We talk to Emilie Kao, The Heritage Foundation’s director of the Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion & Civil Society. Emilie provides insights on sex discrimination in relation to federal civil rights laws and discusses the upcoming Supreme Court case R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This case could have major implications for sex-segregated spaces (such as bathrooms and locker rooms) and the way gender is interpreted in U.S. law.

 

We also cover the following:

 

—A growing online epidemic of child sexual abuse imagery.

 

—Kanye West announces that he’s now only making gospel music.

 

—Do you know how impeachment actually works? Virginia gives a pop quiz and then explains Section 1, Article 2 of the Constitution which lays out the impeachment process.

 

—Our Problematic Woman of the Week is Amy Swearer, legal fellow at Heritage who went viral this week for her testimony at a hearing on “Protecting America from Assault Weapons.”

 

 

Article on Child Sex Abuse Imagery

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/09/28/us/child-sex-abuse.html

 

 

Kanye’s Testimony

 

 

Amy Swearer at “Protecting America from Assault Weapons” Hearing

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