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This show will be an entertaining breath of fresh air that will keep you up to date with current events and hot topics as well as life, health, relationships, and literature. There will be a large array of music, giveaways, comic relief, and great commentary provided by two of the hottest author voices in urban fiction, Rayven Skyy and Aaron Bebo.Join us every morning from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. while you prepare for your commute to work or are just up looking for a great way to start your day. Call in and plug us up so you can listen as you are on the move. You won’t want to miss the juiciest gossip or the latest releases for books, movies, and music. Not to mention all the great advice and comedic commentary and chances to win some great prizes.
In this show, I will talk to Professor Anthony C. Infanti, of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law about the two cases the US Supreme Court heard this past Spring regarding same-sex marriage. We will review the cases, and what each is about, and then discuss some of the options for what the Court may do in June when their decision is slated to be announced.
There is mixed information out there that predicts that a decision may end all questions about the legality of same-sex marriage, but in reality, the decision may create more questions than it resolves. What may be answered, and what may be next for same-sex couples, especially those in Pennsylvania? How is each of the two decisions expected different? And are there questions that are of interest to law scholars, but that may mean anything practically to same-sex couples or their opponents?
Lastly, I want to talk to Tony about how activism plays a role (or doesn't when it comes to the Supreme Court, and ask him to weigh in on the relationship of court decisions to legislative and other efforts for same-sex marriage.
Why all the fuss about same sex "marriage"? What's the problem with 2 people publicly expressing their love for one another? Shouldn't everyone have the right to get married? Join Catholic Evangelist Gary Zimak as he reflects on today's Supreme Court Decision and looks at what's really at stake with the attempt to REDEFINE marriage. Using the book, Getting The Marriage Conversation Right by William May, Gary will look at common questions and answers about same sex "marriage". In addition, he'll discuss why Catholics MUST care about this important issue!
The Supreme Court is wading into the fight over same-sex marriage at a time when public opinion is shifting rapidly in its’ permission of gay and lesbian couples to wed. To date, 40 states don't allow it. Supporters of Proposition 8 say the court should respect the verdict of California voters who approved the ban in 2008 and let the fast-changing politics of gay marriage evolve on their own. Join our discussion. Open forum.
"Texas passed commonsense legislation to protect the health of women and their unborn children," Cruz said in a statement. "This law is constitutional and consistent with U.S. Supreme Court precedent protecting the life and health of the mother and child. I hope the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals will uphold Texas' reasonable law."
Tonight our guest is Carol Donnelly Stevens, candidate for NYS Supreme Court Third Judicial District
The Third District encompasses Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schoharie, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties.
While Carol may not state her personal beliefs on many issues she will say she is a law abiding Concealed Carry gun owner and and advocate for the Second Amendment.
Dave Bego is the CEO of Executive Management Services and has 5000 employees nationwide. He is the author of the books The Devil At My Doorstep and The devil At OUr Doorsgtep will be Breaking News Journal's guest. Dave will give an update on what is happening in Indiana on COMMON CORE and how his book "The Devil At Our Doorstep" got into evidence for the U.S. Supreme Court. Dave is one of the Breaking News Journal SWAT Team of professionals that are working to get the Feature Films and The Breaking News Journal TV Channel launched.
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Governor Jerry Brown used his veto power over the weekend. SB 649, the so-called “wobbler” bill, will not become law in California.
If signed it would have given judges and prosecutors a choice when handling cases involving possession of small amounts of illicit drugs as either a felony or misdemeanor.
Supreme Court Affirmative Action case from Michigan could reach California.
The post office prints stamps some say are dangerous.
Meanwhile, there will be a real funeral for Walter White of 'Breaking Bad' -- find out why.
On this show, we are discussing the controversial subject THE GREAT DEBATE of SAME SEX MARRIAGE!! We have been following this issue and the court sessions very closely over the past few months asking questions such as what has went down in the US government, what has changed, what is going on in the US supreme courts about it right now, how it will affect people already in same sex marriages, asking who has the right to decide who we marry, why do they think it affects their lives? We share the answers with you, break down statistics and dig deep inside the courts power, which states have said yes, which states said no, and who has yet to decide, and the website links to visit and make your voice heard on the matter. Also the show question "ES Wants To Know?" is asked and we review the answers we received live on the air. Plus ES and Chloe B voice their opinions on the issue and make it very clear how they feel.
So listen in, tune in, call in, or join in chat, on Be Bad Radio Show “Being Bad w/ ES”.
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