Gus talks about several of the Supreme Court decisions that came down yesterday, particularly blocking a California law that required crisis pregnancy centers in that state to post information on programs to obtain a free or low-cost abortion and their decision to vacate a Washington state ruling against local florist Barronelle Stutzman who in 2013 declined to make a floral arrangement for a same-sex marriage. Senior Policy Advisor for the Catholic Association, Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, calls in to give some background and insight to these decisions. Later, Jeremy Tedesco, senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, the law firm which represented the defendants in both cases, calls in to go over the nuts and bolts of these cases.
Also, in honor of Opus Dei founder St. Josemaría Escrivá's feast day yesterday, Gus breaks out his 1934 book, The Way, which contains 999 points of spirituality and motivational quotes. Gus invites to call in and pick a number between 1 and 999 and imparts some of the saint's wisdom to those who get on the air.