Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Today on the Signorile Show

2:30pm ESTAhmed Shihab-Eldin, host of Huffington Post Live, returns to the show this agternoon to talk about what has been happening in Egypt over the past two weeks, with the removal of President Mohammed Morsi and what this will mean for the future of the country.

3:30pm EST - As the NSA Surveillance story began to unfold, MSNBC attacked Edward Snowden for being a whistleblower against the United States.  Jeff Cohen, founding director of Park Center For Independent Media, joins us this afternoon to talk about a recent piece he wrote for Huffington Post in which he calls out MSNBC for their attacks and standing by the President while he continues to act unethically.

4:30pm EST - Patrick Yacco and Jono Jarrett of Geeks Out have launched an online campaign encouraging people to skip the upcoming movie, Enders Game, because the author of the books, Orson Scott Card, has made some anti-LGBT statements in the past and is involved with the National Organization for Marriage.  They joins us today to talk about their boycott and the attention they've gotten over it.

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