Episode #333: A Landmark Ruling About Job Discrimination and Gays

Robert Barnes of the Washington Post talks about the landmark Supreme Court decision that ended job discrimination against gays and transgender people. Not lost in all the excitement was the fact that the majority opinion was written by Neil Gorsuch, appointed to the Court by President Trump.

Several Democratic members of Congress are facing tough opposition in next Tuesday’s New York primary.  Emily Ngo of New York 1 notes that many progressives, inspired by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s upset of House veteran Joe Crowley two years ago, are hoping for more victories on the 23rd.

And how could a conservative congressman from Virginia, armed with a big war chest and endorsements from Trump and Jerry Falwell Jr., lose his bid for renomination?  Amy Friedenberger of the Roanoke Times explains.

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Music used in this podcast:

I Know (You Don’t Love Me No More) by Barbara George

Changes by David Bowie

Help! by The Beatles

God Knows I’m Good by David Bowie

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