Jon Lovett is a political writer who worked for Senator Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama. On February of 2014, in an attempt to defend the First Amendment, Jon Lovett wrote “The Culture of Shut Up,” a poorly written piece due to weak literary analogy and figurative language. In the writing, he uses the village story to talk about distorted free speech in this generation. When Lovett introduces the village story, he symbolizes freedom of speech by making a transition to discuss about
Jon Lovett is a screenwriter and former speechwriter for president Obama. Most recently he was serving as a producer of the award-winning HBO series The Newsroom, and is also the co-creator and head writer of 2012 sitcom 1600 Penn on NBC. In Lovett’s speech “The Culture of Shut Up” he believes that too many debates deteriorate into misplaced rage, or discouraging free speech. Lovett believes that all the chaos that comes with free speech is worth it, rather than letting a few voices speak for the
I found Dave Barry’s article to be very funny, but true. Throughout this article Dave Barry states his bias opinion on the way he views college. He is basically making fun of the education system. Dave Barry uses his humor in a way of arguing the concept of how we are learning things that we will never use in life. I think this article is similar to the other articles we have read, but uses a different tone to express it. The other articles we have read were based off the education system also.