Kresta in the Afternoon – June 14, 2012 – Hour 2

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    First Topic - Tensions in American Conservatism

    It is often claimed that "social conservatism" with its concerns for social issues such as life, marriage, and religious liberty, is at odds with the "fiscal conservative" commitment to limited government and individual  liberty. Jay Richards argues that both streams of modern conservatism flow from the same philosophical sources, and underscores the underlying unity of social and economic issues. He joins us.

    Second Topic - It Takes a Family

    At a point in history in which we have to defend the most basic building block of society - marriage - we need the leadership, boldness, and intelligence of people like Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse. Dr. Morse is here to discuss the history of marriage, the economics of marriage, and the common sense approach to convincing your family, friends and coworkers that a marriage between a man and a woman open to new life is best for society, children, and the future.

     

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