Episode

6/27 Richard Kim: The Death of DOMA & The Fight For Full Equality

June 27, 2013

The Nation’s Richard Kim, explained what DOMA did legally, the equal protection and state rights component of the decision ending DOMA, the strategy moving forward for national marriage equality, the incredible heroism of Edith Windsor, Bill Clinton’s record on DOMA, what happened with in the Prop 8 ruling and the role popular culture has played in supporting Gay Rights.

On The Better Half: Rick Perry gets lucid for one minute to launch a disgusting attack on Wendy Davis, Random Rush, Pat Robertson wants to know if Anthony Kennedy has “Gay Clerks”?, Chris Christie thinks Gay People should be discriminated against, Obama’s ambiguous stance on Keystone and your IMs.

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