The “Church vs. State” aspect of recent healthcare legislation reared its head again last week when Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius (who is Catholic) was booed at Georgetown University (which is a Catholic college). Is this course of action appropriate to do to a public official? How is this issue impacted by the expectation that a co-religionist adhere to the tenets of the shared faith? OU Managing Director Rabbi Steven Burg was invited on Fox News to discuss this question. You can see it here.