Ann Coulter's Berkeley speech cancelled due to threats of violence. Trump supporters refusing to believe negative stories about the president. America is more polarized than ever and both sides refuse to listen to the other. Is the real reason because we've lost the ability to persuade others?
With developments in Syria and now North Korea, we've gone backwards into a dark period like the Cold War, maybe even worse. Will Donald Trump pull us back from the brink? Does he have the ability?
In this latest episode of Jason Griffin Radio, Democrats and anti-Trump supporters maybe shouldn't be so quick to dismiss claims that the Obama Administration was conducting surveillance of the Trump campaign. Trump and his supporters, on the other hand, should be careful what they are wishing for.
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Milo Yiannopoulos had everything going for him: an editing job at a prominent website, a $250,000 book deal, a speaking slot at the conservative CPAC convention, TV interviews and college lectures. Then one day, thanks to a past video resurfacing, it was gone. On this episode, we discuss where Milo goes from here and the dangers of having your entire brand be based on provocation.
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Conservatives questioning how Trump's policies on refugees and immigration differ from those of Obama are asking a legitimate question. The answer can be found in Trump's intent.
Our first show of 2017! Why the media needs to be sober-minded in their Trump coverage, how Facebook will combat fake news and why they're the only organization who can curb it, why automation is the biggest threat to jobs and why we might need a minimum income one day, why social media may be making you unhappy, and the right mindset for your new year's resolutions for 2017.