My first guest tonight may be new to many — talk show host from New Hampshire, Rod Eccles.

RodEcclesRod, a conservative and entrepreneur, is the son of a 21 year veteran of the United States Air Force who saw active duty in Vietnam and Thailand.

Rod is a strong constitutional conservative, politically incorrect, and believes in God, family, country.

Eccles started a successful landscaping business while living in NY State. That experience helped him launch a successful Dry Cleaning Service called Cleaner Solutions which was a door to door dry cleaning service.

Now Rod owns three businesses titled Zinc Media, Zinc Marketing, and Zinc Agency.

Rod also reaches out to businesses in the community in order to help soldiers find gainful employment upon returning home from there tour of duty.

Rod Eccles show can be heard Monday - Thursday, 8-10 PM EST, on Blog Talk Radio.

Follow Rod on Twitter at @RodEccles and bookmark his website at RodEccles.net

**************************

My second guest will be Attorney Anna Harmon, who is representing Aaron and Melissa Klein.

Headshot - Anna Harmon 2015Anna graduated Magna Cum Laude from Regent University School of Law and was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2012.  She ranked fifth in her class of 135 and was named the National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Graduate. Anna was a member and editor of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy and the chair of the Trial Advocacy Board.

Anna is a Blackstone Fellow (2010) and an Allied Attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom. She has worked for state-level public policy organizations both in Oregon and in Louisiana.

Anna is now a Senior Associate attorney at Tyler Smith & Associates, P.C. in Canby, Oregon.  Her practice includes a variety of land use, nonprofit law, business transactions, civil litigation, estate planning, and constitutional law.

Anna is happily married to her husband Tristan. When she’s not working, Anna, a native of Gresham, Oregon, can be found exploring hiking trails around Portland, volunteering at her church, or finding the next best latte.

sweet-cakes-store-closing-sign (1)Anna and I will be discussing the Klein case which made national headlines when the couple, owners of Sweet Cakes bakery, declined to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple in 2013.

An Oregon judge ruled that the Kleins were guilty of discrimination, and the couple could be ordered to pay up to $150,000 in damages.

As Aaron Klein told Todd Starnes of FoxNews.com:

“They’re trying to push us into the closet for being Christians.”

Anna and I will discuss the case, the ramifications to Aaron and Melissa’s life and business.

And the question: why does the worldview and belief system of 2 lesbians have greater weight, legally, than the worldview of 2 Christians? The precedence is chilling.

Don’t miss this important conversation!

Follow me on Twitter at @tamij and interact using hashtag #TJRS