Category Archives: Vocal Point

Vocal Point-Carrie Severino

Topic: Justice Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court Confirmation Process

Justice on Trial (a book about the Brett Kavanaugh nomination and confirmation process) was co-authored by Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director of the Judicial Crisis Network. John R. Coyne, Jr. wrote a review of Justice on Trial for the Washington Times, in which he notes: “The campaign was out to destroy Brett Kavanaugh by any means possible, including unverified and nonsensical accusations of sexual assault by a series of increasingly unhinged women ….Finally, the authors remind us, with each Supreme Court vacancy, the nominating process has become increasingly nasty. And if President Trump is re-elected, chances are good there’ll be another vacancy during his second term. Let’s hope the authors are there to cover the story.” Carrie Severino joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss Justice on Trial and also the problem of judicial activism. @JCNSeverino
[an encore presentation]

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Vocal Point-Mollie Hemingway

Topic: Justice Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court Confirmation Process

Mollie Hemingway of the Federalist Society, a frequent commentator on Brett Baier’s news program on Fox News, has recently co-written a momentous book on the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and the smear job against him. The book is Justice on Trial, and has now become a New York Times bestseller. A review in the Washington Times of the book reminds us of the hearings: “It was a messy, distasteful process, with many distasteful and dishonorable characters, all of whom the authors call out. But they also give credit to those who richly deserve it, among them Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina Republican, an honorable man, and Sen. Susan Collins, Maine Republican, a courageous lady.” Mollie Hemingway joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss Justice on Trial.  @mzhemingway [an encore presentation]

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Vocal Point-Dr. Paul Kengor

Topic: Ronald Reagan and Racism

Dr. Paul Kengor, a professor of history/politics at Grove City College, is a columnist and a best-selling author, including a handful books on our 40th president. After a reportedly racist remark by Ronald Reagan came to light, some have written off the former president as a racist. Kengor wrote an article about this for American Spectator, entitled, “On Ronald Reagan’s ‘Racism’: A single mistake does not a racist make.” Dr. Paul Kengor joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss Ronald Reagan and allegations of racism. www.visionandvalues.org

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Vocal Point-Geoff Rogers

Topic: Human Sex Trafficking

Recently, 58 people were arrested in an undercover sting operation in Minnesota for attempting to buy sex with children or for trafficking children for sex. To fight human sex trafficking is the U. S. Institute Against Human Trafficking. They have recently opened a “safe home for underage male victims of human trafficking – one of the first boys safe home in the country.” Geoff Rogers is the co-founder and CEO of the Institute. Geoff Rogers joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss human sex trafficking, including boys as victims. www.usiaht.org

 

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