THINK! America – Weekend of Aug. 5, 2017 – Show #1

Topics - August 5, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Robert Spencer, of Jihad Watch, and Author of“The Politically Correct guide to Free Speech.”

Topics – August 5, 2017 – Show #1

In a sea of indignation and outrage over Trump’s critical tweets about AG Jeff Session’s decision to recuse himself from the Russian investigation, there’s a minority who completely agree with the President. They believe the AG only needed to recuse himself for a conflict of interest visa via a criminal investigation, but a counter-intelligence investigation did not require him to self-disqualify.
This minority says Trump had every right to blast Sessions even ifdoing it publically on Twitter appeared crass. Did the result of
Session’s recusal and Trump’s tweeting out his disapproval (“less than honorable recusal”) provide the Democrats more reason to push
for impeachment?: What do you say?l

“Public humiliation is a commodity and shame is an industry– an industry that makes money off someone’s suffering”. (Monica Lewinsky, Ted Talks, May ’15). Who could speak more knowledgeably about shame and suffering than Monica, Pres. Clinton intern and author of “Shame and Suffering, 2014. She was one of the first recipients to be humiliated and ridiculed on an international  stage. The enormity of her shame is exemplified by the fact that her affair with Clinton happened 22 years ago and her name and the incident can still be news. Now she’s speaking out against any kind of news that humiliates people about their intimate actions
conducted in their private lives. Would you agree with her analysis? Or it’s just a fact of life that we have to face the consequences of our
private actions due to the state of the world today?

Interview: Robert Spencer, of Jihad Watch, and Author of“The Politically Correct guide to Free Speech.” Topic: What is a moderate Muslim.

Go at Your Own Peril was the motto before Otto Warmbier went to North Korea. Now, it’s don’t go at all! Warmbier was subsequently arrested in North Korea and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. He died six days after being brought back to the US in a coma. Young Pioneer as the agency that took Warmbier to North Korea and recently this agency was informed that the US government will no longer be allowing US citizens to travel to DPRTK. The ban to go to North Korea will come into force within 30 days of July 27. How do you feel about your government dictating your travel? Many people don’t want much government interference in their lives at all and desire independence the freedom to make their own decisions. Plus, to some, seeing celebrities like Dennis Rodman in North Korea makes the experience seem desirable. Are you in favor of your government invalidating your passport if you desire to go there? Shouldn’t you be allowed to go at your own peril?

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