Silencing of the Minds: The Censorship Disappearance of Public Commentators and Artists in Our Time (English Edition) por William C. Lewis

Silencing of the Minds: The Censorship Disappearance of Public Commentators and Artists in Our Time (English Edition) por William C. Lewis

Titulo del libro: Silencing of the Minds: The Censorship Disappearance of Public Commentators and Artists in Our Time (English Edition)

Autor: William C. Lewis

Número de páginas: 9 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: November 21, 2017

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William C. Lewis con Silencing of the Minds: The Censorship Disappearance of Public Commentators and Artists in Our Time (English Edition)

We depend upon newscasters to bring us our information we need to deal with the world. More and more public commentators are being castigated and censored, in some cases with their entire shows being pulled from television broadcasting. In the case of Charlie Rose, this involves every guest or commentator that his show accompanies and invites, causing a massive loss to the broadcasting of ideas and politics, all so we can achieve justice for people who claim they are victims when in fact their behaviors of putting themselves in compromising positions with media figures of public notoriety begs the question of why they did not immediately quit when the incident occurred. When there is no replacement of these skilled interviewers on these nationally broadcast shows, the political dumbing down of society is a result. Castigating public commentators leads to the silencing of the minds.

What is the value of achieving justice for these so called victimized women, who put themselves in these compromising positions in many cases anyways to advance in broadcast media, rather than quit, versus leaving shows on the air that inform the public about political content featuring a wide variety of important guests?