National Polygamy Advocate PODCAST
March 21st, 2018 by admin

For our national movement of UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy,
I have been working on some exciting new developments.

One of those is the development of a podcast. This is big deal because it solves a challenge that we have been facing.

Here’s why. As most of you know, over these decades in the movement, I have been interviewed in multitudes of radio interviews. Alas, there has not yet been a usable system to competently (and affordably) bring such recordings to a digital audio audience. In the past, these recorded interviews were offered in audiocassette recordings. But as all of us so truly know, the times have clearly left such “dinosaur” technology behind.

But now things could be changing. A new system has been discovered and is in the process of being tested.

If all testing goes well, this means that the history-making media interviews (and more) will soon be made available on a new system called, the

National Polygamy Advocate ™ Podcast.

Stay tuned!

National Polygamy Advocate PODCAST

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May 5th, 2016 by Mark Henkel

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.

Providing a backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,
Mark Henkel on Good Morning Show – 4-20-2016 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube video was also tweeted on twitter.

This was another excellent interview that has became another new tool for UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy) supporters to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Gary Sadlemyer

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May 4th, 2016 by Mark Henkel

On Monday, April 18, 2016, I was interviewed as a guest on The Jayne Carroll Show, on KUIK in Washington Country, Oregon, that aired at 4:35pm local time (7:pm ET).

This interview pertained to 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.

Providing a backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,

Mark Henkel on Jayne Carroll Show – 4-18-2016 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube video was also tweeted on twitter.

This interview went very well and became yet another tool for UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy) supporters to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Jayne Carroll

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May 3rd, 2016 by Mark Henkel

On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, I was interviewed as a guest on The Christal Frost Show, on WTCM in Traverse City, Michigan, that aired at 11:30 am ET.

The purpose of this interview pertained to the breaking polygamy news cycle 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.

So as to provide a backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,

Mark Henkel on Christal Frost Show – 4-13-2016 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube was also tweeted on twitter.

This comprehensive interview became another tool for UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy) supporters to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Christal Frost

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February 9th, 2016 by Mark Henkel

On Monday, February 1, 2016, I was interviewed as a guest on Poppoff with Mary Jane Popp, on KAHI in Sacramento, California, that aired at 6:30 pm local time (9:30 pm ET my time zone).

The purpose of this interview pertained to the ongoing polygamy news cycle from Thursday, January 21, 2016: the “Sister Wives” case, Brown v. Buhman, being heard at the Tenth District U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in Denver, Colorado.

The actual interview occurred at 4:30pm ET. Instead of being a live interview, it turned out to be an unedited “lve on tape” interview.

So as to providing a backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,
Mark Henkel on Poppoff with Mary Jane Popp – 2016-02-01 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube was also tweeted on twitter.

This comprehensive interview became another tool for UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy) supporters to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Mary Jane Popp

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February 3rd, 2016 by Mark Henkel

On Wednesday, January 27, 2016, I was interviewed as a guest on The Tom Barnard Show, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at 12:30 pm local time (1:30 pm ET my time zone).

This interview was based on the ongoing polygamy news cycle from Thursday, January 21, 2016: the “Sister Wives” case, Brown v. Buhman, being heard at the Tenth District U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in Denver, Colorado.

The long-experienced professional host, Tom Barnard, initially expected this to be a humorous interview, and he certainly had a great sense of humor. By the end of the interview, he seemed pleasantly and positively surprised at both the seriousness of the discussion and by my comprehensive expertise. Generously addressing me as “Sir” at the end, he very positively said he looked forward to having me back again and that the topic was certainly “fascinating.”

The polygamy episode was archived in their specific Podcast on The Tom Barnard Show.

As a further backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,
Mark Henkel on Tom Barnard Show – 1-27-2016 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube was also tweeted on twitter.

This interview provided yet another useful tool for activists of unrelated consenting adult polygamy – UCAP – to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Tom Barnard - 2016-01-27

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January 31st, 2016 by Mark Henkel

On Monday, January 25, 2016, I was invited as a guest with The Real Bob Mitchell, on WWL in New Orleans, Louisiana, at 2:35 pm local time (3:35 pm ET my time zone).

I was asked to share my polygamy expertise regarding the news of Thursday, January 21, 2016, when the “Sister Wives” case, Brown v. Buhman, was heard at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Denver, Colorado.

The host, Bob Mitchell, is a renowned local fixture on radio for decades. During the interview, he declared how he could not understand how or why any law would be going after people without more than one marriage license. I thanked him and said, “Exactly!” He joked that he would be willing to go to the court and explain that for us!

For providing both a backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,
Mark Henkel on The Real Bob Mitchell – 1-25-2016 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube was also tweeted on twitter.

As with other interviews before it, this interview became another useful tool for supporters of unrelated consenting adult polygamy – UCAP – to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Bob Mitchell - 2016-01-25

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January 28th, 2016 by Mark Henkel

For Monday, January 25, 2016, I was invited as a guest on The Bill Meyer Show, on KMED in Medfield, Oregon, at 7:10 am local time (10:10 am ET my time zone).

I was asked to come on the show to answer questions regarding the news of Thursday, January 21, 2016, when the “Sister Wives” case, Brown v. Buhman, was heard at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Denver, Colorado.

I was more than happy to answer questions about UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy) as well as the specifics of the case in court.

The hour portion of that episode (less ad-spots) was posted on the show’s website. My actual interview occurs from 7:45 – 22:35. Just before I went on, I got the impression that the host was anticipating that I might be be some whining liberal-type, demanding government recognition of UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy). But as the interview progressed, he seemed to quite positively realize that I was definitely not that at all. Indeed, after the interview was finished, as the host continued to talk about the topic afterward with callers, he even said, at 26:00, to a caller, “I think that Mark was right!

So as to provideg a backup and an archive for history, the interview itself was posted to youtube, titled,
Mark Henkel on Bill Meyer Show – 1-25-2016 – Polygamy

The link for that youtube was also tweeted on twitter.

Overall, this interview became another useful tool for UCAP (unrelated consenting adult polygamy) activists to share when discussing the issues with others.

Mark Henkel and Bill Meyer - 2016-01-25 pic

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