This news round-up program had Vic Eliason bringing the following stories to the attention of Crosstalk listeners:
--Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has issued a strongly worded letter to the governor urging him to fight back against last week's federal court ruling overturning the state's marriage protection laws that defines marriage as a union between one man and one women.
--Alabama's only openly gay lawmaker says that if her colleagues don't stop describing same-sex marriage as immoral, she will publicly out her heterosexual colleagues because she claims some of them are having extramarital affairs.
--Author Pamela Geller wonders why the media is not calling out President Obama for the treachery of exchanging senior Taliban leadership in exchange for deserter Bowe Bergdahl.
--White House pressuring the Army to let Bowe Bergdahl go free.
--Recordings of top Pentagon officials in 2011 strongly criticize Hillary Clinton for leading a State Department march to war against dictator Muammar Gaddafi of Libya and for working with the Muslim Brotherhood. They confirm the conclusions of the Citizens Commission on Benghazi.
--Mitt Romney gives official announcement that he will not run for president.
--Secretary of State John Kerry has planned a trip to Moscow to discuss the ongoing Ukraine crisis.
--War survival manuals dispersed to Lithuanian schools.