June 28, 2019
Matthew T. Hawkins returned to talk with Carmen about the second night of the first debate among Democrats running for their party’s Presidential nomination for 2020. They also talk about the perception gap between Republicans and Democrats in America and Hawkins offers three models he’s seen in Washington used by those attempting to engage in interfaith advocacy. They are progressive, secular and the multi-faith approach.
More from Matt at MatthewTHawkins.com.
Adam Carrington from Hillsdale College returns to round out SCOTUS-mas (what we’ve come to call the end of June when the Supreme Court of the United States issues all remaining opinions before their summer recess). Today, Dr. Carrington and Carmen discuss cases related to gerrymandering and whether or not the Trump administration can include a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.