In Appreciation of the American Experiment in Liberty

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Townhall Review – July 6, 2024

Dan Proft talks with Randy Barnett of Georgetown Law about the monumental 6-3 Supreme Court ruling, which aims to prevent the prosecution of outgoing presidents by incoming administrations.

John Solomon turns to Pennsylvania Congressman Scott Perry for a more in-depth analysis of the Trump v. United States case.

Legal experts Stephen Vladeck from the University of Texas School of Law and Jonathan Adler from Case Western Reserve University discuss the significant ruling in Loper Bright v. Raimondo, which marks the end of the Chevron doctrine.

Hugh Hewitt engages with Matthew Spalding, Dean of Hillsdale College, to appreciate the uniqueness of America’s experiment in liberty. They discuss the importance of renewing our understanding and appreciation of the principles enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, especially during the 4th of July weekend.

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