American Founders Luncheon Series
The Rivers Club, Pittsburgh
One Oxford Centre, 301 Grant Street

The Honorable Paul J. McNulty ’80
March 8, 2016American Founders Luncheon
“The Founders Constitution and the Coming Battle for Religious Liberty”

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Is America heading toward a religious freedom collision? Those who hold to an agenda of radical social change are pressing for legal victories that override the consciences of those who seek to live by a set of core convictions rooted in religious belief. Some are even willing to exploit acts of jihadist terrorism by suggesting that the real underlying threat is devotion to religious belief. Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80, and former Deputy Attorney General for President George W. Bush, says, “America’s best hope for surviving the coming challenge is a renewed commitment to the respect of individual conscience as a fundamental premise of the American experiment in constitutional democracy. The core view of the Founders in their framework for ordered liberty was that citizens be free to live according to the dictates of conscience. Appeals for Constitutional protection must yield to this historic foundation.” Join us on March 8 to hear The Honorable Paul J. McNulty ’80 speak about the coming legal collision between our Founders’ conception of constitutional religious liberty and those who are seeking to use the legal system to advance social change.

To register, please click here or contact Brenda Vinton at blvinton@gcc.edu or (724) 450-1541. And, please bring a friend. The cost of lunch is $17.76.



PaulJMcNultyThe Honorable Paul J. McNulty ’80, Grove City College’s ninth president, is the fourth alumnus to serve as president of the College where he met his wife, Brenda (Millican ’80). Mr. McNulty is a former U.S. Deputy Attorney General and partner in the global law firm Baker & McKenzie. He oversaw the prosecution of terrorists in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, set policy for prosecuting corporate fraud and is considered a leading expert on business ethics, corporate governance and internal investigations. As U.S. Deputy Attorney General, he led more than 100,000 employees. At Baker & McKenzie, McNulty led the firm’s global corporate compliance and investigations practice. He has received numerous recognitions for his expertise in business ethics, corporate governance and internal investigations. McNulty served on the Grove City College Board of Trustees from 2004 to 2014; he received an honorary doctorate in 2007 and the Jack Kennedy Memorial Alumni Achievement Award in 1998. He also served the College as an adjunct political science instructor from 1994 to 2001. He was awarded an honorary LLD in 2003 from Capital University School of Law where he received his juris doctorate degree in 1983. McNulty served as a Presbyterian elder (PCA) for 28 years and as a youth basketball coach. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Ethics Resource Center. The McNultys were blessed with four children: Katy (class of 2007), Joe, Anni, and Corrie (class of 2014). They have two sons-in-law and a grandson.

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