The Best of TrueChat
Can you give your child too little freedom? What happens to kids that are not permitted to fail? American children are facing a problem: overprotection.
What really causes school shootings? Some contend that bullying isn't the problem. Justin and Lance also update you on the estimated death toll in Puerto Rico.
The United States accounts for only 4% of the hurricanes that make landfall, so why does the country incur 60% of the costs? Justin and Lance discuss this revelation from The New York Times.
An ad appeared in the Wall Street Journal on Saturday about false news and Facebook was the advertiser. Is the company taking this problem seriously and are their "tips" useful?
The Trump Administration is proposing requiring drug manufacturers to list the full price of their medications in advertisements. Would this help foster competition?
Some states are allowing ex-felons to vote. Should they be allowed to and what are the implications?
Can a single judge solve America's drug problem? It is indeed possible with multidistrict litigation. Justin and Lance discuss this relatively unknown legal process.
With labor shortages across the country, small towns are trying all kinds of ways to lure workers. Can paying people to move to your city work or is there a better option?
Education is changing and apprenticeships could be an essential part of our future workforce. Mike Petters, CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries, discusses how his company is using apprenticeships to supply its workforce.