THINK! America – Weekend of July. 8, 2017 – Show #1
Topics - July 8, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Justin Pearson, Managing Attorney, Institute for Justice in Florida
Topics & Guest – July 8, 2017 – Show #1
Understanding the President: If the tweet is the new “news,” then Americans need to understand the President via Twitter. The Left in America loathes Trump the Tweeter, in part because his tweets reflect a brazen street-fighter personality. But the Right in America seems to shrug it off saying he’s just punching back at the leftist media and leftist policies, which need a good whack! Here is an assessment from Byron York about how to read the President’s tweets. BTW, President Trump himself has said that he tweets because he’s a modern day president. What is your take on reading the President’s tweets?
Did you know that interstellar lizards, in people suits, rule our country? No? Well, 12 million Americans believe they do. That’s according to a 2016 Public Policy Polling survey. If you don’t believe them, just look for signs of lizard teeth in public figures. There’s no end to government conspiracy theories, and most are dismissed as silly and ridiculous. Yet, some prove out as true and legitimate. What about the FBI spying on political parties to further an agenda of a party they liked better? What about NSA spying on all Americans in a kind of dragnet? What about the death of Seth Rich? Are there any theories you thought were insane a few years ago but turned out to be true?
Interview: Justin Pearson, Managing Attorney, Institute for Justice – Florida. Topic: Skim milk. At a Florida creamery, government can’t force businesses to LIE. Government agencies thought they had the power to change the dictionary. But a dairy farmer (a woman) disagreed, and she won her standoff with a regulator.
No more Smartphones Sales to kids. A new proposal in Colorado would establish limits on smartphone sales to kids under 13. Under the ballot initiative proposal, it would be the first state in the union with legal limits on smart phone sales. Sell a smartphone to a preteen or younger minor would incur a written warning, and a second offense would be met with a $500.00 fine. Seems the idea about legislation is stemming from parents and caregivers who can’t control what kids are seeing, hearing and saying on smartphones. Is it smart to prohit the sale of a smart phone to a minor? Why? Why not?
Change Your Life Technology: Alive and Kickin’ – the Woolly Mammoth.