The following is a partial list of the stories mentioned on this news round-up edition of Crosstalk:
--President Obama says the private sector is doing just fine.
--There is a vote coming up on Monday regarding the nomination of David
Hurwitz, the architect of Roe v. Wade to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
--President Obama delivers a proclamation for June Pride Month.
--The Army confirms that it conducted the first military homosexual
--The U.S. State Department honoring those who are gay, bisexual and
--Despite news to the contrary, the Boy Scouts say they have no plans to
change their membership policy and allow participation by open or
--The daughter of House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer has come “out of the
closet” to endorse same-sex marriage.
--D.C. Comics character, the Green Lantern, will be reinvented as a
--Illinois Attorney General joined a legal effort to impose same-sex marriage
on citizens of the state.
--Erie, Illinois, school board takes a stand to stop using a pro-homosexual
--The nation of Denmark has voted to force churches in the Evangelical
Lutheran Church to perform same-sex marriages.
--The Premiere of Edmonton, Alberta, announced over the weekend that she
has accepted an invitation to participate in the city’s gay pride festival.
--The National Religious Broadcasters warns that the Employment Non-
Discrimination Act will be considered next week by U.S. Senators.
--President Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to an 82 year
old labor activist and co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union and
honorary chair of the Democratic Socialists of America.
--Attorney General Eric Holder continues to present congressional testimony
over “Fast and Furious”.
--Florida is trying to purge voter registration because of over 182,000
registered voters who may not even be U.S. citizens.
--Media mogul Ted Turner would like to see the world’s population reduced
by 5 billion people.
--China hits couple with record fine for violating the nation’s 1 child policy.
--YWCA mobilizing women to vote for their reproductive rights.
--Mitt Romney promoted his education plan at a charter school in
Philadelphia whose leader is an Islamist activist.
--The Parental Rights Amendment has been officially introduced in
--Persecuted Iranian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani says he is in perfect health.
Jim wrapped up the program with an audio tribute to the late President Ronald Reagan who passed away this week in 2004.
Capitol Hill Switchboard
Erie, Illinois, School Board