I know. You’re thinking what’s bad about sex? Well, when it comes from Republicans and Priests, it’s pretty bad. And that’s what we’ve got in the news today.  According to Daily Caller:

A February RNC trip to California, for example, included a $9,099 stop at the Beverly Hills Hotel, $6,596 dropped at the nearby Four Seasons, and $1,620.71 spent

[update: the amount is actually $1,946.25] at Voyeur West Hollywood, a bondage-themed nightclub featuring topless women dancers imitating lesbian sex….

West Hollywood’s newest corset, leather, and other trap door lingerie-inspired den, Voyeur, has an inescapable link to Eyes Wide Shut – women in various states of undress line the club, some hanging from the ceiling above you in nets (equipped with whips, so watch yourself), and a photo booth to document the whole thing are just the tip of the iceberg. Around the room, you can catch men and women undulating (er, dancing) in cages, the décor distinctly feels as if you’re unveiling something naughty, and you’re met with a constant stream of various erotic multimedia like film clips and risqué photography. Sorry to have gotten you all worked up at the office.

If that’s not enough to make you want to take a shower, consider the latest in the Catholic Church child abuse scandal, which is reaching all the way up to the Pope.  Just in time for Easter.  It’s enough to make you puke multi-colored eggs.

Among the stories I spoke with Howie Klein about today was his Papal piece from yesterday on DownWithTyranny.

In the second hour, after a report from Victoria Jones at the Talk Radio News Service, we dove head-first into a look at the “Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010” that will be on the ballot in California in November.

Although the title of this piece alludes to “good drugs,” I’ll submit that there are no good drugs. But relatively speaking, pot is about as good a drug as you can get!

Stephen C. Webster of Raw Story joined us to talk about the background of the bill, and a piece he’s working on for True/Slant about a couple who’ve lost custody of their child over a pot misdemeanor.

And we wrapped up the show with a conversation with retired California Circuit Court Judge Jim Gray, also a spokesman for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, to get his thoughts on the battle ahead.