Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Today on the Signorile Show

At a rally in Indianapolis, a supporter of the National Organization for Marriage called for murdering gays as "Solution to Gay Marriage." Now NOM is being told to condemn this call, buy has yet to say a word.

The leaked war documents now present a challenge for the White House, which should have thought about this before pushing deeper into the war in Afghanistan.

Should police have the right to bar you from taking pictures in the name of national security? We'll pose the question and take your calls.

/ 3:30pm EST - Cocaine has been one of the biggest black market industries for years. The US government spends millions to combat the problem, but some say this is a waste of time and money. Tom Feiling joins us this afternoon to talk about his book Cocaine Nation: How The White Trade Took Over The World and how a legal market could and should be created. We don't have to point out that he is the center of much controversy for this position.

Guest / 4:30pm EST - Paul Yandura, former Clinton White House aide and Democratic Strategist, joins us this afternoon to recap the Netroots Nation convention and discuss where we are with the Obama administration and Democrats in the White House.

A bar in Maine is being told that waiters must keep their shirts, citing health issues. The owner is saying homophobia is the motivation. Should the waiters be able to go topless?

And more interviews -- and interesting stories -- from our trip to Vegas for Netroots Nation, including my losing my keys and almost having a national security incident! Oh and that airplane turbulence. You'll call in with your stories too.

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