THINK! America – Weekend of Dec. 30, 2017 – Show #1
Topics - December 30, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Dr. Gerard Lameiro, PhD. Author - More Great News for America - Philosopher, Economist and Engineer.
Topics and Guest – December 30, 2017 – Show #1
Is Christmas only one day of peace and good will toward men? The day after Christmas seems to be all about returning stuff to the store and being back in the hustle and bustle of the mall and the sales. As a nation, we are very commercialized, and Christmas itself (i.e. Jesus is the reason for the season theme), seems to gets short shrift. This may be particularly so this year, because Christmas fell on a Monday, putting mall returns on Tuesday, or others back to work on Tuesday and through the rest of the week. Are we now a nation of more jingle, less Jesus, as USA Today claims?
What’s with liberals and Walmart? FBI agent, Peter Strzok, claimed in a text to his FBI lover girlfriend Lisa Page during the presidential campaign 2016, that in going “to a southern Virginia Walmart (he) could smell the Trump support.” Both these FBI agents’ texts were
released by the DOJ recently, after Robert Mueller released them from his team investigating Russia/election meddling.
The texts show clear anti-Trump bias, and by extension, a bias toward the Walmart shopper. So, too, the Left in general have a disdain for Trump and perhaps Walmart. Is there a connection between Trump supporters and those who want to save money by shopping at Walmart?
Interview: Dr. Gerard Lameiro, PhD. Author – More Great News for America – Philosopher, Economist and Engineer. Topic: Is the Era of The Clintons finally over? Lameiro says, yes! The Bill Era, the Bill and Hillary Era, the Hillary Era, the power politics, the power couple dominating and controlling the Democratic Part, the seemingly endless list of questionable activities– -ALL OF IT, is over.
Congress has made student loans non-dischargeable – that is, the outstanding loan can’t be forgiven. It’s put a lot of now-working graduates in a tough spot. Some say, “You took out the loan and now you have to pay it back – welcome to the grown-up world.” Others say, “Hold on now, because almost all other federal loans allow for debtors to choose Chapter 7 to alleviate their debt, even if Chapter 7 results in a lousy credit rating isn’t exactly a cake walk.” What your take regarding students who get into too big a loan, and may
fail with their payments?
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