Gun sales boom, vaccine mandates loom
One year after Covid-19 turned the world upside down, Americans are still applying for firearm background checks in record numbers. Criminology professor Ronald Hampton talks through the implications of sky-high gun sales, and whether police departments should be alarmed over this small arms race among citizens. Plus, no jab, no job? Attorney Sara Papantonio explains whether it is legal for managers to demand their employees be vaccinated before returning to the workplace.
Movie theaters and restaurants aren’t the only ones facing a serious cash crunch due to the pandemic. Places of worship across the country have suffered a heavy blow since congregations have emptied. Catholic radio host John Harper discusses how Sunday sermons have adapted to the New Normal. Plus, a breakdown of the recent stir over Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine which could present a conflict of faith.