18 Aug

What Matters for Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Mark speaks with Civitas Institute Communications Coordinator Demi Dowdy about vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine’s political rally here in the Old North State and the people who she met at the rally. Demi says that it seems that more people were voting against Donald Trump instead of voting for Hillary Clinton. Mark speaks with Dan Gerlach, president of the Golden Leaf Foundation, about their recent $45 million grant to NC State’s plant research facility. The grant will be paid over several years to the university, which has been a large recipient of grants from the Foundation, which seeks to help improve the economic client of North Carolina’s tobacco farmers. Marks also speaks with Daniel Blomberg, legal counsel for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, about the recent court-martial of Marine Land Cpl. Monifa Sterling over her written paper strips of scripture she kept at her work space. Mark speaks with Stephanie Keaveney, policy associate with the John William Pope Center for Higher Education, about her article, “These Professors Are Working to Restore Free Speech on Campus.” To find out more listen in…

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