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

Topics - December 2, 2017 - Show #2. Guest: Stephen Beeler, former LA Sheriff’s Department for 21 years. Author of The Firestone Syndrome, which portrays what happens when officers act above the law, taking things into their own hands.

Topics and Guest – December 2, 2017 – Show #2

A few months ago the California legislature passed a bill that could send some people to prison for “misusing” gender pronouns in elderly care facilities. Senate B219 creates a “bill of rights” for LGBTQ seniors in long-term care. Does government have a right to criminalize how people use pronouns? Do you think there might be a “free speech” element to any push back to the government on this?

The creator of a sex robot says the time will come when the sex robot will have children. And that time is soon…Sound alarming? He says that robots will have “offspring” in that robots will be able to speak and interact with their little smaller robotic children, and that it will be acceptable. Well, would you accept this? Are you ready for this kind of brave new world?

Interview: Stephen Beeler, former LA Sheriff’s Department for 21 years. Author of The Firestone Syndrome, which portrays what happens when officers act above the law, taking things into their own hands. Topic: Uncovering the Mandalay Massacre, and why the public knows nothing about motive.

Which personality is the worse kind of tyrant . . . a do-gooder or a narcissist? Well, if you’re trying to destroy the self-esteem of normal and healthy individuals who want to be worthy of honor and respect, the less obvious answer is the “do-gooder”. In his recent book, Men Without Work, the political economist (and American Enterprise Institute scholar) Nicholas Eberstadt presented a strong case that government’s social network of welfare and food stamps to help Americans left behind actually does nothing more than
rob them of their dignity – specifically, the opportunity of work. What do you think?

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