Special Guest: Bullying expert, Sean Smith, social media educator on proper social media use for parents, teachers, and teens. Are Hilary and Trump bullies? Is bullying learned behavior? Media bullies on the left and right. Where does opinion stop and bullying begin? Is misuse of power a form of bullying? Haters losing control on social media. Freedom of Speech and the Second Amendment. If we tone down bullying, do we risk losing frank conversation? Creep Catchers vigilante group. Rightwing vs Leftwing bullies. Sean Smith’s “The Digital Hallway” launching to educate teens, teachers, and parents about social media.
01:15 Special Guest: Sean Smith, social media educator on proper social media use for parents, teachers, and teens.
03:15 Are bullies just angry people and how does power influence bullying?
05:15 Are Hilary and Trump bullies?
06:40 Is bullying learned behavior?
08:45 Media bullies on the left and right wings.
10:15 Where does opinion stop and bullying begin?
14:00 Is misuse of power a higher form of bullying?
16:45 Haters losing control on social media.
19:25 Freedom of Speech and the Second Amendment.
23:10 If we tone down bullying do we risk losing authenticity on having frank conversation?
23:50 Creep Catchers vigilante group.
28:30 Rightwing vs Leftwing snowflakes.
29:30 Sean Smith’s project called “The Digital Hallway” launching to educate teens, teachers, and parents on proper use of social media.
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.