Jim Schneider cleared the news desk once again for this information packed edition of Crosstalk. Below are some of the topics covered:
--Manhattan federal appeals court strikes down DOMA as unconstitutional.
--Bill Clinton tells audience that Americans must decide whether they believe people like
--President Obama shows his allegiance to Planned Parenthood in recent debate.
--Vice President Joe Biden communicates that Planned Parenthood under law can’t
--Romney wants Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.
--Rosanne Barr makes outlandish claim that Romney is pro-rape.
--Michelle Obama proclaims to Ohio crowd that every single child is worthy in spite of
the fact that she believes that women should be able to control their own bodies.
--Planned Parenthood has already invested more than 5.7 million in ads against Romney.
--In 2010 Planned Parenthood did 27% of all abortions in the U.S.
--Wisconsin school bus driver who had spotless record fired after telling student he
should have been aborted because his family supports Romney.
--Rudy Giuliani said the Obama administration was trying to “run out the clock” on the
investigation into what occurred at the U.S. consulate in Libya.
--The atheist group known as the Secular Coalition for America has released its election
--Billboards going up around the nation regarding voter fraud primarily in Ohio and
--Michelle Obama says the U.S. is in a huge recovery because of what her husband has
--Republican representative Darrell Issa threatens to subpoena the Department of Health
and Human Services if it won’t turn over documents by today on a program that he’s
claiming is attempting to “buy” the election by hiding the effects of Obamacare.
--U.K. doctors told to make a death list for the rationing of care.
--Democrats running for the senate in red states deploy various tactics to fend off the
unpopularity of President Obama at home.
--In fiscal year 2011, the number of illegal aliens apprehended in the U.S. was the lowest
in 40 years.
--E.P.A. celebrates child health month.
--Some California schools to ban “Flamin’ Hot Cheeto’s”
--2 senior Republican senators call on the Department of Energy to explain whether the
bankruptcy filing this week by the maker of an electric car batteries will result in