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July 25, 2017

July 25, 2017

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on July 25, 2017

4:00 – The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Free Speech

Muslim activist groups such as CAIR and their progressive allies are trying to outlaw any criticism of Islam as “hateful” and “Islamophobic.” In Europe, hate speech laws are being used to prosecute and harass critics of Islam and in many Muslim countries, blasphemy laws are used as pretext for severe persecution of Christians.

5:00 – Charlie Gard’s Parents Drop Appeal

Yesterday Charlie Gard’s parents, having determined it is too late to do anything for their son, dropped their appeal in the British courts. They are now asking that he be allowed to die at home. We’ll look at the tragic end to this story with Dr Grazi Pozo Christie.

5:20 – At Least 8 Dead in Horrific Human Smuggling Case

Eight people were found dead, with 30 others injured, in a brutally hot semitrailer parked at a San Antonio Wal-Mart. The temperature outside the trailer topped 100 degrees and the occupants had no access to water. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus called it a human-trafficking crime, and it’s far from an isolated event. We’ll get the latest with Nita Belles.

5:40 – Is Dunkirk Nolan’s best film?  

Thanks to his wildly popular Dark Knight trilogy and innovative films such as Inception and The Prestige, Christopher Nolan has become one of the most beloved directors in Hollywood. He’s now released his first war film, Dunkirk. It tells the incredible true story of Operation Dynamo, when Allied troops were surrounded on the shores of Dunkirk, France, and safely transported across the English Channel by civilian fisherman and other small boats. Steven Greydanus joins us with a review.