Sunday, March 31, 2013

Ep. 7 What Will the Supreme Court Decide?



This past week, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) heard arguments in landmark cases that will no doubt shape the face of LGBT equality. From the potential for sweeping decisions that declare all Americans are entitled to the rights and privileges, to the possible decision that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional, the conversations swirled from politics and equal rights to legal procedures and social media.

Does it sound a little confusing? Well it was. But to help boil it down, Jim talks to married couple Anthony Niedwiecki and Waymon Hudson. Waymon is one of the country’s leading LGBT activists and a regular blogger for Huffington Post, while Anthony just happens to be a law professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago.

The three team up for one of the most illuminating, and often entertaining, discussions about the Supreme Court hearings you will find anywhere. Along with some pretty hilarious conversations about other top news, this is an episode you will want to share with your friends, family, and anyone else who cares about equality in America. Enjoy the show!




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  1. Does it sound a little confusing? Well it was. But to help boil it down, Jim talks to married couple court reporting help site Anthony Niedwiecki and Waymon Hudson. Waymon is one of the country’s leading LGBT activists and a regular blogger for Huffington Post, while Anthony just happens to be a law professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago.

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