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!”
The issue of unrelated consenting adult polyamy (UCAP) is proceeding through the courts.
On Thursday, January 21, 2016, the “Sister Wives” case, formally known as Brown v. Buhman, was being heard at the Tenth District Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado. This court is the very last court before proceeding up to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).
To explain the issues of UCAP polygamy and that particular case, I began giving many media interviews.
For the next afternoon (Friday, January 22, 2016), I was scheduled for 2:05pm ET to give an interview on The Bill Cunningham Show, on 700 WLW, in Cincinnati, Ohio.