THINK! America – Weekend of March. 4, 2017 – Show #1
Topics - March 4, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Mark Wanish, Health and Fitness Expert, Founder of Burn Boot Camp.
Topics & Guest – March 4, 2017 – Show #1
Trump’s first State of the Union was earlier this week. He addressed both houses of Congress, whom he has often referred to as a “do-nothing” Congress. Trump wants to push defense spending by way of cuts to other agencies, increase of personnel for border security and he has vowed for better veterans care. He has also promised tax reform, regulatory reform, education and job training, and of course, healthcare reform. Did he win over the Congress and the anti-Trumpers in the crowd? Do you agree with his budget?
In a new video produced for the 2017 Makers Conference, which is a feminist leadership retreat held in California, Hillary Clinton gives a rallying call for girls and women to be “the glass-ceiling breakers of the future,” and also said that despite all the challenges, she remains convinced that the future is female, especially pointing to the Women’s March the day after the Inauguration. So, is the future female? Why can’t the future be male? Is a male liberation coming soon?
Interview: Mark Wanish, Health and Fitness Expert, Founder of Burn Boot Camp. Topic: New study that shows how constant and long-term stress might be the factor that’s making you fat. High levels of cortisol were studied and are a factor.
Once again the state of Maine is pushing to eliminate sugary foods like candy and soda pop from the roster of accepted Food Stamp Foods (SNAP). The state has asked the federal government for permission to ban these sugary substances from the Food Stamp program, even those previous efforts to enact this kind of reform have failed. Maine has the highest obesity rate in New England and spends $700 M on obesity-related medical costs. Is this a good way to curb obesity, or is Maine simply trying to manifest that it’s “doing something” about the problem?
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