Kresta in the Afternoon – January 7, 2019 – Hour 2

+  The Top Religious Liberty Stories of 2018

  • Description: The biggest story of the year in religious liberty was likely the Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling, which stated that Jack Philips could not be forced to create a cake for a same-sex wedding. However, the ruling was not as definitive as religious liberty advocates would have liked. Furthermore, Phillips quickly found himself back in court after he refused to make a cake to celebrate a "gender transition." We look at this and other stories with Rob Muise.
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    • Rob Muise
      Robert Muise is a co-founder of the American Freedom Law Center and the co-Author of Offensive and Defensive Lawfare: Fighting Civilizational Jihad in America's Courts. He previously served 13 years in the US Marine Corps. Visit
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+  The Top Economic Stories of 2018

  • Description: How did the US Economy do in the second year of the Trump presidency? We'll review the year's top stories and trends with George Schwartz, who also looks ahead to the coming year.
  • Segment Guests:
    • George Schwartz
      George is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Schwartz Investment Counsel and the Chairman and CEO of Ave Maria Mutual Funds. He's the author of the forthcoming In God We Trust: Morally Responsible Investing as well as Shareholder Rebellion and Good Returns. Visit and
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+  The Top Films of 2018

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