Paul Kengor stands in for Glen Meakem

This weekend, Dr. Paul Kengor, Executive Director of The Center for Vision and Values and Professor of Political Science at Grove City College, stands in proudly for Glen on “Glen Meakem on the Weekend.”

Dr. Kengor talks about Obama’s “open mic” moment with current Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.  He also interviews Dr. John Sparks,  dean of the A. J. Calderwood School of Arts & Letters at Grove City College, and Professor of Constitutional Law and Business Law, about the chances of the President’s new healthcare law surviving the current Supreme Court challenge.

Glen will be back next weekend.

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