Think Tank threatened after Supreme Court rules against Unions
Description: For most Catholics, the most interesting Supreme Court news last week was the ruling in favor of pro-life centers and the announcement of Anthony Kennedy's retirement. But there is another major case worthy of our attention - the decision in Janus v AFSCME which ruled public employees cannot be forced to pay union dues or fees. The Mackinac Center of Michigan championed the case and last week a longtime staff member received a phone call from a New York teacher, calling her an offensive word and warning her she was "messing with the wrong people." We get more on the story from Lindsay Killen.
Lindsay Killen is vice president for strategic outreach and communications at the Mackinac Center and member of the Board of Policy Advisors at the Heartland Institute.
A former immigration officer looks at the debate (2 segments)
Description: Protests against President Trump's immigration policies erupted across the country this weekend. Robert Looney served for 39 years in the Department of Homeland Security and US Citizenship and Immigration Services. His firsthand experience makes him uniquely qualified to speak on the subject. Robert joins us.
Robert Looney served for 39 years with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, most recently as a Regional Director and Field Operations Directorate. He also completed assignments in Seoul, Vienna, Bangkok, Macedonia and other countries.