Last week, GamePolitics broke the news that the ultra-conservative Eagle Forum had filed a "friend of the court" brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Calfornia's bid to have its 2005 violent video game law reviewed by the justices.
The rambling brief sought to link video games with everything from school shootings to poor grades to sudden death.
The group, founded by conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, wades back into gamer space tomorrow when video game critic Arthur Ally appears as a guest on Eagle Forum Live, a radio show hosted by Schlafly.
Ally bills himself as a morally-responsible fund manager. In December his Timothy Plan investment fund issued a list of 30 "most offensive" video games, including the likes of World of Warcraft, Lord of the Rings Online and Halo 3.
Ally also rather famously criticized Army of Two for "somewhat homo-erotic undertones between the two main characters."
Ironically, the conversation between this pair of would-be censors airs at 11:00 a.m. Central Time on Independence Day.