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Constitution Day | Pepperdine Professor Gordon Lloyd warns against Utopian and nihilism; ‘Can we be democratic and be decent?’

Constitution Day | Pepperdine Professor Gordon Lloyd warns against Utopian and nihilism; ‘Can we be democratic and be decent?’

  By Michael Hernandez MALIBU—Pepperdine University School of Public Policy celebrated Constitution Day with a noon zoom conversation with Dr. Gordon Lloyd warning Americans against utopianism and nihilism and asking the question: “Can we be democratic and be decent?” Constitution Day observes the signing of the United States Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787 (233 years […]

Join Andy Puzder for Webinar on “Getting America Back to Work” – April 28

Join Andy Puzder for Webinar on “Getting America Back to Work” – April 28

After more than a month of “shelter-in-place” policies enacted by most states, attentions are starting to shift to how we “re-open” America’s economy. What are the factors that policymakers should be considering as we get America back to work? As the next webinar in our “Politics and Pandemic” series, join noted business leader and Pepperdine […]

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

By George Miller and Debra Tash “No net bias in the news,” half of the public gets news from social media,  said keynote speaker Pepperdine University partnered with the Ronald Reagan and Lyndon B. Johnson’s Presidential Libraries to present what was billed as a Media Literacy Forum: “Truth and the News.”  The event kicked off […]