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Radio host and author Chuck Morse is joined by Harvard Kennedy School Adjunct Lecturer Tim McCarthy, lecturer at anti-Trump "Resistance School."
Conservative on Campus! By Chuck Morse That’s right, I am a conservative radio talk show host who holds the fort once a week at WMFO-Tufts University, a radio station on one of America’s most liberal colleges. Tufts is by no means as bad as U. Cal-Berkeley where violent black-clad progressive anarchists infiltrated student protests causing $100,000 in damages and forcing the cancellation of a speech by conservative commentator Milo Yiannopolis. Conservative pundit Ann Coulter’s scheduled speech has now been cancelled by U. Cal-Berkeley, the university that gave birth to the Free Speech movement in the 1060’s. As a conservative, I feel like the proverbial Fiddler on the Roof, playing my political fiddle on the roof of the campus with the knowledge that one brisk gust of wind might knock me off my precarious perch at any moment sending me to my figurative death. Indeed, rhetorical rocks have already been thrown at me and I have been put on notice that I am under investigation. When the article Morse Code was published in the Tufts Observer I felt like I was back in a second-grade schoolyard being mugged by bullies. Apparently, my discussion about how leftist policies have damaged the African-American community since the 1960’s is enough to brand me a “racist.” I also critiqued various misogynist practices that I claim are embedded within Sharia Law, such as honor killing, a claim which caused the Tufts Observer to call me “Islamophobic.” This is apparently an issue that concerns conservatives more than it does most allegedly feminist liberals. My show was condemned in the Tufts Observer article for containing blindingly obvi-ous hateful, racist, and bigoted content. I hosted a radio show at Tufts back in 1997 and now, after 20 years, I am back. I feel like Rip van Winkle who woke up from a deep slumber after 20 years to discover a new post American Revolution society. The Tufts students back then, while liberal, were more raucous and ribald and were more open-minded to opposing ideas. Today the students seem more cowed and docile, more conformist and quieter. Perhaps this is due to the fear of being reported on for an incident of bias or for an ill-defined incident of hate speech. In this atmosphere, I don’t blame students for not wanting to express them-selves too openly or even to allow themselves to entertain opinions privately that might not be deemed as politically correct. After all, their parents might be spending $50-$60 grand a year for them to enjoy the privilege of attending such an elite institution as Tufts. Under the circumstances, it would understandably be foolhardy for young stu-dents to risk their reputations and possibly jeopardize their futures. My broadcast on WMFO, a radio station with a proud and indeed a unique tradition of honoring a freeform format has turned into a case study for weather our liberal dominat-ed institutions of higher learning are fulfilling the meaning of their creed as a place of dispassionate discourse on critical issues or whether they have become soap-boxes for left-wing propaganda. In 1915, the American Association of University Professors published a “Declaration of the Principles of Academic Freedom and Academic Tenure” from which I quote: “It is not the function of a faculty member in a democracy to indoctrinate his/her students with ready-made conclusions on controversial subjects. The faculty member is expected to train students to think for themselves, and to provide them access to those materials, which they need if they are to think intelligently.”
Tufts Observer article: http://themorseforce.blogspot.com/2017/04/radio-host-stirs-controversy-article-in.html Host response: http://themorseforce.blogspot.com/2017/04/chuck-morse-responds-to-tufts-observer.html Veteran award-winning radio host Chuck Morse responds on WMFO to Tufts Observer article attacking him as racist and Islamophobic.
WMFO-Tufts host Chuck Morse to question the leftist doctrine of racism and oppression live on the air Thursday, March 23, 10-11 AM ET. Veteran award-winning radio host Chuck Morse offers genuine diversity of opinion at Tufts University with a frank discussion about the leftist doctrine of racism and oppression.
As the world appears to be spiraling out of control, Pastor Jake McCandless' Spiritual Prepper: Tapping into Overlooked Prophecies to Prepare You for Doomsday helps you to focus your spirituality, morality, and faith in these troubled times. Author Jake McCandless is the founder, executive director, and speaker for Prophecy Simplified. A former pastor, McCandless has a Bachelor of Arts in Bible from Central Baptist College in Conway, Arkansas, and a masters of divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Radio Host, Podcaster, Author Chuck Morse discusses his latest Newsmax column: Where We Stand After the London Terrorist Attack: http://www.bostonuberdriver.com/2017/03/where-we-stand-after-london-terrorist.html
Veteran award-winning radio host Chuck Morse, live at WMFO 91.5 AM - Tufts University, discusses radical Islam in the wake of the Islamist attack in London.
Veteran award-winning radio talk show host Chuck Morse, hosting on WMFO 91.5 AM live on the campus of Tufts University, will discuss the constitutionality and the morality of the Trump travel ban. Youtube video: https://youtu.be/0JVJ7oYGRuM
Author and Newsmax columnist Chuck Morse hosts a talk radio show at WMFO - Tufts University Thursday's 10 am where he offers a conservative analysis of the Trump phenomenon on one of Americas most liberal college campuses. YouTube: https://youtu.be/i8jUeRHOcto
The Trump Administration is up against a vast left-wing conspiracy that consists of dis-loyal national security officials, media figures and most of the so-called millionaires and billionaires. Indeed the left constitutes only a finger of a hand that includes establishment Republicans and that which has been refered to as the Eastern Seaboard Liberal Establishment.

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