Leaders 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.
Chris discussed yesterday’s Supreme Court rulings, NBC’s decision to fire Donald Trump, and Comedian Amy Schumer’s response to racism charges. He talked with John Hayward from Breitbart.com at 8:00 and incoming Phillies President Andy MacPhail at 8:20.
Editorial Page Editor: ‘Anti-Gay Marriage Op-ed Ban Was More Of A Reminder For People To ‘Play Nice’
By Dom Giordano PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jon Micek, Editorial Page Editor for PennLive spoke with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT midday host Dom Giordano about the paper’s decision to not publish op-eds that are against the […]
Chris discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage and the resignation of Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg. He also talked with Colin Hanna and Jason Springer on the Monday Morning Matchup, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine.
Equality New Jersey’s Andrea Bowen says this was an amazing win, but the battle is far from over.
Across the country, people are celebrating the Supreme Court decision to uphold and legalize Gay marriage across the country, including right here in Philadelphia.
Damian Tracy works at CBS 3. He’s a friend, and a colleague, and at home, he’s a dad.
That’s because the first major U.S. protest for LGBT equality took place in front of Independence Hall back in 1965.
Following today’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court legalizing same sex marriage nationwide, Archbishop Charles Chaput released a statement.
Ben Domenech, publisher at The Federalist and Senior Fellow at The Heartland Institute, says Justice John Roberts “bent over backward” to save Obamacare and “avoid a real plain text reading of what the law actually said.”
“Reality will prevail, and reality is probably less enthusiastic than some of these stocks behaved yesterday, that’s for sure. Tenet Healthcare was up twelve percent yesterday; I really don’t think that it was that meaningful to Tenet Healthcare, but you’re right. This is a sugar high. Enjoy it while it’s here,” he said.
Rich analyzed the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding a major portion of the Affordable Care Act, Hulu Plus releasing the entire catalog of Seinfeld, and Apple pulling all Civil War games from iTunes.
Rich discusses the expiration of the Patriot Act, Caitlyn Jenner’s photo shoot for Vanity Fair, and the Supreme Court ruling that a man was wrongly convicted for posting threats on Facebook. He also talked with authors Josh Packard and Matthew Schmitz, and labor lawyer Rick Grimaldi.
The justices ruled Monday that it was not enough for prosecutors to show that the comments of Anthony Elonis would make a reasonable person feel threatened.
Three state Supreme Court seats are open, and three nominees were chosen from a field of six in each party.