Alexandra DeSanctis, Staff Writer at National Review and Visiting Fellow at Ethics and Public Policy Center, and Mary Margaret Olohan, Social Issues Reporter at The Daily Caller News Foundation, return to “Life, Liberty, and Law” with Tom Shakely and Noah Brandt to talk on the Women’s March, the March for Life, the State of the Union, and the role of abortion and human life issues in the Democratic presidential primaries.

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Does culture shape politics? Or does politics shape culture? Hadley Arkes, author, professor, and political scientist, joins Tom Shakely and Noah Brandt of Americans United for Life to consider these questions and speak on natural law, the moral foundations of law, the role of the U.S. Supreme Court, and more. Hadley has long been at the forefront of cultural, political, and life issues as professor emeritus at Amherst College and founder and director of the James Wilson Institute on Natural Rights and the American Founding, and he continues to advance life-affirming law and policy in Washington, DC.

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Mary Margaret Olohan, reporter on Social Issues for The Daily Caller News Foundation, joins Tom Shakely and Noah Brandt of Americans United for Life to break down what leading presidential contenders are saying when it comes to the human right to life, how the media is covering (or failing to cover) life issues, and the feasibility of political progress in a time when dialog seems impossible.

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Alexandra DeSanctis, Staff Writer at National Review, joins Tom Shakely and Noah Brandt of Americans United for Life to unpack the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to consider Louisiana’s “Unsafe Abortion Protection Act” in 2020, the first abortion-focused case that the high court will consider in many years, and a breaking national poll from Americans United for Life/YouGov on the substantive health and safety issues at the heart of the Louisiana law that the high court will consider.

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