THINK! America – Weekend of May. 26, 2018 – Show #2
Topics - May 26, 2018 - Show #2. Guest: Chanel Christoff Davis, Expert - Sales Tax Collection, CEO & Partner - Davis, Davis & Harmon, Sales Tax Experts.
Topics and Guest – May 26, 2018 – Show #2
Latest school shooting: With all the talk about what to do regarding school shootings (gun access, mental illness, loner and bullied children, Second Amendment, etc.), a new area of discussion is now dominating — how to better arm schools themselves. If we fortify banks and airports, for example, which were former soft targets), why not get serious about public schools, the sites where attendance is mandatory? How do you think it’s best to do this?
The Indoor Generation: Are you a couch potato…and IF you do expand your horizons, do you move to the den and become a computer potato? A new survey says a quarter of Americans spend all day inside! As such, they don’t realize how bad indoor air-quality is, when compared to the great outdoors? Partly to blame for this is our attachment to many electronic devices with FOMO—Fear of Missing Out, as to what the devices can provide. Do you live indoors?
Interview: Chanel Christoff Davis, Expert – Sales Tax Collection, CEO & Partner – Davis, Davis & Harmon, Sales Tax Experts. Topic: The Supreme Court is deciding whether states can collect sales taxes on internet purchases, and if the purchase is across state lines, should the seller remit taxes back to the state whose citizen received the product? This ruling impacts many small internet businesses.
Do you have a right to sex? The terrorist who used his van to mow down pedestrians in Toronto was a self-identified “incel” –internet speak for “involuntary celibate”. He acted out his vengeance against women and society for denying him the sex he thought he deserved, by killing ten people and injuring fifteen. In his Face Book post, he called for “incel rebellion”. Incel “refers to an online subculture of
resentful men who can’t have sex”. A noted economist, libertarian and author recently commented on the right to sex by saying, “If we are concerned about the just distribution of property and money, why do we assume that the desire for some sort of sexual redistribution is inherently ridiculous”? Explain your opinion on whether or not people have a right to sex.