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Mon-Tue—4 Hillsdale online speeches on how Americans are impacted by journalism

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Monday, January 26, 4 PM

Hillsdale College presents Tim Groseclose, George Mason University; author of Left Turn: How Liberal Media Bias Distorts the American Mind will speak on “Does Media Bias Matter?” Watch it on YouTube by clicking on the link above or use http://youtu.be/fUGrs6t-QOc.

Monday, January 26, 8 PM

Hillsdale College presents Hugh Hewitt, The Hugh Hewitt Show, to speak on “Why Conservatives Dominate Talk Radio”.  Watch it on YouTube by clicking on the link above or use http://youtu.be/gZp_pmAW18U

Tuesday, January 27, 4 PM

Hillsdale College presents Fred Siegel, Manhattan Institute, author of The Revolt Against the Masses: How Liberalism Has Undermined the Middle Class, will speak on “The Influence of Mencken on American Politics and Culture”. During the golden age of American print journalism in the first half of the 20th century, Henry Louis Mencken was a leading journalist whose writings influenced American liberalism.  Watch it on YouTube by clicking on the link above or use http://youtu.be/AaJ3UvQl5o4

Tuesday, January 27, 8 PM

Hillsdale College presents Bret Stephens, The Wall Street Journal, speaking on “Press Freedom vs. National Security”. Watch it on YouTube by clicking on the link above or use http://youtu.be/iy1wCUaMPlE.

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