The MacPhersons regularly appear on various streaming shows primarily focused on tax related topics, but also dealing with other areas of Constitutional law. Below are some recent examples.
Watch as Nathan is interviewed by former IRS Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Special Agent Joe Banister (https://www.agentfortruth.com) and Free Enterprise Society Services founder and director Shawn O’Connor (http://shawnoconnor.org). The topic of this “Corona Virus” special edition episode is the federal religious freedom lawsuit Nathan and Scott, together with local counsel Colton Boyles, filed against the Idaho governor and director of health services on behalf of a congregant and two pastors.
Two religious leaders and a churchgoer filed the lawsuit on April 30 against Gov. Brad Little and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppesen. MacPherson defends their constitutional rights.
Nathan and his brother Dr.Ryan MacPherson, history professor and department chair at Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato, Minnesota, discuss Ryan’s new history textbook, Rediscovering the Amerian Republic: Biographies, Primary Texts, Charts, and Study Questions Exploring a People’s Quest of Ordered Liberty.
Nathan and Dr.Ryan MacPherson continue discussing Ryan’s new history textbook as well as the development of the extreme idea of “separation of church and state.”
Nathan and Steve Barke, a law school graduate and pastor of Beacon’s Bible Church in Encinitas, California, discuss how Pastor Barke is getting his church involved in Charter school education in a way that does not violate the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the First Amendment’s establishment clause. Pastor Robbin Robbert of King of Kings Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wasilla, Alaska, talks about parental responsibility for bringing up Christian children.
Nathan and Paster Steve Barke of Beacon’s Bible Church in Encinitas, California, discuss how the extreme idea of “separation of church and state” came about and what Pastor Barke, a law school graduate, is doing to get his church legally involved with charter schools. Robert Alumbaugh, a sound engineer for major rock bands, discusses the importance of mentoring young people.
Nathan, Pastor Steve Barke, Robert Alumbaugh, and Constitutional attorney Brent Allan Winters continue the discussion on the importance of mentoring the young and of listening to people. Winters discusses the Common Law and contrasts it with the Civil Law.