On Today’s Show – Liberal Media Declares War on Conservative Opponents. Sensationalism Defined, yellow journalism, click bait, and defamation vs libel. Eric Chase Bolling found dead, an innocent victim of attacks on Fox News. France discourages social media posting of pictures of their kids, warning children can sue their parents for defamation. Kim Jong Un stalls with firing off a missile, due to Hurricane Irma hogging the news. TheRightLeftChronicles.com launch DuelingDialogues.com poli-central or political aggregator website. Over 800 of the latest top Political News and Podcasts refreshed every 30 minutes. All politics, all news, all podcasts, all in one single place…and it’s free.
01:05 The Right Left Chronicles.com launches DuelingDialogue.com
02:55 16th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9/11.
05:00 Breaking News – Eric Bolling, Kim Jong Un stalls with firing off a missile, due to Hurricane Irma hogging the news.
06:55 On Today’s Show – Liberal Media Declares War on Conservative Opponents
07:10 Sensationalism Defined, yellow journalism, click bait, defamation vs libel
13:10 Fox News attacks and attacks on Eric Bolling.
17:40 Laura Ingraham vs Rachel Maddow
20:00 Eric Bolling found dead.
22:00 Workplace protocol HR vs law suits.
26:20 Kids of public figures.
28:10 Social media pictures of kids. France discourages this, warning children can sue their parents for defamation.
33:45 Political Bullies
A Dueling Dialogue based on the politically charged emails exchanged between Canadian leftist, Connor Murphy, and United States Midwestern conservative, Grace Matthews. Both are writers at The Right Left Chronicles. Away from the bubble and the beltway, alone, together or with a guest, Murphy and Matthews squabble over current issues and events that impact everyday citizens in the United States, Canada and elsewhere in the World. It’s unobstructed free speech about politics, media, economy, people, social media, and legislation. Eager listeners with a fascination for presidential politics won’t be disappointed as President Donald J. Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are usually front and center, and rarely far from the topic of the day.