January 17, 2017  •  53 minutes

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Following the United States election in November, the major media blamed Donald Trump’s stunning victory on the dissemination of “fake news” by right-wing types. In fact, fake news permeates every division of the major media conglomerate. And as Melanie Phillips noted in a recent column, this “post-truth” culture started decades ago with the doctrine of postmodernism—the belief that truth is relative, that there are no absolutes. Truth in journalism simply is not valued the way it once was. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explains how important it is to be diligent seekers of truth—especially in the post-truth world of today.

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