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Episode 39: Obama Calling DOMA Unconstitutional, The Wisconsin Union Uproar, Qaddafi, Egypt, Etc.

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In the thirty-ninth episode, Todd and his guest panelists pro-Liberty activist/pundit Joy Waymire, Libertarian Party activist and pundit D. Frank Robinson, and pro-Liberty pundit and LiberaLaw blogger Gary Chartier discussed Obama calling the Defense of Marriage Act "unconstitutional," the uproar over the Wisconsin state legislature's bill to end "collective bargaining rights" with state employees via their public sector unions, GOP blogger posing as a donor to dupe the Wisconsin governor, a cold anti-union draft reaching Wisconsin's Capitol Park, the Kochtopus allocating $1.2 million to elect governors who are crushing unions, Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder's controversial budget proposal drastically slashing the state's film (tax) incentives, protests against dictator Muammar Qaddafi's government begins in Libya, Obama pressuring Qaddafi to "end" the dictator's violent crackdown on the Libyan protesters and sending Hillary Clinton to handle the affair, the recent Egyptian protests and Hosni Mubarak's surrender of his political power, Bill Maher and Tavis Smiley facing off on Real Time over whether American women are treated better than Egyptian women, and Adam Carolla chiming in on the Maher-Smiley face-off.

[*Note: The show went very well tonight for its return from its hiatus. Jim wasn't able to make it due to his phone being disconnected, although he tried. Kelly Owens wasn't able to make it because she thought it was next week and was super-busy tonight, so I'm gonna have her on next week. Gary Chartier left earlier than he would have because of things he had to do. Frank's cell dropped and had no chance of coming back, so it was me and Joy for the rest of the show. Otherwise, it was an awesome show.]

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