Get ready for engaging discussions on Bold TV covering religion’s role in politics, National School Choice Week and the new book “The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life That Matters.”
The Bold team had an eventful Inauguration Special on Bold TV last week. The show was broadcast live from New York and Washington D.C., and covered the Inauguration, the Watch Us Run conference, and the Women’s March. Thankfully, Carrie and Clay are returning to the studio for this week’s episode.
For this week, we’re bringing back casual debates. For tomorrow’s debate, we are pleased to welcome back Hughey Newsome to the set. A business consultant and television commentator focused on politics and policy (also a Bold Contributor), Hughey believes that education and economic awareness are the key ingredients to empower Americans to take back our country. He and Carrie will be debating the question: Should religion play a role in politics?
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Next, did you know it’s National School Choice Week? Coming on to discuss this is Israel Ortega, a senior writes at Opportunity Lives. National School Choice Week, (January 22-28), is the world’s largest annual celebration of opportunity in education and is celebrated every January.
We will then be joined by Emily Esfahani Smith, author and editor at the Hoover Institution. We will be discussing her book, “The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life That Matters.
Find out more about our guests here:
- Hughey Newsome, Business Consultant and Conservative Activist
- Israel Ortega, Senior Writer at Opportunity Lives
- Emily Esfahani Smith, Author and Editor at the Hoover Institution
*Update: Watch our full episode below*