It is a tradition at Jewish Synagogues to invite speakers to discuss religious and secular matters for an over-night study during the Holiday of Shavout. Radio Host and author Chuck Morse has been invited over the last several years to speak at 2 Boston area synagogues on conservative values and how they resonate with Jewish values. This year, his speech was entitled "President Donald Trump and the Jews."
One of the synagogues decided not to extend an invitation to speak. Chuck spoke at the other synagogue, which had the courage to invite him, but his presentation was met by a walk-out by more than half of the attendees. Most of the protesters returned at the end of his presentation.
Chuck observes that the protesters consisted of two general types. The first type, the hard left, are hard-core haters of Trump who can't be reached. Generally they reflect approximately 5-10% of the American population. The rest, the majority of the protesters, are social climbers who have imbibed an extreme and entirely irrational hatred of Trump for reasons that are more often unconscious.
This group can be reached and the best pathway toward reaching them is through tolerance, patience and love. They are mostly well-meaning, not hard-left, who aspire to be socially accepted and who believe that their irrational positions are somehow virtuous.
Veteran Boston radio host and author Chuck Morse discusses politics and culture live at Tufts University WMFO 91.5 AM Thursday's at 10 AM.
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WMFO-Tufts host Chuck Morse discusses race relations with Rev. Steven L. Craft of Project 21, Hal Shurtleff, Director of Camp Constitution, and Dr. Punymaurtura Kishore who specializes in treating drug addition.
Radio Host and author Chuck Morse, holding the radio fort every Thursday 10-11am at WMFO-Tufts University, discusses President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey and the recent vote by the Tufts University student government to boycott Israel.
WMFO-Tufts host Chuck Morse discusses the suppression of conservatism on College campuses and in the media in reaction to the election of President Donald Trump.
First Guest: Co-founder of "Stop the Scalping" Brian Maloney.
Newly-Formed National Group Vows to Fight Back Against Organized Attacks on Conservative Media
Second Guest: Conservative commentator and author Heather Mac Donald discusses how protesters at Claremont McKenna College shut down her scheduled speech.
Heather Mac Donald: Claremont speech cut short by protesters' 'brute, totalitarian force'
Veteran award-winning radio talkshow host and author Chuck Morse speaks every Thursday at WMFO, Tufts University radio.
Radio host and author Chuck Morse is joined by Harvard Kennedy School Adjunct Lecturer Tim McCarthy, lecturer at anti-Trump "Resistance School."
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.
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