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Trump's "Dishonest" Press, Educational Philosophy, Sociable City

Trump's "Dishonest" Press, Educational Philosophy, Sociable City

President Trump and the “Dishonest,” “Disgusting” Press
Guest: Joel Campbell, Associate Professor of Journalism, Brigham Young University
The relationship between President Trump and the Press is strained. And it’s a tad ironic, considering how avidly President Trump watches and reads news reports – and then immediately responds on Twitter. But in the last week, the President’s ire took a turn that has civil liberties advocates concerned. After an NBC news report particularly bothered him, President Trump tweeted: “Network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked. Not fair to public!”

The American Writers Museum
Guest: Carey Cranston, Inaugural President, American Writer’s Museum

Educational Philosophy
Guest: Steven Fesmire, PhD, Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies, Green Mountain University, Visiting Professor, Middlebury College
There seems to be this culture of following your dreams, yet a lot o