THINK! America – Weekend of Oct. 14, 2017 – Show #1
Topics - October 14, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Justin Danhof, Esq., General Counsel for the National Center for Public Policy Research, and Director of the Center’s Free Enterprise Project.
Topics & Guest – October 14, 2017 – Show #1
Sexual Harassment—the spectrum of bad behavior. Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, Bill O’Reilly, Roger Ailes, Harvey Weinstein are just a few well-known names accused of sexual harassment related to the work environment. Sexual harassment definition is broad, and it displays itself in different ways—from mild to severe. When accused, the defendants often define their behavior as “flirty” rather than
“harassing,” and use “boys will be boys, who don’t get a PC culture.” Attorneys for the accused point to vague, subtle or secretive signs the accuser makes which encourage the “harassment.” If you had to write a HR Handbook, how would you define sexual harassment? Why do some get away with it and others don’t?
West Point has graduated a student who is open about his support of Communism. The student tweeted a picture of himself in his cadet uniform with a Che Guevara shirt on underneath, and he also showed a photo of himself holding a hat with the message “Communism Will Win.” He believes that the US military has a “brutally hierarchical rank structure,” and now his openness is putting West Point in a bad light. What steps, if any, should the Academy, and/or the US military take against this cadet?
Interview: Justin Danhof, Esq., General Counsel for the National Center for Public Policy Research, and Director of the Center’s Free Enterprise Project. Topic: Leftist activist investors targeting Fed Ex and why they won’t win against free speech and freedom to assemble.
Governor Jerry Brown of California recently signed legislation (SB 54) declaring California a sanctuary state. The measure takes effect in January. But what does this mean exactly? It limits who state and local law enforcement personnel can hold, question and transfer at the request of federal immigration authorities. AG Sessions called it “unconscionable” as the national debate is now teed up on whether federal authorities can compel local authorities to enforce federal immigration laws. What do you think the Feds should do about sanctuary states?
Change Your Life Technology: Possible Casual Link to Autism.