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Bill’s Guests: Thursday, August 16, 2018

7:10: Jim Campbell, Senior Counsel at the Alliance Defending Freedom talks with Bill.

Following his stunning 7 – 2 Supreme Court victory in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, owner Jack Phillips was hoping to get back into the wedding cake business, but the Colorado Civil Rights Commission had other plans. Recently, Jack was asked to create a cake, celebrating a gender transition for a transsexual individual, which Jack refused to create – as he did in the original Masterpiece case – on grounds that it conflicted with his religious beliefs. The Commission is now planning a second place against Jack, in the hopes that another round of harassment will force him to comply. Last night, Jack and his Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys, filed a lawsuit against the Commssion, for it’s “anti-religious animus.”

Get more great info at: ADFLegal.org.

7:35: Matthew Hennessey, Wall Street Journal Associate Editor, and author of: “Zero Hour for Gen X: How The Last Adult Generation Can Save America From Millennials,” chats with Bill today.

America stands, anxiously, on the cusp of an unknown future. Culturally, politically, socially, technologically and economically, the torch is being passed from Baby Boomers to Millennials. But, what about Generation X? You know? They are the relatively small cohort of 66 million Americans, sandwiched between the twin generational behemoths?

Will Generation X get its chance to lead? Or, is America doomed to be prematurely governed by Millennials, a perpetually adolescent, tech-obsessed generation, indifferent – if not hostile – to our nation’s heritage of freedom?

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