D Gregory Smith interviewed Jim and Tammy Fey Bakker's son, Jay Bakker about his new book Fall to Grace. Bakker discussed how growing up in the Bakker house helped him discover empathy for LGBT people later in life.
Then our round table discussed the need for more information about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities as outlined in a new study by the Institutes of Medicine. They discussed privacy concerns about reporting one's sexual orientation or gender identity on medical records, a potential government mandate to include sexual orientation and gender identity in government funded research and more.
Then our panel addressed concerns about last week's introduction of ENDA and the roller coaster ride caused by the immigration back and forth for bi-national couples.
Finally, our Republican candidate for president Fred Karger won the first straw poll in New Hampshire. What does this mean for the republican presidential campaign season? Will Karger fare better than some expected?