Freedom Frontline features Hewitt

Ron Gerevas, Dennis Sciotto, Sharon Stein, Ray Vance, Jerome Stein

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Freedom Frontline held a discussion April 15 on the “Basic Principle of Freedom, What can we do to preserve it” with guest speaker Hugh Hewitt and Mark Larson as the master of ceremonies.

In addition to his afternoon talk show on KCBQ, Hugh Hewitt also teaches Constitutional Law at Chapman University and has written numerous books, the most recent being “The Happiest Life.”

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