Christian conservatives who are battling for the right to promote their faith in public or official settings see themselves locked in an epic contest with a rival religion. But that rival isn't Islam. It's secularism.
We talk about what it's been like to be Muslim in America since the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. Plus, we speak with Representative Robin Kelly of Illinois’ 2nd District about the continued fight over gun control in Congress. And, how are you making the holidays more meaningful? We get advice from Chicago Tribune family issues reporter Bonnie Miller Rubin. And a Northwestern Law professor brakes down the acquittal of Cmdr. Glenn Evans.
As Chicago’s Muslim community reels from allegations that a prominent Islamic scholar sexually assaulted women, some are calling for an investigation into what leaders knew about prior claims of misconduct.