THINK! America – Weekend of Dec. 22, 2017 – Show #1
Topics - December 2, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Martha Louise Deutscher, Retired (23 years with federal service) from the DOD and US Information Agency. Author of Screening The System: Exposing Security Clearance Dangers.
Topics and Guest – December 2, 2017 – Show #1
Lois Lerner back in the news: employers won’t hire her, people mock her with epithets like “dirty Jew,” and federal agents guard her house due to death threats. Plus, she’s spent hundreds of thousands of dollars defending herself against accusations that she orchestrated a cover up in the IRS scandal. Do you blame Lois Lerner, former IRS Director, for not wanting the public to hear her testimony about how she handled applications for tax-exempt status from Tea Party and conservative groups?
With all the continued news about hazing and Greek life coming under scrutiny on college campuses, will fraternities soon be a thing of the past, altogether? While there have been disciplinary actions against some individuals in frats and against whole frat houses, illegal, dangerous, and sordid actions still take place with Greek life on campuses and many universities say they want to do away with this style of living, for good. What do you think?
Interview: Martha Louise Deutscher, Retired (23 years with federal service) from the DOD and US Information Agency. Author of Screening The System: Exposing Security Clearance Dangers. Topic: How does a person get a security clearance? How does The Security Clearance System work?
Due process danger! With all the sexual harassment allegations making the news, plus the “hashtag me too” campaign, there’s an increasing danger of slander. The allegations are spreading like wildfire, from Hollywood, into politics, into journalism, and now into private businesses. Massage Envy is the latest. Over 180 customers have now claimed that they were somehow sexually assaulted at a
Massage Envy, and it’s difficult to show evidence, if a customer and a massage therapist were the only two in the room—a case of “he said, she said.” With claims of sexual infractions, the stakes are very high, because entire reputations and businesses are on the line. How do we fight the public’s rush to judgment? The public is always quick to believe what it wants to believe.
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