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Law school to host radio talk show

A radio studio at Liberty University’s law school will be the headquarters for a one-hour daily talk show hosted by law school dean Mat Staver.

In addition to running the law school in Lynchburg, Staver serves as chairman of Liberty Counsel,  a conservative Christian litigation, education and policy organization.  Beginning at 4 p.m. today, Staver and associate dean Matt Barber will interview political and religious leaders and take calls on topics of cultural and political interest on the show “Liberty Live.”

You can hear the program on American Family Radio‘s talk network, including radio outlets and a Web feed.

By Peter Vieth

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