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Navigating Media Bias, Immigration, and Transgender Visibility in a Polarized Political Landscape

Navigating Media Bias, Immigration, and Transgender Visibility in a Polarized Political Landscape

Update: 2024-04-03
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In this episode of Practically Political, hosts Carrie Sheffield and Dave Spencer engage in a thought-provoking discussion about the challenges faced in today's polarized political climate. They delve into the public's dwindling trust in media, examining potential biases in reporting and the impact on shaping public opinion. The conversation also touches upon the complex issues surrounding illegal immigration, its perceived impact on the civil rights of U.S. citizens, and the need for a more merit-based immigration system. Additionally, the hosts address the controversy surrounding the Transgender Day of Visibility coinciding with Easter and the broader implications for respecting religious holidays. Throughout the discussion, Sheffield and Spencer offer diverse perspectives, backed by data and examples, as they navigate these multifaceted topics. Join them as they aim to shed light on these pressing matters and encourage listeners to become more discerning consumers of media and political discourse.Subscribe to Practically Political on YouTube
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Navigating Media Bias, Immigration, and Transgender Visibility in a Polarized Political Landscape

Navigating Media Bias, Immigration, and Transgender Visibility in a Polarized Political Landscape

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