Description: More than 100 lawyers and political activists were arrested in China this weekend. The state media portrayed the mass arrests as a crackdown on a “major criminal gang” and accused the so-called gang of lawyers of disrupting the social order. 82 of the detainees were released on Monday morning, but several were subsequently rearrested. We’ll talk about it with Reggie Littlejohn and also discuss recent reports of Chinese doctors being forced to meet monthly abortion quotas.
Reggie Littlejohn is the founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. She led the international effort to free blind activist Chen Guangcheng and seeks to form a left-right human rights coalition to end forced abortion and gendercide. Reggie received the National Pro-Life Recognition Award at the March for Life in 2013 and has testified six times before Congress relating to China’s One-Child Policy.
Description: The rainbow and its spectrum of colors have been used in many contexts. Why? And what does the rainbow stand for? We discuss it with Steve Ray.
Steve Ray is a renowned tour guide who has been to the Holy Land more than 100 times. He’s a regular guest on EWTN and Ave Maria Radio. Steve is the author of Crossing the Tiber, Upon this Rock and other books and is the creator of the Footprints of God DVD series.