Michael Morris

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Associate Editor


Michael B. Morris, Esq. started as MRC TechWatch & MRC Business Associate Editor in October 2019.

He began his employment with the Media Research Center as Assistant Editor for Commentary at CNSNews.com in August 2014. In 2015, he was promoted to Commentary Editor for CNSNews.com and was responsible for soliciting and editing commentary for CNSNews.com's commentary section.

Prior to his work with CNSNews.com, Michael Morris attended Regent University School of Law where he served as Republican National Lawyer Association Regent University School of Law Chapter Vice Chair of Membership from September 2012 through April 2014 and on Regent University School of Law’s Honor Council during his 2L and 3L years.

While earning his undergraduate degrees, Michael interned for then-Congressman, now-Vice President Mike Pence in 2010, and while earning his Juris Doctorate, he interned for then-Congressman J. Randy Forbes in 2012.

Michael is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, where he earned a double major in Political Science/Pre-Law and Economics.  He is also a graduate of Regent University School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate. He was born and raised in Farmland, IN, and he now lives in the suburbs with his wife near Washington, D.C.

Latest from Michael Morris

The liberal media routinely warn that America is headed for a recession, but what is to blame? Liberal sources like The New York Times offering “How the Recession of 2020 Could Happen,” CNBC’s “Is there a recession coming? Keep an eye on these key indicators,” and Vox’s “Why everybody’s worried about a recession again” and “Recessions, and the fear that another one is just around the corner, explained,” to name a few, are indeed warning of a possible recession.



Having trouble breathing? Yeah, well, at least there will be less CO2 in the atmosphere, which reminded CNN to go after Asthma sufferers who use metered-dose inhalers.



Americans seem to love Big Tech’s latest smart devices for their conveniences, but are Amazon- and Google-approved apps being used to eavesdrop and phish for your passwords?



“I’m back on Twitter … You know, I’m not a big conspiracy guy, but … ,” Carpe Donktum said in a video posted on his Twitter page. Twitter suspended well-known pro-Trump meme creator Carpe Donktum, reported The Verge on Oct. 14.



If you’re not preparing now to serve our future robot overlords, then you’d better start. Amazon, since at least Jan. 2019, has been hard at work developing what it calls a “fully-electric delivery system – Amazon Scout – designed to safely get packages to customers using autonomous delivery devices.” Amazon has already developed Amazon AI. You know her as Alexa, and her counterpart is the Echo. Alexa, Amazon notes, is “Amazon’s cloud-based voice service,” and it is available “on more than 100 million devices from Amazon and third-party device manufacturers.” From playing music to making phone calls to family members, and from setting timers to sharing the weather forecast – even learning French – Amazon Alexa could be in the infancy stages of what could otherwise be considered the core of Skynet.



In a recent piece on Amazon’s “Day One” blog, Amazon detailed some of the “[n]ew ways Alexa makes life simpler and more convenient” and “your home smarter and safer” all the while keeping your “family and friends connected, and bring[ing] your favorite entertainment to  you, wherever  you are.”