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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Thursday 8/10/2017

Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Thursday 8/10/2017
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North Korea has threatened that they are planning a missile strike against Guam, a US island territory in the Pacific Ocean about the same size as the city of Chicago, following the US President’s threat to unleash “fire and fury” against Pyongyang. Sebastian Gorka, Deputy Assistant to President Donald Trump joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the latest threats from North Korea:

 

A new movie “The Red Pill” documents filmmaker and self-described feminist Cassie Jaye’s three year odyssey tracing the Men’s Rights Movement. Local Men’s Rights Activist Dan Bulf joined Dan and Amy to talk about the Men’s Rights Movement and his own personal journey:

 

CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore joined Dan and Amy to talk about what a $15 minimum wage would mean for the economy and also talked about the prospects for tax reform in Congress:

 

Fired Google engineer James Damore spoke with Stefan Molyneux on the Freedomain Radio podcast about the experiences and studies that led him to write an essay titled Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber critiquing the culture of the company, which led to his termination.

 

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson is apologizing for comments he made on our show. Johnson said he believed John McCain may have voted against the Republican health care bill because of his recently diagnosed brain tumor.

 

Defense Secretary James Mattis issued a stern warning to North Korea on Wednesday, amid reports that the regime now has the ability to produce miniaturized nuclear warheads that could be attached to ballistic missiles.

 

The doctor who discovered CTE believes that letting anyone under 18 years old play football should be considered child abuse. He added he doesn’t believe there is any way to make the sport safer.