Tonight with a live studio audience "Piers Morgan Live" welcomed financial guru Suze Orman to share her insights on everything from to same-sex marriage to taxes and Tiger Woods.
Engaging in a passionate debate with conservative author Ryan Anderson about same-sex marriage, Anderson explains why he doesn’t support same sex marriage, and more importantly, feels the government shouldn’t have a role in defining marriage:
"I want the right to marry to be for everyone. The question is 'what is marriage?' I think that marriage is intrinsically, what it is, is a union of a man and woman, a husband and a wife, a mother and a father." "But I think all adults should be free to live and to love as they choose.... You don't necessarily need the government calling your adult relationship a marriage."
Orman, meanwhile, who’s married to her partner, and openly supports same-sex marriage, offers her response:
"I feel compassion for you, and I'll tell you why." "I know that you believe very strongly what you believe, but I also know that you're very, very uneducated in how it really, really works. And I believe from the bottom of my heart that if you really, really understood why the government does need to get involved, why it does need to be legal on a federal level, if you really understood that, there is no way that you would sit there and say what you are saying right now."
On CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello, Baltimore Ravens’ Brendon Ayanbadejo spoke about his support of marriage equality. He spoke about the amicus brief he and other athletes wrote to repeal Proposition 8 in California.