Friday, March 25, 2011

Today on the Signorile Show

The news out of Japan looks even darker, as radiation levels at the nuclear plant have risen dramatically. We look at the potential Republican presidential candidates on LGBT issues, as their homophobia is rising faster than the radiation in Japan. The governor of Alaska has nominated a man to the state judicial council who believes adultery should be prosecuted, which might mean New Gingrich can't go there! The latest on Libya as command is being shifted to NATO. Is the Uganda "kill the gays" bill killed?

Guest / 3:30pm EST
- We have been told that the key to longevity involves obsessing over what we eat, how much we stress and how fast we run. Based on the most extensive study of longevity ever conducted, That may not be true. The Longevity Project: Suprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark Eight Decade Study exposes what really impacts our lifespan, including friends, family, personality, and work. Co-author Leslie Martin, Ph.D. joins us this afternoon to debunk the myths to a long life.

Guest / 4:30pm EST - Tres Watson, Executive Director of Canvass For A Cause, joins us this afternoon to talk about this morning's court case in which Superior Court Judge Jeffery Barton will hear arguments from Target and CFAC. Target isued CFAC for petitioning outside its San Diego stores, promoting marriage equality, and, according to Target, scaring off its customers. In a preliminary hearing earlier this month, the judge found that the group'ss First Amendment rights trump Target's business interests.

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