THINK! America – Weekend of Aug. 5, 2017 – Show #2
Topics - August 5, 2017 - Show #2. Guest: Mike King ,Attorney/partner at Gammage and Burnham
Topics and Guest – October 17, 2015
The Clinton’s and the Left have been giving conservatives the finger for years. With 100% confidence they behaved as if they ‘d never be held to the same legal standards as other Americans. Finally, Republicans seem to be fighting back. How? First, James A. Baker is reportedly under DOJ criminal investigation for allegedly leaking classified national security information. Second, political aides of Pres. Obama reportedly making hundreds of requests during the 2016 election to unmask names of Americans. Third, Congress is seeking Wasserman Schultz’s testimony on the IT scandal investigation. Fourth, HRC’s possible illegal effort to thwart a Bangladesh government corruption probe of Muhammad Yunus. Fifth, subpoenas are out to members of the research firm, Fusion GPS, over the so-called Trump Dossier. Are Republicans growing a backbone? Will all these roads lead to prosecution for The Clintons?
The weird growing appeal of heavy metal:: Awhile back the WSJ did an expose on heavy metal (2-19- 16. Other publications have also written about this type of music. This genre has been called “the music of the world” because it’s now global. Heavy metal fans prefer “extreme metal” and its rebellion into the dark, goth, aggressive manifestations. Other fans prefer the more melodic sounds of Judas Priest. Metal superstars include Demonic Resurrection. Yet, despite its scary vibe, heavy metal actually requires a high degree of music prowess, which is prized in countries like China, Finland and Japan. Is this type of music here to stay, and if so, is it because fans are joined worldwide by a common sense of cultural dissent?
Interview: Mike King ,Attorney/partner at Gammage and Burnham, Topic: Case of identifying a person via hand-swipping. A plaintiff
says this is “the mark of the beast.” This case demonstrates the intersection of first amendment rights, employment rights, and technology.
Beepocalpse: Over the past few years, we’ve been bombarded with the crises of “colony-collapse disorder” or “beepocalypse.” We’re being told of bees dying at an alarming rate threatening one-third of the world’s food supply. This is promoted by most major media sources including newspapers, TV, and radio, and from our government and public education teachers. But is it more of an environmental scare along the lines of overpopulation, chemophobia, and non-renewal resource depletion? If so, those things never happened. Forbes contributor, Henry I. Miller says “those things are misleading and false.” Yet, others says Miller’s statement is hogwash. What’s your opinion about the accuracy of the “beepocalypse”?
Change Your Life Technology: Charge Your Phone and Electric Car in Milliseconds.