Chris Cantwell with Transworld Business Advisors and Allen Thomas, a closet millennial, join Kim for the battle of the ideas. Basically, if you are engaged in a conversation and you cannot defend your premise you need to check your premise.
The trio discuss HB20-1354, Film Production Income Tax Credit. Why does the government think it is their responsibility to give incentives to the film industry? It would be much more productive to eliminate expensive rules and regulations forced upon all businesses and let competition choose the best business for their needs instead of the government picking winners and losers. Kim explains the experience she had as Lone Tree City Councilwoman in regards to Hooters. Hooters should have the right to compete in the free market for patrons.
Closures and cancellations of events in the name of “public health” are numerous because of the hysteria surrounding the Coronavirus. No one is forcing anyone to go to a restaurant or a sporting event. Let people decide for themselves. If someone thinks there is a risk then he/she does not have to leave their home. We are not only closing these businesses, we are closing our economy, which will have dramatic unintended consequences.
Allen discusses his article Ok Boomer, Truce! We need to be persuasive when debating ideas with others, and this starts without FB rants, name-calling, or labeling of people. Instead, be knowledgeable of your subject matter, which includes the ability to defend your premise, and acknowledge an understanding of the starting point and experience of the other person.