THINK! America – Weekend of Oct. 21, 2017 – Show #2

Topics - October 21, 2017 - Show #2. Guest: Jan Edgar Langbein, CEO, Genesis Women's Shelter & Support and Austin Street Center.

Topics and Guest – October 21, 2017 – Show #2

Out there—in the end zone! Kaepernick now blames Trump for his unemployment! Colin Kaepernick has now hired a high-paying
lawyer to sue the NFL for collusion against him. Colin apparently believes that Trump is to blame (though the President is not part of
collective bargaining agreement), and that the NFL owners were highly influenced by Trump, and therefore conspired against him to
keep him from being signed. Colin apparently doesn’t see that his own disruptive behavior in leading the players’ protest of the flag and
anthem might be why owners (individually) see him as a bad hire. What do you think? Did Colin Kaepernick bring this on himself? Is
the President to blame? How will all this end?

Why are Old White Guys a target for the Left? The latest one is Christopher Columbus …defacing statues of him, and getting rid of Columbus Day. This was the man whose voyage led to the European colonization of Americas and the creation of the United States. But the Left is beating up on him, too, like they’ve done to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Locke, and even William Shakespeare—all in their attempt to rewrite history. What do you suppose is driving the attack on Old White Guys, especially
famous ones who are deceased? Why does the Left not want them to rest in peace?

Interview: Jan Edgar Langbein, CEO, Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support and Austin Street Center. Topic: Twitter is abuzz with personal stories of sexual assault because of “Hurricane Harvey of Hollywood.”  Women worldwide are saying “Me, too!” Pile on? Or about time?

Krispy Kreme is really Crystal Meth? In 2015 a Florida man was arrested for “crystal meth” but that’s only what the police report said. He claimed what was on the floor of his car was the extra dried sugary icing dropped from his favorite donut, Krispy Kreme. He was
correct. Turns out the drug field kit was faulty and the arresting officer wasn’t properly trained. He sued, and was recently awarded
$37,500.00. Some say he shouldn’t have sued. Others say he should have been awarded more. Police mistakes cost us
all—sometimes in great amounts—for simple errors. Was the man making a mountain out of a molehill? Or were the police making
meth out of icing?

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