Religious Freedom, Life with a BYU Quarterback, Police Stress

Religious Freedom, Life with a BYU Quarterback, Police Stress

The Matt Townsend Show - Season 4, Episode 187

  • Aug 26, 2015 1:00 pm
  • 2:19:11 mins

Religious Freedom (12:31) Robert Smith managing director at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at BYU, to help us better understand this increasingly contentious issue in our country.  Professor Smith has also co-authored numerous articles on religious freedom and other legal topics, and he is a speaker at international conferences on religious topics. He serves as the Center’s Regional Advisor for the United States and teaches a course on the taxation of religious organizations at the J. Reuben Clark Law School.  Life with a BYU Quarterback (54:11) Emily Hill is from College Station Texas. She is married to BYU quarterback Taysom Hill. Emily talks with Dr. Townsend about how she balances normal life with the life of a major college quarterback. Emily shares how she and her husband make time for their relationship during the football season. She also talks about her husband's possible NFL future and the risk of injury.  The Cost of Stress in the Police Force (1:42:40) Jon Shane, professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, received a Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degree in criminal justice from Rutgers University. He has made publications such as September 11th Terrorist Attacks on the United States and the Law Enforcement Response, Understanding of Terrorism—Case Studies, Analyses and Lessons Learned,  and What Every Chief Executive Should Know: Using Data to Measure Police Performance. Today he talks about the “The Cost of Stress in the Police Force,” and what changes should be made.

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