First, however, we answer a question from Patron Christopher Arguin regarding cross-examination that was inspired by TTTBE #30.
In the main segment, Andrew and Andrew continue to discuss church-state separation and the First Amendment.
Next, our friend Seth Barrett Tillman provides us with an update on the CREW v. Trump lawsuit regarding emoluments.
Finally, we end with the answer to Thomas Take the Bar Exam Question #31 regarding the Statute of Frauds. Listen and find out if Thomas’s improbable one-question winning streak will continue — and don’t forget to play along by following our Twitter feed (@Openargs) and/or our Facebook Page and quoting the Tweet or Facebook Post that announces this episode along with your guess and reason(s)!
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Show Notes & Links
- We first spoke with Andrew Seidel regarding Trinity Lutheran during Episode 82.
- Here is a link to the Trinity Lutheran v. Comer decision.
- We first discussed Trinity Lutheran during our three-part “You Be The Supreme Court” series; part 1 (Episode 14) is available here, part 2 is available here, and part 3 is available here.
- This is the letter that the Missouri Attorney General sent indicating that, post-election, Missouri would change its policy.
- Finally, please check out Andrew Seidel’s great work at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
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