You'd think that in this day and age that fighting for basic humane treatment of women in the world would be a given. Publicity would be instantaneous. The awareness would spread like a blockbuster movie, and women's activists would get to share a stage with thoughtful academics to receive honors to their work, right? Well, no...not so much. Join us as we discuss the latest setback to efforts to bring the plight of women suffering in a Sharia-compliant lifestyles all across the globe, specifically the shutdown of screenings of the documentary "Honor Diaries" and one of the film's featured speakers, Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
The rest of the broadcast is a huge update on two important stories TLFR has covered in months past. Christian Andzel, a political science student at the State University of New York, updates us on his campus legal case involving an incident between him and a professor known for her pro-abortion views in the classroom. He will tell us the final developments of that case and what has happened to him since.
We also welcome Dr. Paul Byrne back to the show. Dr. Byrne was instrumental in educating us about the meaning of "brain death" in the Jahi McMath event, showing us that Jahi was not by any clear clinical standard actually dead in any meaningful way. Now, he has important updates on changes in Jahi's condition and what this means for medical ethics.