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THINK! America – Weekend of Oct. 7, 2017 – Show #2

Topics - September 30, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Robyn DeLuca PhD, Research Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University; Author, The Hormone Myth, How Junk Science, Gender Politics and Lies about PMS keep Women down

Topics and Guest – September 30, 2017 – Show #1

If you’re a political staffer, you want your guy to develop an agenda that resonates with voters. And you can hear them shout “and for God’s sake, stay on message”. If the boss doesn’t hold strong well-developed positions, he/she will have to create them—on the fly.Clinton advisor, Simon Rosenberg, recently noted on Fox News. . . .“Democrats need a compelling agenda that they don’t have now, but have a year to develop it”. Do Democrats need to invent an agenda? Are they running on empty? Did Hillary grasp at straws (sans an agenda) when she decided to name-call using the term “Deplorables?” Without an agenda, “political speak” can be interpreted as arrogant, self-serving, and phony. Is political speak the reason Americans hate politicians? Conversely, President Trump’s
speech is not smooth, but is recognized as authentic among the republican masses. Is that why supporters love him? Is this why
detractors hate him? Does it all come down to lack of an agenda and “politically speaking” as if you have one?

Is it a novelty or more of a mini-life- experience? In Bangkok, a hotel has their rooms designed like prison cells. Bare, bleak, and
ugly. But customers seem to either want the novelty of spending a night in “prison,” or they want to stay for awhile to try to really
experience a little bit of what convicts experiences. Travel Times says that many hotels are looking for unique ways to market their rooms, and that this concept could be coming to North America. How does something like

Interview Robyn DeLuca PhD, Research Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University; Author, The Hormone Myth, How Junk
Science, Gender Politics and Lies about PMS keep Women down. Topic: Do gender stereotypes impact the workplace?

Over the summer, Google fired one of their top engineers, James Damore. This, for writing an internal memo that suggested that some male-female disparity in tech could be due to biologic differences. It’s confusing because Alphabet’s (Google’s parent corporation)
Chairman Schmidt said, “The company was founded under the principles of freedom of expression, diversity, inclusiveness, and
science-based thinking.” Yet, Google fired him because he allegedly violated the company’s code of conduct.  He crossed the line “by
advancing harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace.” according to Sundar Pichai who is Google’s Chief Executive. Does Google
diversity simply mean everyone has to be equal regardless of human differences, i.e. men and women?  On the other hand, does it really matter because any company has the right to fire people?

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