Description: 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.
Walter Williams is a Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He’s the author of several books including “America: A Minority Viewpoint” and “Race and Economics: How Much Can Be Blamed on Discrimination?” You can find his writings at townhall.com
Description: The Servant of God Fr Stanley Rother was a Catholic priest and missionary to Guatemala. He was murdered by a death squad, believed to be made up of right-wing extremists and elements of the Guatemalan Army, on July 28, 1981. In June the Congregation of the Causes of Saints officially recognized Rother as a martyr, a critical stage before beatification and canonization. We talk to Fr Price Oswalt, Director of the Fr. Stanley Rother Guild.
Fr Price Oswalt
Rev. Price Oswalt is a native Oklahoman, born into an anti-Catholic non-practicing hodgepodge of Protestantism. He has been a priest in the Archdiocese of OKC for 19 years and is currently pastor of St Joseph Old Cathedral in downtown Oklahoma City as well as the chaplain to Okla Catholic Broadcasting Network. He’s also the director of The Servant of God, Fr. Stanley F. Rother Guild