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Friday, June 7, 2024
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Join our host, Dr. Merrill (Buddy) Matthews, as he and his co-hosts from First Liberty Institute, Jeff Mateer and Holly Randall, bring us the Weekend Edition. They will cover the topics that affect you: from religious freedom cases to putting the 10 Commandments back in schools, and from the 80th anniversary of D-Day, GOP retaliation for Trump, and upcoming Supreme Court decisions to the drop in the marriage rate.

It’s going to be a great show, so please plan accordingly. Call us at 800-351-1212 or contact us on Facebook at facebook.com/pointofviewradio with your opinion or comments.

Dr. Merrill Matthews
Resident Scholar - Institute for Policy Innovation
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Merrill Matthews, Ph.D., is a resident scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation, a research-based, public policy “think tank.” He is a health policy expert and weekly contributor at Forbes.com. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the Texas Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Dr. Matthews is a past president of the Health Economics Roundtable forRead More

Holly Randall Show Page
Holly Randall
Associate Counsel - First Liberty Institute
Holly Randall serves as Associate Counsel with the First Liberty Institute.

Holly graduated summa cum laude from the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate for the Class of 2021 and a Sumners Foundation Scholar. During law school, she externed at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, worked as a research assistant to Dean Jim Roth, served as president of the OKC Student Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society, and published her Note, From Peyote to Parenthood: Why Employment Division v. Smith Must(and Might) Go, as a member of the Oklahoma City University Law Review. Holly spent her summers as a legal intern at the First Liberty Institute.

Holly received her bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Spanish from Oklahoma City University in 2018, graduating summa cum laude, cum honore, and was a member of the OCU Women’s Volleyball team.

Holly is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma.
Jeff Mateer Show Page
Jeff Mateer
Executive Vice President | Chief Legal Officer - First Liberty Institute
Jeff Mateer is the Chief Legal Officer of First Liberty Institute, where he serves as a member of the executive leadership team and oversees and directs First Liberty’s legal operations, including its litigation, media/communications, and external affairs teams. He rejoined First Liberty Institute in October 2020 after serving as First Assistant Attorney General of Texas from March 2016 through October 2020.

Jeff has served in the legal field for over 30 years, and in addition to having received an A-V rating by Martindale-Hubbell, Jeff has been honored as a Texas Rising Star and Texas Super Lawyer. He received his undergraduate education at Dickinson College, where he graduated with honors in 1987, and his legal education at Southern Methodist University, where he graduated with honors in 1990. While in law school, he served as an editor of the law review. He is licensed to practice law by the state of Texas and is admitted to practice before all Texas State and Federal District Courts, the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
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