Acton Institute Director of Programs and Education Paul Bonicelli joins host Trish Regan and radio talk show host Buck Sexton to discuss the problem of intelligence leaks intended to harm the Trump Administration, and the apparent practice of intelligence agencies withholding information from the new president.
Everyone knows that the Federal Government has far transcended the limited role envisioned by the Founders. In this address, retired United States Magistrate Judge Joseph Scoville explores the main events in American Constitutional history responsible for the eclipse of the checks and balances designed to limit federal power.
Acton Institute President Rev. Robert A. Sirico joins host Neal Cavuto on Fox News Channel's "Cost of Freedom" to provide analysis of the inaugural prayer service at the US National Cathedral in Washington DC.
On this edition of Radio Free Acton, we're joined by Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute and the editor of the Cato Supreme Court Journal, to discuss the politics surrounding judicial nominations in modern America, and the judicial legacy that presidents leave behind.
Acton Feature Films
The west has made itself the protagonist of development, giving rise to a multibillion dollar poverty industry. From TOM's Shoes to international adoptions, the film challenges each of us to ask the tough question: Could I be part of the problem?
For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles
For the Life of the World is an entertaining film series that explores the deeper meaning of Salvation. Have you ever wondered, “What is my Salvation actually FOR?” Is it only about personal atonement, about getting to heaven, or something that comes later? Is it just to have a “friend in Jesus?”
The Birth of Freedom
The American founders said that all men are created equal and are endowed with certain unalienable rights--that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. They called this a self-evident truth. But humans are separated by enormous differences in talent and circumstance. Why would anyone believe that all men are created equal? That all should be free? That all deserve a voice in choosing their leaders? Why would any nation consider this a self-evident truth? How is freedom born?
The Call of the Entrepreneur
A merchant banker. A failing dairy farmer. A refugee from Communist China. Why do their stories matter? One risked his savings. One risked his farm. One risked his life. Because how we view entrepreneurs shapes the destinies of individuals and nations.
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