Media In The Age Of TrumpOne of us begins each morning sipping a perhaps stereotypical cup of espresso at his local Cambridge café while perusing the New York Times and the Boston Globe, among other newspapers. He has kept to this program for over four decades. During this time, he has noted a gradual erosion of the long-time journalistic standards of the Times and the Globe, a process which has noticeably accelerated since the 2016 presidential election.
2017 Campus Muzzle Awards: Four Institutions That Dishonored Freedom“Since Trump’s election as president, and even in the long campaign that led to it, colleges across the country have struggled to balance free speech with an atmosphere that makes students feel safe and accepted.”
Harvey Silverglate's 2016 Campus Muzzle AwardsCampus censorship is particularly dangerous since it risks teaching students, who represent the next generation preparing to assume power and guide our nation, that all of those nice words about liberty and freedom contained in the First Amendment are simply red-white-and-blue bunting: there for the sake of appearance but of no real consequence.