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Culture Friday, a conversation with Phil Keaggy, honoring the 1942 Tokyo Raiders
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, plus: a conversation with guitarist/singer/songwriter Phil Keaggy, honoring the 1921 Doolittle Tokyo Raiders, and more
Terrorism: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says his country is more than willing to do its part in the war against Islamic terrorism.
Refugees: More than 40 people are reported dead after a ship carrying refugees sank in the Mediterranean sea en route to Italy Thursday.
Drought: California’s severe drought was caused by politics — say critics of the state’s strict environmental policies
Taxes: GOP Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee have released a plan that would dramatically cut taxes for corporations and individuals.
Uganda: The daughter of Ugandan Christian minister was allegedly sexually assaulted by a group of Muslim men as an intimidation tactic.
Business news: The business news was mixed on Thursday.
John Stonestreet is a weekly commentator for The World and Everything in It and he works for the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and is co-host of Breakpoint.
A visit with guitarist/singer/songwriter Phil Keaggy
Visit Phil Keaggy’s website.
Honoring 1942’s Doolittle Tokyo Raiders
Read “Doolittle Raiders honored in Capitol ceremony” from Stars and Stripes.