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9 a.m. ET
Vegas Magazine is heating up the summer newsstands. Publishers Michael Carr and Jerry Powers will be here to give us the steamy details.
Reps. Harold Ford, D-Tenn., and John Linder, D-Ga., will discuss the latest international issues.
10 a.m. ET
Will the Supreme Court (search) uphold the sodomy laws that punish gay couples for engaging in sexual acts that are legal for heterosexual couples? We’ll get a reaction from Michael Adams, director of education and public affairs for Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund.
Joseph Landau, former assistant managing editor of The New Republic, will also join the discussion.
What states will be affected if the Texas (search) sodomy law is overturned? Who besides homosexuals might benefit from the law change? We’ll ask Professor Paul Rothstein, a constitutional law professor at Georgetown University (search) and Ken Connor, the president of the Family Research Council.
11 a.m. ET
Stuart Taylor, contributing editor for Newsweek, will offer his estimation of the Supreme Court decision on the rights of homosexuals.
Trying to find shelter from the rain? You are not alone. Wet weather causes snakes to look for dry ground in a couple of places that might be too close to home. Don Schwab, a reptile expert at Virginia’s Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, dishes the dirt on the unwanted guests.
When the troops go off to war what happens to the families they leave behind? Meredith Leyva, wife and founder of Cinchouse.com, will be here to discuss her book, Married to the Military: Survival Guide for Military Wives, Girlfriends, and Women in Uniform.
12 p.m. ET
Reps. Martin Frost, D-Texas, and Christopher Shays, R-Conn., will join us.
Can you recognize the voice? Alexander Gould, the voice of Nemo in Disney’s, Finding Nemo will be here.
2 p.m. ET
Do religious groups have the right to deny employment to people of different religions and sexual orientations? Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va., and Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, will be here to discuss.
Join us as we cook up a seafood feast with Ann Marie Delaney, private events manager at Harbour Lights Restaurant.
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.