Scoot Show 310pm Kolin Kaepernick
Are you better or worse off since hurricane Katrina? How did the worst disaster in the history of America impact you, your loved ones or your business? (Some 1,800 people died; the cost—over 100 BILLION dollars...and recovery is still happening 111 years later.) Are you and your family fully recovered, or still struggling to do so? If you went through it – what’s your most vivid memory...what’s been the hardest part...and what’s the biggest lesson learned? If you didn’t, what do you want to know or worry about most? PLUS - Trump & Clinton’s heated battle for minorities and undecided voters continues. Who is better position-ed to win over either? ALSO: Your take on Colin Kaepernick’s decision NOT to stand during the national anthem. Do you support his decision as “freedom of speech” or do you think it’s an insult worthy of a fine or punishment of some sort? Is what Kaepernick did UN-american or very American, standing (or sitting) for what you believe in?