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THINK! America – Weekend of June. 22, 2017 – Show #2

Topics - July 22, 2017 - Guest: Former Congressman and Top Expert on Immigration, Tom Tancredo

Topics & Guest – July 22, 2017 – Show #2

A recent house amendment failed to stop the Pentagon from spending millions of dollars on “transition-related” medical care, including surgery and hormone treatment for “trans-ing” personnel. Nancy Pelosi called the intent of the amendment “unjust and mean-spirited.” Her side argues that the money should be spent because gender identify doesn’t matter anyway, as not all military jobs require combat. The other side argues that the military may be turning into a playground for social experiments, instead of being the toughest fighting force around to win wars. Can you imagine a soldier in basic training telling his tough-as- nail drill sergeant to stop being mean when the sergeant’s job is to toughen them up, which could save their lives in battle? What’s your call?

Panicked Brides: The closing of a popular bridal gown manufacturer has resulted in brides-to- be becoming panicked across the country. The status of their dresses remains unknown. “I picked out a Disney princess dress for my wedding and now I won’t be able to wear it, ” sobbed a soon-to-be bride after learning she wouldn’t get her chosen dress. She reportedly won’t get her money back either, and her only recourse is to speak to the bankruptcy lawyer on the case. Are the brides justified in having a sobbing meltdown, or are they just “snowflakes” with their bridezilla temper tantrums? Would you be upset if it happened in you, your bride and/or your family?

Interview: Former Congressman and Top Expert on Immigration, Tom Tancredo. Topic: Texas passing a strong anti-sanctuary city bill.

Bride panic: The closing of a popular bridal gown manufacturer has resulted in brides-to- be becoming panicked across the country. The status of their dresses remains unknown. “I picked out a Disney princess dress for my wedding and now I won’t be able to wear it, ” sobbed a soon-to-be bride after learning she wouldn’t get her chosen dress. She reportedly won’t get her money back either, and her only recourse is to speak to the bankruptcy lawyer on the case. Are the brides justified in having a sobbing meltdown, or are they just “snowflakes” with their bridezilla temper tantrums? Would you be upset if it happened in you, your bride and/or your family?

Energy Star, courtesy of the EPA. Should it be cut? It’s the familiar blue label that catches the eye of appliance shoppers. It tells buyers that a refrigerator, washing machine or dishwasher runs efficiently, saves money in the long run, and for those mindful of the climate, reduces their carbon footprint. The EPA runs the program and estimates that it saves consumers and businesses $34B in energy costs each year. But critics say this program deserves to be cut. For one thing, buying certain Energy Star certified products can get you federal tax credits, which means that taxpayers pay for some of its touted energy savings. Critics also argue that if Energy Star has the technology which saves money, why does it need to be mandated? Are you for Energy Star?

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