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HS 497 FBF: See No Evil, 19 Hard Truths the Left Can’t Handle with Breitbart’s Joel Pollak

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Joel Pollak, Breitbart.com

Today’s Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 283, originally published in January 2017.

Jason Hartman talks with Joel B. Pollak as they discussed his new book: See No Evil, 19 Hard Truths the Left Can’t Handle. Joel is Senior Editor-at-Large and In-House Counsel at Breitbart News in Los Angeles, California, and also Editor of Breitbart California.

Before coming to work with Breitbar.com founder Andrew Breitbart, he ran for Congress as a Republican, Tea Party-backed candidate in his home state of Illinois. He was also a Research Fellow at the Hudson Institute, focusing on human rights and international law.

He holds law and bachelor’s degrees from Harvard University, and a masters degree from the University of Cape Town. Joel has two other books: The Kasrils Affair: Jews and Minority Politics in Post-Apartheid South Africa (University of Cape Town Press, 2008), and Don’t Tell Me Words Don’t Matter: How Rhetoric Won the 2008 Presidential Election (Self-published, 2009).

He is a contributor to Canada’s Sun News Network, and a frequent guest on Fox News and CNN.

Key Takeaways:

[1:56] The liberal intolerance

[6:15] The monologue vs the dialogue media, and how it looks in regard to liberals and conservatives

[10:10] Why government funds any form of media

[13:35] How people refuse to talk about violence in movies, video games, and other liberal media

[18:00] The relabeling and redefining serious issues, and why words matter

[22:00] The debate about climate change, and how the left wants population control to protect resources, and why we should view people as the resource to solve the problem

Websites:

www.twitter.com/joelpollak

www.Breitbart.com

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