Joe Kennedy never sought the limelight, but it found him. A high school football coach, he knelt in prayer after every game, something the local school district didn’t like. Even though he was exercising his First Amendment right to free speech and freedom of religion, the district requested that he stop, and then fired him for continuing. His fight is likely to go all the way to the Supreme Court as a test case for the individual rights of public figures. He joins us to talk about the motivation for fighting for those rights.

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