We talk with Marko Cotton-Critelli and Tony Christopher-Critelli, about their relationship as gay married men, and their podcasts that highlight common relationship issues, interviewing real people about their real dating or relationship struggles, identifying newsworthy gay content, and answering listener questions. Marko and Tony use humor to show how gay relationships aren't that different from any other.
We talk with Dave Levinthal, of Business Insider, about the problem of stock trading by members of Congress. The STOCK Act requires that members of Congress report such trades, although many members are slow to do this. Is it time to write the STOCK 2.0 Act, and enforce it? Members of Congress have access to insider information, pending legislation that will affect stock prices, etc. In addition to the reporting by members themselves, who else (spouses, children, aides, etc.) should be included?