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TALK ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN EDUCATION. WE ADDRESS SOCIAL ISSUES SUCH AS BEING CONSERVATIVE ON CAMPUS, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, CURRICULUM, JOBS, AND COURSES

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Walter M. Brasch, Ph.D., is an award-winning social issues journalist and the author of 18 books, most of which fuse historical and contemporary social issues. Among his books are Fracking Pennsylvania, an in-depth look at the effects of fracking; and Before the First Snow, a critically-acclaimed novel that looks at what happens when government and energy companies form a symbiotic relationship, using ‘cheaper, cleaner' fuel and the lure of jobs in a depressed economy but at the expense of significant health and environmental impact. He is professor emeritus of mass communications and journalism, and a former newspaper and magazine reporter and editor, and multi-screen multi-media writer–producer. He is vice-president of the Central Susquehanna chapter of the ACLU, vice-president and co-founder of the Northeast Pennsylvania Homeless Alliance, a member of the board of the Keystone Beacon Community for healthcare coordination, and is active in numerous social causes. He was a Commonwealth Speaker for the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, and was active in emergency management. Dr. Brasch is featured columnist for Liberal Opinion Week, senior correspondent for the American Reporter, senior editor for OpEdNews, and an editorial board member of the Journal of Media Law and Ethics. He is also a regular commentator for both the Sunbury Broadcasting Co. and "Inside Politics" on the StarCom radio network, and is host of "The Frack Report" on WFTE-FM (Scranton, Pa.) For More Information on Dr. Brasch go here: http://www.walterbrasch.com/ This show sponsored by Studentsforabetterfuture.com
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