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Kresta in the Afternoon – May 12, 2015

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on May 12, 2015

4:00 – Transgender Delusion: A Testimony

Walt Heyer grew up feeling he was a woman trapped in a man’s body. He divorced his wife and underwent sex reassignment surgery. He could not escape the fact he was living a lie. Walt converted to Christ and underwent further surgery to become a male. He is now an advocate for helping gender-confused people accept their true identities. Walt joins us today.

5:00 – Race & Economics: How Much can be Blamed on Discrimination?

We’re often told that high rates of crime in minority communities can be linked to limited economic opportunities available to minorities. Is this true? What’s the real link between race, economics and crime? Walter Williams joins us to talk about it.

5:20 – Kresta Comments: How one Catholic Could Redefine (or not) Marriage in America

The Supreme Court continues to debate whether the Constitution grants a right to homosexual marriage and a decision is expected next month. Once again, Justice Antonin Scalia could cast the deciding vote. Scalia also had the swing vote when Obamacare was declared Constitutional and when Hobby Lobby won its lawsuit against the HHS mandate. What can we expect from him this time? How will his vote impact the future of marriage in America? We discuss the case with Paul Kengor.

5: 40 – Meeting Mary in Fatima

Tomorrow is the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. We take a look at the history of the apparitions and Mary’s role in the Church with Mark Miravalle.


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