The Culture Wars Over the past 10 years, the courts have ruled against cultural conservatives in a series of cases. The issues include abortion, gay rights and religion in schools. After a decade of battle, is the Culture War over? Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for that discussion.

Guests:

Jeffrey Rosen
*Associate professor at George Washington Law School
*Legal affairs editor for The New Republic

Brian Anderson
*Senior editor of City Journal
*Author of the article "We're No Longer Losing the Culture Wars"

Paul Weyrich
*Chairman and CEO, Free Congress Foundation
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Over the past 10 years, the courts have ruled against cultural conservatives in a series of cases. The issues include abortion, gay rights and religion in schools. After a decade of battle, is the Culture War over? Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for that discussion.

Guests:

Jeffrey Rosen
*Associate professor at George Washington Law School
*Legal affairs editor for The New Republic

Brian Anderson
*Senior editor of City Journal
*Author of the article "We're No Longer Losing the Culture Wars"

Paul Weyrich
*Chairman and CEO, Free Congress Foundation