THINK! America – Weekend of May. 5, 2018 – Show #2

Topics - May 5, 2018 - Show #2. Guest: Quentin Brogdon, Attorney Specialist in Legal Liabilities for Driverless (autonomous) Crashes

Topics and Guest – May 5, 2018 – Show #2

Nasty Woman! Seems, one woman (comedian Michelle Wolfe) has single handedly “blown up’ the Washington Correspondents Dinner. So where does it go from here? The President has said it’s “DEAD” and others have called for it to have a “year-off.” What do you say, given you’re not a journalist? Its purpose was to raise money for young upcoming journalists, but in several recent years it’s become
a show of “who’s who” in the press, and not much money israised relatively speaking, given the collective incomes of
those who attend. Is this dinner just news doing news on itself? Does this have a purpose that can be clearly defined?

Has Walmart declared war on Christian music? Walmart has recently announced it would not be carrying in its stores the Christian heavy metal group Stryper’s newest release entitled “God Damn Evil” evil though it’s considered one of the artists best pieces. The members of Stryper wear their Christian faith on their sleeve, and even on the rest of their bodies. While other heavy metal bands dabble in themes of evil, Satan, and the occult, this heavy metal band promotes Christ and Christian messages. But now Walmart isn’t promoting them. Bad move for Walmart, or good business…? Have a listen at link: stryper-the- valley-

Interview: Quentin Brogdon, Attorney Specialist in Legal Liabilities for Driverless (autonomous) Crashes. Topic: Brogdon claims the way we regulate self-driving cars is broken, but lays out a way to fix it.

Are our assumptions about millennials dead wrong? Let’s start with marriage. The overall complaint is that millennials don’t want the responsibility of a marriage, that they’d rather live at home and mooch off their parents. Turns out, that’s not true. Two recent studies by the Church of England and the Stanford Center on Longevity discovered that millennials want to achieve similar life goals at the same age as previous generations including getting married, buying a house, and starting a family. Who knew? Why is the older generation so critical and cranky about millennials?