Thursday, March 25, 2010

Today on the Signorile Show

The FBI is investigating threats against Democratic legislators who voted for the health care reform bill, like threatening voice mails left for the Democratic Representative from Michigan, Bart Stupack, and others whose local offices have been vandalized. Several right-wing websites have called for violence against Democrats, while Republicans try to downplay it all.

Very early this morning, the Senate Republicans were able to get new amendments to the reconciliation attempt, which now has to go back to the House for a vote. We'll discuss this afternoon.

Guest / 3:30pm EST - Joining me this afternoon is open lesbian Congresswoman from Wisconsin, Tammy Baldwin, who will explain what happened to LGBT provisions in the health care bill -- which were removed. She also will tell us where we stand on legislation for ENDA and repealing DADT in the House, where she says the votes are available on both.

A bombshell story in the New York Times implicate Pope Benedict directly in the cover-up of a priest who molested over 200 deaf boys in Wisconsin.

Guest / 4:30pm EST - We'll be speaking with author of Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy, Melissa Milgrom, who will speak with us about the research she did to understand this world of trophy fish and white tailed dear being stuffed for hunters show and tell.

We've focused a lot on Constance McMillen and her fight to be able to attend her prom, but there good story out of Georgia where Derrick Martin was told he could take a male date to his prom. The problem? His parents have now reportedly kicked him out of his house. We'll get into that as well.

All this and much more, today on The Michelangelo Signorile Show!

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