On Wednesday, April 20, 2016, I was interviewed as a guest with locally-renouned host, Gary Sadlemyer, on The Good Morning Show, on KFAB in Omaha, Nebraska, that aired at 8:20am local time (9:20am ET).
Shortly afterward, KFAB’s website promoted the interview by writing the following:
Mark Henkel with National Polygamy Advocate says that a recent ruling that reinstated Utah’s laws against polygamy are unconstitutional . He explains how the constitution does not give the government the power to control marriage. Learn more at www.NationalPolygamyAdvocate.com
The purpose of this interview was for the breaking news cycle about polygamy from Monday, April 11, 2016: the 10th Circuit Reversed “Sister Wives” case as “moot.” Rather than even hear the merits of the case, the 10th Circuit Court determined that, since the Prosecutor had promised not to specifically prosecute the Brown Family, the Brown family’s legal “standing” to file suit was rendered moot.