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Law Alumnus Launches Radio Talk Show

It has only been two short years since earning his J.D. from Regent Law and Jordan Sekulow (’09) is already making a tangible impact on the American political conversation.

His most recent endeavor? The Jordan Sekulow Show (JSS).


“Through the Jordan Sekulow Show, I take the edge and immediacy of Twitter to talk radio with cutting analysis of today's political and media landscape,” said Sekulow.

In the first two weeks that the Washington, D.C., based show has been airing, Sekulow has welcomed a number of influential and distinguished guests from the American political spectrum, including Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann.

Sekulow emphasized that the JSS is about his audience, so he poses questions to his guests that listeners post in real time on Twitter.

JSS Producer Nicolas Peaks lauds the show for being different than other radio talk shows because "
it is youthful yet filled with passion and experience, it's Christian based but not limited to Christians, and it's raw and real and covers all topics of life."

Aside from his time spent on air—he also co-hosts the Jay Sekulow Live! radio program and the ACLJ This Week television program—Sekulow serves as the Director of Policy and International Operations at the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), and as a regular contributor to the Washington Post.

He was also the National Youth Director for the Bush-Cheney 2004 campaign and co-founded and served as the Editor-and-Chief of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy.

Tune in weekdays to Sirius 161 at 12:30 p.m. EST or visit jordansekulow.com to listen to the Jordan Sekulow Show live.


- By Molly Eccles




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