Posts Tagged ‘First Amendment’

Dr. Charles Dunn, Peter LaBarbera

February 15 . 2012

Will Rick Santorum push Mitt Romney out of the way and become the GOP presidential candidate? Dr. Charles Dunn with Regent University gives us his thoughts. Then, we ask Peter La Barbera with Americans for Truth, what is hate speech and do Christians or gays do more of it.

Craig Parshall

December 21 . 2011

Barry Lynn and Craig Parshall with the National Religious Broadcasters butt heads on the issues of the day.

Arthur Magida, Rob Boston

December 19 . 2011

Rumors circulated that a popular Jewish mind reader was advising Hitler as his personal psychic. For all his supposed clairvoyance, he failed to see what awaited the Jews, including himself, in Arthur Magida’s  The Nazi Seance. Then, the separation of powers with Rob Boston, senior policy analyst at Americans United.

Christopher Phillips

November 17 . 2011

Energized by the initial optimism surrounding Obama’s presidency and, conversely, the fierce partisanship in Congress, Christopher Phillips has set out to engage Americans in discussions surrounding our must fundamental rights and freedoms, with some help from Thomas Jefferson in Constitution Cafe.

Rob Boston, Lis Wiehl

October 5 . 2011

Do churches have a religious right to discriminate with hirings and firings? The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in the Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church case today and Rob Boston from Americans United  for Separation of Church and State was there. Later Lis Wiehl, FOX legal analyst joins us to talk about other cases in the news.

Sarah Posner, Thomas Ferguson

August 4 . 2011

Texas Gov. Rick Perry will lead a prayer rally in Houston proclaiming  “A Day of Prayer and Fasting for Our Nation”. Sarah Posner with Religion Dispatches calls him a Christocrat. What does she mean? Later, was the “Super Congress” budget deal a turkey? Yes, says professor Thomas Ferguson and he’ll tell why.

Bruce Ledewitz

July 21 . 2011

In Church, State and  the Crisis in American Secularism, Bruce Ledewitz seeks common ground for believers and nonbelievers regarding the law of church and state arguing that allowing government to promote higher law values through the use of religious imagery would resolve the current impasse in the interpretation of the Establishment Clause.

James B. Stewart

June 14 . 2011

Our system of justice rests on a simple proposition: that witnesses will raise their hands and tell the truth. In Tangled Webs, James B. Stewart reveals in vivid detail the consequences of the perjury epidemic that has swept our country, undermining the very foundation of our courts.

Gary Dell’Abate

June 9 . 2011

Gary Dell’Abate, Howard Stern Show producer, miracle worker, professional good sport, and servant to the King of All Media, for the first time tells the story of his early years and reveals how his chaotic childhood and early obsessions prepared him for life at the center of the greatest show on earth in They Call Me Baba Booey.

Dannel and James McCollum

May 4 . 2011

The Lord Was Not on Trial is the  personal story behind one of the most important First Amendment cases in U.S. Supreme Court history; the case that set the foundation for the separation of church and state in public schools. Dannel and James McCollum, two of the children of Vashti McCollum, whose objection to her son taking religious training in school which led to the landmark  ruling join us.