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A Friday visit with John Stonestreet, the Boy Scouts of America yield to pressure, a celebration of Aldersgate Day, and Albin Sadar on the important parts of a graduation address
Immigration reform moves toward the Senate floor, IRS agent takes the Fifth, Boatwright reviews two classics featuring the Duke, Cal Thomas appreciates Obama's commencement address
Today’s news and an analysis of the current shape of the immigration-reform bill, plus: the IRS saga continues with congressional hearings, Phil Boatwright reviews two classic John Wayne videos, Cal Thomas appreciates President Obama’s commencement address, and more
Former IRS commissioners back in the congressional hot seat, the Republican opportunity, compassion ministries pour resources into Oklahoma, God and the storm
Today's news and two ex-IRS commissioners in the Capitol Hill hot seat, plus: Congressman Adam Kinzinger and the GOP's political opportunity, the deadly Oklahoma tornado and compassionate ministry, theologian Russell Moore and God in the storm, and more
The history of IRS political abuses, commentary from Cal Thomas, a new prayer case for the Supreme Court, the State Department's report on religious freedom, and fighting modern slavery
Today's news and a review of the history of IRS political abuses, plus: Cal Thomas and the tyranny of taxation, the Supreme Court and public prayer, the State Department and religious freedom, a 16-year-old activist and modern slavery, and more
IRS probe only getting started, Justice Ginsburg on cultural change and judicial restraint, Egypt's Islamists target Christians
Today's news and a conversation with a lawyer defending victims of IRS political targeting, plus: a broad and deep public reaction to Washington's abuse of power, parsing Justice Ginsburg's comments about the backlash caused by Roe vs. Wade, Egypt places another Christian teacher on trial for "blasphemy" and more
White House's swirling scandals, jurors convict Kermit Gosnell of murder, new film documentary of a new media magnate, and profile of Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis, plus commentary from Cal Thomas
Justice Department seizes AP phone records, White House faces trio of political scandals, Kermit Gosnell convicted of murder, Cal Thomas, ‘Hating Breitbart,’ Jeopardy at the Smithsonian, wearable robots, associations and dog shows, Louisiana rules on school vouchers, Steve Bucci on Benghazi, markets and economy, Olasky Interview with Steve Forbes, profile of Baltimore Orioles player Chris Davis, John Stonestreet on Gosnell, The History Book, and more
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IRS scandal widens to include Christian organizations, Friday visit with John Stonestreet, profile of MLB star Chris Davis, appreciation of NHL playoffs and its traditions
Today's news and a Friday visit from cultural commentator John Stonestreet, plus: a report on the scandal involving IRS targeting of conservative groups that has widened to include Christian organizations, a profile of Baltimore Orioles star Chris Davis, a look at the National Hockey League playoffs and some of its unusual traditions, and more
Obama faces the biggest political crisis of his presidency, Gosnell jurors have their say, news media that cover up and news media that let the light shine
Today's news and a discussion of the White House political crisis, plus: hearing the voices of the Gosnell jurors, assailing a news media unwilling to let those voices be heard, appreciating journalists who give Christian compassion its proper place, and more
Benghazi from the perspective of a special forces veteran, Justice and press freedom, appreciating Breitbart, wearable robot, Jeopardy at the Smithsonian
Abortionist Kermit Gosnell judged guilty of murder, White House reporters begin to question the president, Cal Thomas on Obama and Nixon
Today's news and a closer look at the Gosnell guilty verdict, plus: commentary from Andrée Seu Peterson, sexual assault in the U.S. military, White House reporters begin to challenge President Obama, Cal Thomas says the administration is looking more and more Nixonian, TW&E listener feedback, and more