Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on August 21, 2017
4:00 – Kresta News Roundup
4:20 – Quest for Justice: The History of the Innocence Movement
In early 2016 the Netflix drama Making a Murderer captured the attention of millions and helped spark a national discussion on wrongful convictions. This concern is not without warrant; more than 1800 people have been set free in recent decades after being found innocent. Now, new laws are being written to prevent further wrongful convictions. This effort is called the Innocence Movement. We’ll learn more about it from Robert Norris.
5:00 – Can Europe be Saved from Itself?
Amidst the recent elections in UK and France, a detail overlooked by many is how childlessness is becoming increasingly common in Europe. Four of the five largest economies in Europe – Germany, Britain, France, and Italy – have childless leaders. The leaders of the Netherlands, Sweden and the EU itself are also childless. Falling reproduction rates are just one of the self-destructive trends threatening Europe’s future. Douglas Murray joins us to discuss how the continent got here, and whether there is a way back.
5:40 – No Go Zones – Sensational myth or legitimate threat?
We’ve long heard rumors of “No Go Zones” – areas of Western cities that non-Muslims are forbidden to enter. Are they real? We’ll talk about it with Raheem Kassam.