Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Today on Kresta in the Afternoon - February 8, 2012

Talking about the "things that matter most" on Feb. 8

4:00 - Fighting the HHS Mandate: The Legal Strategy
Dana Cody of the Life Legal Defense Foundation is here to look at the legal possibilities and strategies for fighting the HHS Mandate. We look at how the regulation is legally connected to Obamacare, what it has to do with legal precedent on abortion, why it is a threat to religious liberty, and the basis for challenging the regulation.

4:20 - Kresta Comments

4:40 - Santorum Surge Part II?
Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum claimed a surge of momentum and fundraising on Wednesday, a day after his shocking sweep of nominating contests in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri that dealt a blow to front-runner Mitt Romney. Even though Romney holds strong advantages in financing and organization, his campaign will have to refocus to fight the challenge from Santorum. Kathryn Jean Lopez has the analysis.

5:00 – Catholics, The HHS Mandate, and Righteous Anger
Catholics and many others are angry about the HHS Mandate which erodes religious freedom in America like we have never seen before. Legitimate anger. Righteous anger. Psychologist Dr. Ray Guarendi is here to look at what happens when we get angry. How do properly process it and how do we give it voice in the proper way.

5:20 - The Modern Papacy
Sam Gregg joins us to look at The Modern Papacy. He focuses on the social and political thought of the previous and current Popes, John Paul II and Benedict XVI. It focuses on the development of Catholic thinking in the context of the emergence of modern capitalism, mass democracy and Communism in the twentieth century.

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