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Hr1 Xander Gibb, self-proclaimed Queen of ALL NY Media, weighs in on the latest Supreme Court ruling making same-sex marriage the law of the land. He says his stance on gay marriage has reclassified him as a "homophobe" even though he himself is openly gay. Go figure!
Xander questions, if LGBT's want to attain rights, why do they want to trample on others' rights in the process? And if this really is all about love, let's extend that a little bit to people who don't agree with us. Forcing someone (like a church or a bakery) to do something they don't want to do is called slavery.
Hr2 Ramadan is supposed to be a time of peace and reflection for Muslims. ISIS is not your average Muslim. ISIS says this year it will be a "time of calamity" for the infidels.
Law professor, Frank Buckley discusses the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) ruling making gay marriage legal. He says expect to see an increase in litigation around religious freedom for churches. Even if you like today's ruling, you should be concerned about the precedence it sets for future courts taking latitudes.
Hr3 Leave it to Jesse Watters to try to talk politics at a pot expo! What'd you expect? GADS!
Dr. Saqib Qureshi talks about how self-identity affects all aspects of our life and our culture.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
In a normal week, the MOMocrats would be anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court decisions on lethal injection, redistricting, EPA regulations, same sex marriage, Obamacare subsidies. But while the SCOTUS decisions will have long-term impact on the nation, this is not a normal week and MOMocrats Karoli, Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills will be discussing a myriad of other topics like: TPP, the Confederate flag, Bernie Sanders' amazing campaign rallies and Hillary Clinton's bold speech on race -- and President Obama's appearance on Marc Maron's podcast ("The best I've ever heard him do," says Karoli). Produced by Engender Media Group.
LGBT Activist and popular radio host, Rob Watson, returns to the show to talk about the recent SCOTUS ruling in favor of Marriage Equality.
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Baltimore is burning but my mind is more with the Supremes in DC. I've but a lot of emotion and thought into marriage equality over the past 11 years. Now here we are two months away from a likely quasi-resolution.
I do expect a Loving v. Virginia-style decision in June. It's likely 5-4 ir 6-3 in favor of same-sex marriage, replete with long-fingered majority and dissenting CYA decisions.
I'll kick around the fallout, particularly how the plug nasties who want to harm, hinder and hurt homosexuals will take it. As we still see in the 42 years since women's right to choose was allegedly settled with Roe v. Wade, some will not accept changes or that their emotions are in the minority. Yes, yes, they are likely to keep it so long as they breath.
Join your host P4R4L3G4L as i discuss the SCOTUS and and landmark religious liberty cases as we ponder the implications of the recent ruling on same sex marriage
Hr1 SCOTUS ruled on Obamacare. Justice Antonin Scalia accused 6-vote majority of engaging in "interpretive jiggery-pokery" for upholding the Affordable Care Act.
Dan Gainor with MRC Newsbusters talks about the media's political agenda in keeping racism and hate alive. He says it's all about posturing for the 2016 Presidential election.
In a scathing rebuke, Judge Andrew Napolitano says Justice Roberts had to do 'Bizarre Contortions' to uphold ObamaCare.
Hr2 University of Michigan professor blames free speech for Charleston shooting. Newsflash: a deranged killer is responsible!
David Hogberg from the National Center for Public Policy Research says to Justice Roberts, you are not a super-legislator. You don't get to legislate from the bench. Just interpret the law and ensure it follows the Constitution.
The National Park Service tells Gettysburg to remove standalone Confederate flags from gift shop store shelves ahead of the re-enactment. Just keep burying that history folks...
University of Pennsylvania professor says she's had her own "Dolezal phase" and sometimes doesn’t want to be white either.
Hr3 Who you are has nothing to do with the color of your skin. Just ask Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It's about character. Not color.
Fred Campbell with the Center for Boundless Innovation in Technology talks about the government's takeover of the internet and essentially turning it into another regulated utility.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
It's a TGIF edition of Civil Chat with Lee. Today's broadcast focuses on the Supreme Court's two historic decisions with the Affordable Care Act and Gay Marriage. Lee looks at the fallout from both for the GOP, and what ramifications this will have on the progression of our country to a better health care system and non discrimination with gay marriage. Are you listening Mike Pence? Politicans react to SCOTUS decision on Gay Marriage and much much MORE.
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This is Andre Traversa, host of the Andre Controversa show at www.blogtalkradio.com/andrecontroversa, also linked at www.libertarianrepublican.net.
Tonight's topic will be the SCOTUS same sex marriage ruling, with four guests weighing in on the issue.
As usual, conservatives were more willing to go on the air than liberals, but I did manage to get one moderate/liberal voice to join our panel discussion.
His name is Christopher Hale, and he is with Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good.
They have what they call a more "nuanced," approach to the ruling.
Also joining us is Travis Webber, religious freedom specialist at the Family Research Council, who will share his concerns about the ruling's potential impact on religious liberty.
The legal angle will come from Ken Connelly, legal counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom.
And last but not least, we will be jointed by the brilliant economics professor Jennifer Roback Morse, founder of the Ruth Institute, who will make her case for a libertarian defense of heterosexual marriage.
The show begins at 9-00 p.m. CT, and we're set up to run for two hours; but we may end the show early; I just don't want to be cut off the air right after the first 60 minutes.
I may add a few surprise guests at the last minute as well.
Please feel free to call in at 914-803-4350, and tune in at 9-00 p.m. Ct for another exercise in Controversa controversy.
Talk to you later,
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The so called "GOP controlled Senate" took another 'whup'n' with it's failure to override Obama's veto of legislation approving the Keystone XL pipeline. How did this failure happen? Is the pipeline plugged or is there still a chance to move this project forward?
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has definitely left the ACA (aka Obamacare) "In the Pickle Barrel". Do not expect a quick answer on this very important ruling. When and how will SCOTUS finally address this issue?