Religious Liberty at a Crossroads: Stand Up, Be Heard, or Else! - Part 2

Host:
Dr. James Dobson
Guests:
Kelly Shackelford, Esq., and Dr. Tim Clinton
On today’s edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson continues his conversation with Dr. Tim Clinton and Kelly Shackelford. Kelly Shackelford, president of First Liberty Institute, warns Dr. James Dobson that President Biden wants to "pack" the Supreme Court with four additional justices. If this were to happen, Shackelford says governmental "checks and balances" would be gone. In 1937, President Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, tried to do the same thing. Fortunately, however, despite the fact that 80 of the 100 sitting senators at the time were Democrats, they resoundingly said "No!" Logic prevailed, and the effort failed. Become informed and speak out on this threat of court packing.
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Kelly Shackelford, Esq., and Dr. Tim Clinton

Kelly Shackelford, Esq., is President and CEO of First Liberty Institute, the largest legal firm in the nation dedicated exclusively to protecting religious freedom for all Americans. He has served in this role since 1997, leading First Liberty’s efforts to defend religious freedom in the courts and in the public arena. Under his leadership, First Liberty’s legal team has participated in cases before the United States Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, federal district courts and various state courts, where they have won more than 90 percent of their cases. Shackelford is a constitutional scholar who has argued before the United States Supreme Court, testified before the U.S. House and Senate, and has won a number of landmark First Amendment and religious liberty cases. Shackelford is a highly sought-after speaker and frequent guest on national news and talk shows. He also has been featured in the National Law Journal, Associated Press, The New York Times, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, and The L.A. Times, and many others. Shackelford is on the Board of Trustees of the United States Supreme Court Historical Society and earned his law degree from Baylor University.

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