Clerk Who Rejected Same-Sex Marriage Licenses Claims She Met With PopeA Kentucky clerk who went to jail for defying a federal court's orders to issue same-sex marriage licenses says she met briefly with the pope during his historic visit to the United States and he told her to stay strong.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | September 4Chris covered the contempt of court charge that sent a Kentucky county clerk to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the new ticket requirements for Papal events, Vice-President Joe Biden's defense of the Iranian nuclear deal. He talked with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Donald Trump's promises of protectionism at 7:00, Phillies Announcer Scott Franzke at 8:00, and ABC World News Tonight Anchor, David Muir, about his trip to the Vatican at 8:20.
Zeoli Show Log 09.03.15Rich discussed Donald Trump signing the pledge to run for the GOP, mothers pulling guns out on children and discrimination against wine drinkers. He also discussed the Kentucky clerk being ordered to jail, Taylor Swift's video receives criticism and Arby's issues an apology. Rich spoke with Former Philadelphia Eagle and 94.1 WIP Midday Host Ike Reese about deflategate.
Zeoli Show Log 09.02.15Rich discussed whether Black Lives Matter should be labeled as a hate group, a NJ man cited for killing a seagull and new details surrounding the Pope's visit. He also discussed Kim Davis refusing marriage licenses, John Kerry speaking about the Iran deal and old collectible items. Rich spoke with Alex Griswold about Carly Fiorina's participation in the debate at 3:30pm. He also spoke with Randy Miller about a murder against Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka. Lastly, Rich discussed Kim Davis decision not to issue marriage licenses with Washington Post contributor Jonathan Adler.
Archbishop Releases Statement On Main Line School That Dismissed TeacherAs Archbishop Charles Chaput weighs in on the firing of a gay Catholic school teacher on the Main Line, the leadership of the school is releasing a statement backing the decision, and saying it will not be reversed or modified.
Country's First Gay Divorce Firm Opens In PhiladelphiaA Philadelphia attorney has opened what he says is the first LGBTQ divorce firm.
Community Leaders Gather In Love Park To Celebrate Supreme Court Decision On Same Sex MarriageLeaders in Philadelphia's community rallied in Love Park Wednesday to celebrate the Supreme Court victory on marriage equality and to market the launch of a renewed effort for full equality.
Advocacy Group Says Equality Fight Isn't Over Despite Same Sex Marriage RulingEquality New Jersey's Andrea Bowen says this was an amazing win, but the battle is far from over.
Hundreds Gather Along Independence Mall For "Love Wins" RallyAcross the country, people are celebrating the Supreme Court decision to uphold and legalize Gay marriage across the country, including right here in Philadelphia.
Supreme Court Decision On Same Sex Marriage Means A Lot To Local CoupleDamian Tracy works at CBS 3. He's a friend, and a colleague, and at home, he's a dad.
Locals Weigh In On Historic Decision By Supreme Court To Legalize Same Sex MarriageThat's because the first major U.S. protest for LGBT equality took place in front of Independence Hall back in 1965.
Archbishop Chaput Releases Statement On Supreme Court Legalizing Same Sex MarriageFollowing today's historic ruling by the Supreme Court legalizing same sex marriage nationwide, Archbishop Charles Chaput released a statement.