Tuesday, July 29, 2008

On Today's Show

In our second hour (3:30 EST) we'll be joined by Annette Taddeo, candidate for Congress in Florida's newly drawn and very gay 18th District, which now includes Miami and Key West. She's challenging pro-gay incumbent Republican Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, who is backed by Florida Log Cabinites because she opposes a statewide ballot measure banning gay marriage (on the ballot in November). But Taddeo believes that, in order to further gay rights, it's crucial to add another democratic seat to the House, and that she is much better on the issue than her opponent. She'll tell us why. Join in.

Hour three (4:30 EST) Charles Manson prosecutor and author Vincent Bugliosi speaks with us about his new, thought-provoking bestseller, which has been much ignored by the media, perhaps because of the title: <The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder. It's a tightly-constructed case he makes against Bush for the murder of American troops in Iraq.

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