Once again, I get to step outside the box and guest host the Drew Mariani Show on Relevant Radio® from 3-6 ET today! The Catholic talk-radio network is heard nationwide on the air, as well as online and through their free mobile app that plays live and podcast shows.
Today’s Relevant Radio® show includes:
- Salena Zito breaks down the cultural and political lessons of the 2020 election, and don’t forget to sign up for her newsletter!
- Charles Fain Lehman on the mass exodus of manpower in police departments and the impact on public safety.
- Is religious liberty “fast becoming a disfavored right,” as Justice Samuel Alito claims? We’ll discuss that and a new appeal from the Diocese of Brooklyn to set aside arbitrary restrictions on in-person worship. We’ll also discuss Christine Rousselle’s report from Maine on how the Diocese of Portland got locked out of COVID-19 discussions.
- What does an effort to doxx and boycott attorneys working on Donald Trump’s election challenge portend for fair access to legal representation? National Review’s Wesley J. Smith joins us to discuss.
- Finally, the weekend is here! What should we watch to take our minds off of our woes? Hollywood in Toto‘s Christian Toto joins us to talk about Fatman, The Climb, Come Away, Freaky, plus I may play Stump The Critic by talking about the February 2020 film Coda.
- And more to come … stay tuned!
We may add more before the show starts today, plus we will have the chaplet of Divine Mercy in the second hour. We will also take your calls at 1-888-914-9149. You can also listen on the Relevant Radio® app no matter where you are in the world, so download it now. I’ll look forward to talking with you!