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Kresta in the Afternoon – March 3, 2015

Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on March 3, 2015

4:00 – Netanyahu Addresses Congress

Today Benjamin Netanyahu gave his controversial and long-awaited speech before Congress. He urged the US to enforce stricter sanctions on Iran to prevent the country from developing a nuclear weapon. Netanyahu also said that the relationship between the US and Israel “Has always been above politics and must remain above politics.” We’ll review his speech today.

4:20- Notre Dame, Charles Rice and Fr. Hesburgh

The University of Notre Dame lost two of its most prominent figures last week: former president Fr. Theodore Hesburgh and longtime professor Charles Rice. Both men left indelible marks on the university and on Catholic education in America-and not always in a good way. Fr. Wilson Miscamble joins us to discuss their lives and legacies.

5:00 — Kresta Comments: Netanyahu Addresses Congress 

5:20 – CPAC: Politicians, Pundits and Advocates

Michael New is here with a review of the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference. What was said? What wasn’t said? What is the current state of Conservatism in America? We’ll discuss these questions and more.

5:40 – Papal Nuncio in Ukraine: “Holy See Can’t be on One Side or the Other.”

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