"You Might Have a Point" is a podcast that features interviews with guests who specialize in one or more of a broad range of subjects, including philosophy, psychology, politics, public policy, journalism, and culture.
In this episode, Stephen Dause interviews Steven Nelson, reporter for the New York Post. They discuss:
- why it's easier to be a straight news reporter as someone who is open to hearing both sides (but also why sometimes, having a strong opinion on an issue might result in better reporting)
- how COVID-19 has impacted the job of a journalist in D.C. and how things have still been very slow to change
- McConnell's "letter" to Biden about the 1619 project
- Biden's recent meeting with 6 Republican Senators about infrastructure
- why Steven found that, when asking Trump questions as a reporter, how you approached him could have a dramatic impact on how he responded
- how Steven thinks the media have done covering Biden overall
And, as always, Steven gives his answer to the question, "Can you tell me about a time when you heard an argument from your critics and thought you know, you might have a point?"
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