THINK! America – Weekend of Feb. 17, 2017 – Show #2

Topics - February 18, 2017 - Show #2. Guest: Dr. Chris Copeland PhD, University of Texas.

Topics and Guest – February 18, 2017 – Show #2

Recently Nordstrom’s pulled Ivanka Trump’s line of clothing citing poor sales, but the truth may be more that they caved to liberal pressure of disliking her father, the President. Now, the CEO of Under Armour and his Under Armour brand are facing a boycott because he has praised Pres. Trump. So, is it okay or not okay to try to hurt businesses if you don’t agree with the owner’s politics? If okay, should those on the right boycott Starbucks, for instance?

The Boy Scouts of America have decided that they will admit biological girls, who say they are transgender-ing into boys. In years past, the Boy Scouts accepted gay scouts and gay scout leaders, and now have decided to accept “trans-boys.” Some parents of biological boy scouts are outraged at this decision, and are pulling their sons from the organization, including Cub Scouts.

Interview: Dr. Chris Copeland PhD, University of Texas. Topic: Is the electoral grid across America vulnerable to a cyberspace terrorist attack.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (designed to protect consumers) was created in 2011 following the financial crisis and during the 111th Democrat-dominated congress. As a powerful regulator, it has collected $500 million in fines since. But it is funded by the Federal Reserve, which answers to no one. In Oct. 2016, a federal court ruled that the agency is “unconstitutionally structured.” Should the now Republican-controlled Congress get rid of the CFPB or make it “constitutionally structured?” If it were up to you, would you reorganize it, or vote to defund it? Doesn’t the American consumer need regulator of some kind…or not?

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