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July 31st, 2010
02:32 AM ET

Coming up on the CNN Saturday Morning

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Kate Bolduan shares anchor duties when CNN Saturday Morning begins, 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. William


    The correspondent that you recently had on this morning discussing the profiling issues regarding the Arizona law really should be retracted and clarified. Her report was very misleading regarding the actual law. People really need to read the law before they report on it. She mentioned how the law allows for profiling based on race as the sole purpose of legitimizing a police stop. This is absolutely not true. Please have your people read the law first, before they attempt to inform the public about it. The law in no way allows for stopping a person based on race alone. Some other legal infraction has to have happened first. This is part of the reason why there is such a hot debate about this topic, the public is so misinformed about the actual bill no one really knows what it is all about.

    July 31, 2010 at 8:27 am |
  2. Bruce H. Scroggins


    Personally, my conviction is marriage is between a man and woman, male and female, but the State has, made a position called Secular Law & Rights and based on man made law, you can still follow the creator of marriage and that is in the Bible, but you must leave it there. WHY… because Man did not leave it there, man created Licensing and Registration of Reverends, Pastors, Priest, under City License, States and allowance, gave authority too… Captains, Judges and that ability to marry, individuals, changed marriage, made it Civil as well as biblical and under “SECULAR RIGHTS”, Equal in scope and CIVIL protections. NOW religious belief’s alone cannot trump, Secular law and Rights, each has privilege and private religious beliefs cannot deny marriage, once abridged by civil statue.

    Marriage was flummoxed with cluster-–& and there no way to un-cluster_____% it now. It comes down to a power struggle of Bible believing people over the secular rights, given everyone under our constitution (s).

    August 7, 2010 at 8:32 am |