Abercrombie & Fitch, The Supreme Court and You
Posted March 12, 2015
I've heard it said that the key to successful communication -- to persuasion -- is answering a central question for the audience: "What's in it for me?" This makes sense. As adults, most of us are pretty set in our ways, with a fairly well-defined outlook on the world. To persuade you to care enough to support my position, it stands to reason that I should be able to describe for you why you would benefit by agreeing with me.
Religious Liberty Symposium in the Italian Senate
Posted February 25, 2015
Dedicated to the memory of Gianni Long, jurist and former FCEI president, the conference was attended by Italian and international experts on a topic of increasing relevance in a country progressively pluralistic in professions of faith.
Ambassador David Saperstein Swearing In Ceremony
Posted February 23, 2015
Mr. Secretary, I am so deeply honored by the confidence that you and President Obama have placed in me to serve our nation advancing the right of freedom of religion around the globe.
Posted February 19, 2015
This was my last Californian Tour. What I call the Californian Tour was not limited to California. It was expanded to Nevada and Arizona. It has become a tradition since the first one in 1998 when Attorney Alan Reinach invited me to give a lecture at Pacific Union College.