The Tom Barberi Show 97.5 FM Talk KFMS interviewd Mark Henkel - Mar 2006
National Polygamy Advocate ™ Mark Henkel was on The Tom Barberi Show on 97.5 FM Talk, KFMS, in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 13, 2006, following the then-recent premiere of HBO's new fictional TV show about polygamy, "Big Love." The host was a Utah-locally-renowned liberal/progressive commentator whose tagline claimed to be for "legalizing adulthood" as the host being "the voice of reason." As the host had just, moments-previously, interviewed a painfully hostile anti-Mormon polygamy group that existed back then in Utah (who wrongly blamed "all polygamy" for the horrible crimes committed by specific fundamental Mormom polygamy based cults), the host was repeatedly hostile, mockery, and directing questions intended to discredit or to disparage. Mark Henkel stood strong and gave rapid, educational, and conprehensive replies, using the "neutral noun is not modified by a missing adjective" argumentation, and more. As the host had not succeeded in discrediting or disaparaging, he chose to end the interview with a self-laughing mockery, "Maybe at some point, when you get your own show, we can just listen to you go and on about this."
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