THINK! America – Weekend of Nov. 25, 2017 – Show #2

Topics - November 25, 2017 - Show #2. Guest: Richard Agundez, Retired Agent for El Cajon Police Department (30 years), Medal of Valor Recipient for Efforts to Stop Granite Hills High School Shooting.

Topics and Guest: November 24, 2017 – Show #2

Vice-President Pence has a rule to not share private meals or meetings with women when his wife is not present. He was mostly criticized, ridiculed and even called a “pervert” for his decision when the Washington Post made “Pence’s Rule” public last March. Fast-forward seven months and at least seven high profile sexual attacks on women later, what do you now think of “Pence’s Rule”? (1) He decided to enact some boundaries between himself and the opposite sex to protect his wife and put his marriage first. (2) He has reduced women to sexual temptations who need to be avoided?

In a nation that rips down iconic heroes of our past, like Washington and Jefferson, and puts up a statue of DC Mayor Marion Barry, might Thanksgiving 2017 be next under attack? Will Englishman Bradford and the Pilgrims be shamed for praising God for a bountiful harvest? Will the tradition of eating game, foul, and even lobster as the pilgrims did on the First Thanksgiving, be somehow mocked and ridiculed? Plus the day after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year, and often
that shopping starts on Thanksgiving.

Interview: Richard Agundez, Retired Agent for El Cajon Police Department (30 years), Medal of Valor Recipient for Efforts to Stop Granite Hills High School Shooting.

Ibthihaj Muhammad is an American woman, a Muslim and a member of the US Olympic Fencing Team. Mattel is honoring Ibtihaj with a doll modeled in her likeness – the first Barbie to wear a hijab. The doll was announced at the Glamour Women of the Year Summit Monday, where she was honored as part of a new Barbie program, which recognizes female pioneers and innovators. Her parents
chose the sport of fencing for her, because it allows her to be completely covered up while participating. So, what is the purpose of the honor? To honor her because she became part of a Olympic team in spite of the restrictions placed upon her by being Muslim? Or, because despite prejudices over her religion, she still excelled in her sport?

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