Description: Last night’s GOP debate at the Reagan Presidential Library in California had several memorable moments as the eleven candidates tried to distinguish themselves from the field. Many analysts have remarked that Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio did extremely well, while Donald Trump showed real weakness when he was forced to talk about real issues. Meanwhile, candidates like Scott Walker were almost invisible. Al will quickly review the debate and give his impressions on the highlights.
Description: Is Catholic teaching compatible with American law? Can we have a Catholic influence on our legal system without violating the separation of Church and State? We’ll discuss it with Ron Rychlak.
Ron Rychlak is a Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi, where he is also the Faculty Athletic Representative. He’s an adviser to the Holy See’s delegation to the United Nations and a member of the Mississippi Advisory Committee to the US Civil Rights Commission. Ron is the author or co-author of eight books, including “Real and Demonstrative Evidence: Applications and Theory” and “Hitler, the War and the Pope.” Ron has been published in numerous periodicals and journals including the Mississippi Law Journal and UCLA Law review.