Monday, May 14, 2012

Today’s Hot Topics

  • JP Morgan Chase loses $2 billion: What happens now?
  • Time Magazine generates controversy with its cover featuring a mother breast-feeding a three-year-old
  • Gay Marriage: Can we move forward?

Guests

  • Washington Post Political Blogger Aaron Blake will discuss how the gay marriage debate is changing the 2012 presidential race Web|Twitter
  • Americans United for Separation of Church and State Executive Director Rev. Barry Lynn joins Bill live in studio to discuss the President’s support for gay marriage, and Mitt Romney’s catering to evangelical voters Web|Twitter
  • The Atlantic Political Writer Molly Ball joins Bill live in studio as a “Friend of Bill” co-hosting the third hour of the show Web|Twitter
  • Buzzfeed Politics Reporter McKay Coppins joins Bill and Molly to talk about Mitt Romney’s commencement speech at Liberty University over the weekend Web|Twitter

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2 Responses to Monday, May 14, 2012

  1. ecco says:

    for all the noise, has anyone actually parsed romney’s day-to-day life in business…he says he’s a genius but if there is any evidence of what he actually in the office or on th ephone, it’s got by me…was he a sharp strategy/tactics guy or did he just vote yea/nay, or something in between…neither he nor anoyone from his past has said much and from what mitt has said there is no evidence that he was/is anywhere near the fastest horse in the bain barn…

  2. ecco says:

    the state-by-state tactic (salami tactics to the old soviet subversives) of amendng the us constitution will, if not checked, subvert the letter as it is, already, eroding the spirit of our founding document…the fourteeth amendment section 1. expressly prohibits (take note orginal intenter) “any State” from deniying “any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws”…likewise should no state “abridge the priviliges” or “deprive any citizen of life, liberty or property…”

    insofar as marriage is a civil matter of law and property, (sadly confounded with religious beliefs which may be as discrimintroy as they choose within church doctrine, ceremony and membership…we can always chosse to stay away), the state amenments are unconstitutional and should be challenged as such…pronto.

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