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DR. MICHAEL WIDLANSKI

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Dr. Michael Widlanski is a specialist in Arab politics and communication whose doctorate dealt with the Palestinian broadcast media. He is a former reporter, correspondent, and editor, respectively, at The New York TimesThe Cox Newspapers-Atlanta Constitution, and The Jerusalem Post. He has also served as a special advisor to Israeli delegations to peace talks in 1991-1992 and as Strategic Affairs Advisor to the Ministry of Public Security, editing secret PLO Archives captured in Jerusalem.

WILLIAM MURRAY - ReligiousFreedomCoalition.org

Syria

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In 1963, America’s most famous atheist, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, won the landmark lawsuit filed on behalf of her son William, that effectively banned prayer in public schools.

TODD STARNES - Radio.FoxNews.com/ToddStarnes

Federal Government requiring churches to get permits for Baptisms

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Todd Starnes is the host of FOX News & Commentary — heard daily on hundreds of radio stations.  He is a regular contributor to FOX & Friends and FoxNews.com. He also writes a weekly column for Human Events and TownHall.com.  Todd is the author of two books. “Dispatches From Bitter America”  and “They Popped My Hood and Found Gravy on the Dipstick.”

MICHAEL FARRIS - HSLDA.org

German family homeschooling their children have their children seized by the German authorities

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Michael Farris is the chancellor of Patrick Henry College and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association. He was the founding president of each organization.  Farris is a constitutional appellate litigator who has served as lead counsel in the United States Supreme Court, eight federal circuit courts, and the appellate courts of 13 states.