THINK! America – Weekend of Dec. 3, 2016 – Show #2
Topics & Guest - December 3, 2016 - Show #2. Guest: Mark Spencer, Judicial Watch West Coast Attorny
Topics & Guest – December 3, 2016 – Show #2
Soft target: college campuses. An 18 year-old Somali student is shot dead after he used his vehicle to mow down other students and a butcher knife to try to cut them to death. At Ohio State University, he is identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan. ISIS magazine is calling for these kinds of attacks, and college campuses are targeted. Some pundits are already pointing out that Trump was right in putting a halt on all Muslims coming into the US, especially refugees, (for now), so that these types of attacks are not the “new-normal.” Agree?
Medal of Freedom Winners: 21 men and women received the Medal of Freedom on Nov. 22. It’s the nation’s highest civilian honor. But at least half of the latest group of recent winners were from show-business: artists, actors or musicians, including singer Bruce Springsteen, actor Robert deNiro, Tom Hanks, Diana Ross, and “Saturday Night Live” producer Lorne Michaels. Even Ellen DeGeneres! Where were the pioneering scientists, inventors, humanitarians, political activists? Do you agree with the list of winners this go-round? https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-awards- medal-of-freedom-to- a-star- studded-list- of-21- recipients/2016/11/22/e6991c24-b0e2-11e6- be1c-8cec35b1ad25_story.html
Interview: Mark Spencer, Judicial Watch West Coast Attorney. Topic: JW has many cases filed against Hillary Clinton (recently cases regarding the private server and more importantly the Clinton Foundation), but Trump says he’ll pass on prosecution of her, at least for now. How can he say that when it is not in the Executive Domain. Will Judicial Watch go it alone to investigate her?
Made in America Mantra: The holidays are here and much of the stuff Americans are buying aren’t American made. It’s made in China, Vietnam, India and Pakistan. In particular, the electronics supply chain and massive labor pool are two challenging areas standing in the way of president-elect Trump’s pledge to make US companies bring manufacturing jobs home. What is your understanding of how Trump will renegotiate those “trade deals?” If it’s made here, won’t Americans be paying a lot more for stuff?
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