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Issue: I am not certain America is prepared for any wide scale Ebola outbreak. Who's to Blame?
Ebola has touched down in the United States. Thomas Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States died last week. This week a nurse, who treated Duncan, has tested positve for Ebola. It seems like the people who treat those with Ebola, keep coming up with Ebola.
Are the individuals who get Ebola while treating patients not being careful?
Is there a sound procedure for handling Ebola patients?
Is the government to Blame for not requiring better Ebola training of medical professionals?
Is there something I am missing?
Issue: Many of you do not know this about me, but last week I went to the emergency room. I am lucky to be covered. Who's to Blame?
Listen in and I will tell you why. Since last week, I have actually been taking advantage of my health insurance that gives me privilege in the medical word. I will tell you all about my experiences among the insured and some observations I made. I will also take your calls about being insured or uninsued.
Issue: The NFL promotes violence, Who's to Blame?
Over the past two weeks it has become glaringly apparent that the NFL is a violent entity with violent men. In a week following the press nightmares in connection with Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson the NFL is fighting off a violent image. But who's to Blame?
Is it the Game? The game is inherently violent some say.
Is it the jock culture, with steroids, strength, no girls or lots of girls?
Is it the absence of women? Is it time to include more ladies in the NFL?
Issue: ISIS is out of control! Who's to Blame?
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is out of control and it seems like they are gaining more power in communities Southwest Asia. They are recruiting Americans, Egyptians, Syrians, British and anyone else who supports thier message to join them in chopping heads. But why do they grow stronger?
Is it the religious message ISIS spreads?
Perhaps some find the political power they have come to possess attractive?
Could America be to Blame for intervention/non-intervention?
Issue: Church > State. Who's to Blame?
In Houston there is a heated debate over restrooms. In our progressive world some cities like to accommodate the minority. HERO is an ordinance that accommodates transgender individuals bathroom choices that passed a few months ago in Houston. Recently, churches are being accused of encouraging the congregation to go out and get signatures to repeal the ordinance. The City through pro bono attorneys have subpoenaed the suspect churches' sermons; after uproar had to change the language from sermons to speeches. Now the repeal is tied up in litigation until the new year. Churches usually go unchecked when they preach politics in the pulpit. Why?
Are people afraid to challenge churches?
Churches so protected when it comes to free speech. Does that make it difficult to catch them?
Is it because we are really a Christian nation?
Issue: Black America has a police prejudice. Who's to Blame?
When black people see the police, they usually have negative feelings. Some black people want to run and some are compelled to do something that alerts the authorities to the fact that they are law abiding. Many blacks are afraid and think the police will harm them. And lately, like in the case of Michael Brown instead of protecting and serving the police have been shooting and killing, unarmed black men.
Does every American have this same prejudice? Are black people just overly sensitive to police brutality or are these negative feelings justified? Are black people just more criminal than the average american?
Issue: People are RECOVERING from the Ebola virus in the United States?? Who's to Blame?
Were you a little afraid when you heard that America had contracted two Ebola patients? Did you picture Outbreak or the Walking Dead?
Did you know there was a potential cure? I bet no one did, until two Westerners got it. Mabye it's just me.
I will be discussing facts about the Ebola virus, the Americans who contracted it and the possible cure on Who's to Blame.
Issue: Corporations, job creators and even some workers do not respect our labor. Who's to Blame?
Though both corporate productivity and corporate profits climb, workers' wages remain stagnant. CEO's continue to see big payouts, even during economic downturn. Corporations are being accused of wage theft. America can't even get our legislators to respect our labor through increasing the minimum wage.
However, without the productivity of the worker you don't have profits. Why don't workers get paid more for their productivity? Laborers, they get no respect.
Is the government to Blame for not raising the minimum wage?
Would a $2.00 wage increase kill business and force them into layoffs?
Do you feel that a worker's productivity is not always worth a certain wage?
Do workers even know what their labor is worth?
Silly me, I forgot to do my show prep. Who's to Blame?
But seriously, tell me or ask me. It's a chance for me to try out a new show format. Send me your questions or call at 6:30 pm eastern.
I will be rambling about soccer, Hillary Clinton, Zendaya and tune in to see what else.
Issue: I am pretty sure the kids are going crazy. Who's to Blame?
Youth will always seem unruly to adults. But today's unruly children have become killers for stupid reasons. Are the parents to blame? Could it be something society as a whole is doing wrong? Or is it just my perception?
Issue: Attention Whore Disorder is rampant. Who's to Blame?
Should we blame the most recent attention whore Jasmine Tridevil directly? She does want attention afterall. Or is it deeper? Tridevil is not the only attention whore, I mean a picture of Ann Coulter pops in my head when I say attention whore. Also Sarah Palin. All reality show celebrities.
Do we Blame media for running stories like these? It's so in our face. I couldn't avoid seeing Tridevil's story in my feed.
Are consumers to Blame? We are the one's who eat it up.
What about social media, where everybody is a star if they can get enough likes?
Is it an illness?
Issue: The City of West Palm Beach is on the hook for three (3) million misallocated federal tax dollars. Who's to Blame?
In WPB it's payback time. The City owes $3 million dollars back to the federal government in HUD funding. For some reason, in 2005 the City hired the Redemptive Life Church to operate the program. Interestingly enough the Church's registered agent/ attorney, Keith James sits on the City's Commission. How's the program doing? How's the church doing? What happened to the federal dollars? Why is Keith James involved? Who's to Blame?
I know it's a local blame, but they misused federal tax dollars.