Richard E. Vatz
Professor Vatz is professor of rhetoric and communication at Towson University and is the longest-serving faculty member on Towson’s University Senate. He is author of “The Only Authentic of Persuasion: the Agenda-Spin Model” (LAD Custom Publishing, 2019) and the co-editor of “Thomas S. Szasz: the Man and His Ideas” (Transaction Publishers, 2017). He has published in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Baltimore Sun, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and many other venues, and he has won many university and national teaching awards.
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by Jeffrey A. Schaler and Richard E. Vatz | Oct 1, 2019
The brilliant mind and general repository of keen political judgment, conservative pundit Tucker Carlson, is incredulous (and parenthetically we agree) at the political rhetoric of California Rep. Adam Schiff as the latter pursues the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Mr….
by Richard E. Vatz | Aug 22, 2019
The saddest and most profound transformation I have witnessed nationwide in my many decades in higher education is professors’ increasing fear of college students. This fear, borne of the increasing power of undergraduates’ influence on professors’ careers through invalid teaching…