The COVID-19 crisis has touched all of us in some way. It has sickened loved ones, closed schools, killed jobs, and even slowed us down a bit, bringing families closer and refocusing priorities. We have yet to fully experience its effects on culture, public policy, and politics.
Among those who follow closely and analyze such influences, is political commentator, Ben Shapiro. The coronavirus postponed until September our evening with Ben Shapiro, but we wanted to bring you a glimpse of what you can expect this fall.
I sat down with Ben a few days ago to discuss where we are now with the election, the economy, and the war against the coronavirus.
Listen to our conversation here.
The new date for Ben’s visit will be September 17th, just weeks before the election. Plan to join us then for “An Evening with Ben Shapiro.”
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- Public Discourse spells out the clear reasons why “It’s Unethical to Use Fetal Tissue in COVID 19 Research .”
- Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, along with several other attorneys general, signed a letter to the Trump Administration in opposition of an effort to exploit the COVID-19 crisis to lift the ban on fetal tissue research.
- National Review has the good and bad news about researching treatments for COVID-19 in, “Beyond the Magic Bullet: Medical Progress is Often Incremental.”
- Arizona Attorney General, Mark Brnovich provides a legal answer to the question of “Can churches assemble” during the coronavirus?
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