A show of many shapes today.
Columnist-to-the-world Mark Steyn leads off and James Lileks closes the program today, and in between will be an hour long debate between former federal prosecutor Katherine Darmer, now of Chapman University Law School, and former lead prosecutor of the World Trade Center bombers Andrew McCarthy, on how enemy combatants ought to be treated by our justice system.
And for these days when not-for-profits are struggling with rapidly declining budgets and dwindling donor bases, the Vice President for University Advancement at Biola University, Wesley Willmer, joins me to discuss A Revolution in Generosity. Wilmer argues that the American church and most American Christian have lost their way when it comes to generosity. Perhaps the recession’s impact on the world of giving will make many more people open to his message.