Nuclear Weapons, Sisterwives, and Television Comedies With Gabriel Malor

Nuclear Weapons, Sisterwives, and Television Comedies With Gabriel Malor

Today on the Federalist Radio Hour, Gabriel Malor joined Senior Editors Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi to discuss the latest freedom of religion cases around the country, John Kerry apologizing for nuclear weapons, and Obama’s biggest mistakes in foreign policy. Malor is an attorney and writer at Hot Air, National Review, and The Federalist.

Malor explained how stars of the reality television show “Sisterwives” who are polygamists in Utah, sued because they could be potentially prosecuted for practicing polygamy. “I actually think polygamy has a much greater history in the world than same sex marriage,” Hemingway said. “I’m actually less concerned about the effect it would have on the culture than changing marriage to include same sex couples.”

In an interview with Fox News this week, President Obama said his worst mistake was Libya. “It was the pressure from Secretary Clinton and France who bullied the President into intervening in Libya,” Malor said. “Congress never passed an authorization for use of military force. Obama just sent the ships.”

Later in the hour, they talk comedy, Amy Schumer and the funniest new shows on television. “There was this weird idea for a long time in cinema and TV that to be funny you had to be a bad person,” Malor said.

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