SCOTUS declines to rule on NM photographer refusing service and much more
Originally aired: Monday, April 7, 2014
The Supreme Court declined to hear the case of a New Mexico photographer who got in legal trouble for declining to take pictures for a same-sex wedding. Rantz isn't surprised. SCOTUS want to touch any case where they might have to rule on what 'art' is. // UConn's Shabazz Napier will be playing in the National Championship. He was asked what he thought of Northwestern football players possibly forming a union and revealed that some nights he goes to bed hungry. But would forming a union solve college athletes' problems? Rantz says no. // The Mozilla backlash over the way their new CEO resigned continues. Some are calling for a counter-boycott to the Firefox boycott, but Rantz says that misses the point. Mozilla registered their worst feedback in any day over this past weekend. Rantz says we should always err on the side of being open to more speech. // Should I Be Offended? Breitbart.com claims that Jay Z might hate white people based on a pendant he has been wearing that references the Five Percent Nation. Rantz isn't offended and doesn't think Jay Z hates white people either.