Becky Worley tests new tools to help you find your wallet, keys, even your dog.
R: The truthfulness portion is incorrect because I watched the whole debate last night obviously this article is a good example piece of columnist bias. -that China has “total control” over North Korea (mostly false) Trump actually was implying that China is currently well fit to take charge of the North Korea situation but instead the US has taken on the initiative for free (I disagree agree because how much involvement the US has in South Korea; you can't tell me the military doesn't obtain any benefit from surrounding countries to provide incentive. It sounds to me like Trump wants to charge the rest of world for a service they didn't ask for.) - that he pushed NATO toward a sharper focus on terrorism (false) (Since when did Donald Trump have influence over NATO? The debate had a point where there were verbal exchanges on the NATO situation and he strongly believes changes need to be made to the way NATO currently operates. He has not said he "pushed" NATO to do anything all he has are opinions at this point and his defense most of the debate was to point the finger at Hillary saying she has had the opportunity to fix issues with NATO as she has had a role of power and influence to act on that situation in some way but Trump said she has not. From that I interpret that Trump has implied that he would take action if he had authority to within the last 10 years. Anyway so far I'm awaiting them to speak publicly about their goals on LGBT and Gender Identity. Also I would like to hear their views on leveling the playing field in the job market for all races so that employers don't choose to hire one over another based on some sort of incentive or tax break. In Towns that are majorly black there seems to be a reluctance from employers to hire white non-Hispanic males. It seems to me that if a black person actually wants a job they can obtain it fairly easy. As a poor white male black people have a tendency to flail their arms around at me assuming i'm racist. Is there any plan for the future of people who cannot become Black or Hispanic in their life and are not preferred for employment? How does the world plan to tackle issues such as most companies deeply harbor religious beliefs that discriminate on LGBT. When choosing jobs what can they do to not limit their opportunity at employment their choices are fairly small without a college degree. Everywhere you go in this country the primary employers are more common and less in number? The economy needs more platforms to grow so that were not running on so much of a physical resource model. The president needs to take close look at companies such as Microsoft and see where on the digital plane they are manipulating virtual markets they create their own demand for as their products constantly need upgrades and more integrated services. What they own and have control over is much like their own government with their own resources. I do not accuse Microsoft for the following statement: (in their defense http://hollowverse.com/bill-gates/) If a company is sitting around collecting all that cash and giving tithes out to organizations that oppose LGBT then we have a humanitarian crisis. CiCi's Pizza's founder did just that: ( http://www.pizzamarketplace.com/news/cicis-pizza-founder-insisted-sale-be-an-inside-deal/) by donating to an organization that supports beliefs that are don't consider my marriage as legitimate. Companies have too much influence over civil issues and the tax breaks being provide to companies to hire specific groups is furthering the issue of racial divide. I would like to remind the country that there are other groups who are not as strong in number as the African-American Community who are essentially starving and dying out because we live in this country that prioritizes numbers. In 2044 when whites are a minority, (http://www.medicaldaily.com/us-census-predicts-future-race-america-2044-whites-become-minority-324788) I want to make sure that our 1 Million Transgenders of all races are not being harassed abused or killed because it doesn't affect the average family's life to support organizations which spread hatred and discrimination on LGBT; it does however single out a group of people. If I am to care about anyone else's problems I would definitely not do so if I were facing similar stigma that was not being addressed. Day One of the debate I expected Hillary to speak on LGBT issues and was disappointed that my small group was not spoken of because truly that is the key difference in why Hillary is the prime candidate in this election. But if we are going to talk about Civil Issues at all they should be all-inclusive. Hillary needs to address the world on LGBT issues not just the community itself at a later date.