Casey Mattox: Defending the 1st

The King welcomes Casey Mattox to discuss the conservative shift in the judiciary, especially as it affects the freedom of religion, free speech, and in pushing back the administrative state. Casey is vice president for legal and judicial strategy at Americans for Prosperity, advocating for individual liberty.

Before this role, he spent 15 years defending the First Amendment rights of students, faculty, families, healthcare workers, and religious organizations. He has litigated in 35 states and also testified three times before congressional committees. Casey has a J.D. from Boston College School of Law and a B.A. in Government and History from the University of Virginia. And he has strong views on Christmas music.

Jon finishes the show talking about the first GOP primary debate, Trump’s Thursday arraignment, and why you should never march halfway to Moscow.

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