to explore. Will more conservative comedies surface and what will the story lines show? Conservative
ideas are not edgy (they’re classical and traditional), so what should writers write about to get the laugh and not be laughed at, or mocked?
Interview: Christopher Lewis, Market Analyst and Wealth Broker. Topic: Topsy-turfy markets because of the tete a tete over tariffs. President Trump has said for years that China is taking us in our trade deals. He even campaigned on how unfair China is in this regard. Will this escalate to a trade war? What will that mean for investors?
Is there such a thing as “fake hate?” The term “fake hate” was used by Rose Namajunas, the Ultimate Fighting Championship straw-weight title holder. The UFC industry promotes fights by opponents belittling, insulting and trash talking each other. Namajunas, in an interview with USA Today Sports, he said “I can’t stand all this fake hate. Ego and fear and different negative forces push people into a
talking a certain way about each other. If there is a genuine disdain, sure, why not? But why generate hate for the sake of it?”
Do you think the media and government promotes fake hate with their constant coverage of racism, sexism, etc? If so,
why and how do we resist it?
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I’m Susan Murphy, owner of THINK! America Radio Network, and a fairly new recruit to the “talk radio” business. Most of my career has been in the casino and hotel industry, with the final ten years being a General Manager and eventually a President of a large hotel and casino in Nevada owned by a publicly traded corporation. The property I managed generated close to $100M annually in revenue and employed an average of 1,200 people.The casino industry is a rough, tough, extremely competitive and risky business. I know . . . I lived it for many years.
What in the world is someone from the casino industry doing running a radio talk show?
Here’s the thing – I observed firsthand how government layered more and more regulations and taxes on my industry without any regard to the expense and impact on jobs of “real” people taking care of their families. The biggest insult was that the government had no concern for the health and wellbeing of an industry that employed hundreds of thousands in its workforce.
And, it’s not just the “sinful” casino industry that has been overregulated and over taxed.
Our government has successfully disparaged profitable businesses.
It’s not an exaggeration that profit-driven businesses have been demonized by our government and, sadly, by millions of citizens. There’s no longer appreciation for risk takers who create jobs and build a prosperous future for Americans. The word “profit” has become synonymous with “greed” in American enterprise. The term “job creator” has become synonymous with “job exploiter.”
The self-righteousness of many career politicians is so profound that they’ve transformed the government’s identity to one of being a “Robin Hood.” Of course this is completely backward, but sadly, too many Americans have been duped into thinking the government has our backs. The fact is that the original Robin Hood was stealing back the money that the tyrannous government stole from its citizens.
I Wanted to Speak Out in a Way that Mattered.
I decided I needed to do something – anything – to reach people like you and me with a message of outrage for the thoughtless policies the ever burgeoning American government has imposed on us. I chose a radio talk show to reach people as I’m familiar with its excellent delivery system.
Foolish economic policies are just one example of government overreach.
It’s about our public education, domestic programs, foreign policies, bureaucratic agencies without accountability, personal taxes, disregard for personal rights, and too many other infringements to mention on this page. The bottom line is it’s the excessive and monstrous growth of our government and politicians’ self-serving need to be omnipotent that’s corrupting the Constitution and exceptional American values and talents.
Still, there are notes in our lives that ring true and remind us of our culture and history.
I’m heartened to see so many of these notes are still with us. Our definition of families may have changed but the sense of family, and its importance, is still alive and well. No matter how you define American families, parents still tell their kids not to lie, there is no shame in hard work, and to be kind to everyone no matter the consequences.
Goodwill for others is what trends online in America.
Charity, philanthropy, love, compassion, humanity, and raising money for those in need are still hallmark characteristics of Americana. The entrepreneurial spirit is actually better than past years and the United States continues to lead the way in technological advancements. And, most immigrants add to these gains as they realize and appreciate the unique value of free markets.
Kindness, trust, goodwill, hard work, a sense of fairness, individualism, and entrepreneurship are what ultimately define our culture and history . . . all of these quintessential American traits are still alive and kicking today.
But, the rise of big government estranges us from our American heritage.
We’re a young country; too young to have distanced ourselves so greatly from the principals of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. How do we integrate our deep sense of Americana with the reality of corrosive and divisive politics that exist today?
Our job as citizens is not to trust the government, but to be vigilant of government so that our rights are protected.
It is We The People who have allowed politicians to self-appoint themselves as the ambassadors of “what is best for us.” I want to ask our listeners: “why is their analysis any better than ours?”
The Woodrow Wilson Administration and the U.S. Supreme Court empowered Congress to delegate legislative power to federal agencies. And, these agencies have the power to be the judge and jury in assigning punishment to those who “break” the laws they created for the benefit of the agencies.
To add insult to injury, there is absolutely zip, zero, nada accountability for their actions. There hasn’t been one branch of government that can control these agencies whose only purpose seems to be to keep growing and acquiring more power. Currently, it’s estimated that there are over 430 departments, agencies, and sub-agencies managing America’s future. No wonder we’ve lost individual power in America.
It’s My Money and Reputation on the Line.
I’m taking a financial and professional risk starting this business but I felt I had to do something to help the voices of real people discuss real issues. THINK! America Radio Network is my venue to fight for what is best of Americana . . . rugged individualism tempered with the desire to help others achieve their goals.
I hope you’ll support my efforts by listening to the THINK! America Radio show and sharing it with others. Unlike the government, I understand I’ll have to work hard to legitimately earn your respect, show after show, so that you’ll continue to listen to our programming.
Let’s fight to manage our own lives . . . free from the ridiculous constraints leveled upon us from a bloated and wasteful government. After all, politicians are “real” people too – not superior to us in their analysis of how we should run our lives and our country.
Thank you for giving THINK! America Radio Network a shot at being heard and shared.
Owner and Risk Taker
P.S. If you’re like me, you also have to do something – anything – to get our government reporting to us instead of exploiting us. Together, let’s keep the best of Americana alive and kicking for the next generation. Thanks again. Susan.
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