Kresta in the Afternoon – February 4, 2011 – Hour 2

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    First Topic – The Soon-to-Be Archbishop of LA Talks Immigration, Catholic Radio, and More

    José Horacio Gomez was born in Monterrey, Mexico, December 26, 1951. He became a priest and immigrated to the United States where he became Bishop of Denver, Archbishop of San Antonio and now will soon be Archbishop of Los Angeles. Archbishop Jose Gomez sits down with us to talk immigration, education, and Catholic Radio.

    Second Topic – More of Justice Clarence Thomas Speech

    Third Topic – Egypt and the Financial Markets

    Stocks have edged up this week as investors grew hopeful that the political standoff in Egypt will be contained and resolved peacefully, while the euro eased back from three-month highs against the dollar after a ratings downgrade of Ireland. Though Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak' vow late Tuesday to not stand for president again in September has not stopped the protests, there is a feeling in the markets that a peaceful transition may be in the works. George Schwartz, President and portfolio manager of the Ave Maria Family of Funds and author of Good Returns: Making Money by Morally Responsible Investing is here to analyze the markets and how they are responding to the Middle East turmoil.

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