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Culture Friday, a man and his Model T, the invention of the Morse Code
Today’s news and a discussion with John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview about the redefinition of marriage, a scientific study gone wrong, and the educational value of the pro-life movement, plus: learn about a man who owns a 1914 Ford Model T, a history lesson about the person who invented the Morse Code, and more
Flooding: Rivers are overflowing in Texas, with heavy rains triggering mudslides in the panhandle and evacuations to the north near Ft. Worth.
ISIS: U.S. military pilots in Iraq and Syria are complaining that bureaucratic red tape is hindering them from striking ISIS targets.
Russia/Ukraine: Russia is once again massing troops and tanks, mobile rocket launchers and artillery along its border with Ukraine.
Anthrax: The Centers for Disease Control are continuing their investigation into how the U.S. military shipped live anthrax on accident.
President: Former three-term New York Governor George Pataki is running for president.
FIFA: As the Justice Department’s investigation into corruption at soccer’s world governing body deepens, reaction now from foreign authorities.
Business news: A down day on Wall Street Thursday.
Culture Friday: Ireland redefines marriage, an untrue scientific study, and the educational value of the pro-life cause
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview is the co-host of Breakpoint.
A man and his (still-running) 1914 Model T
See photos of George Scholz’s 1914 Ford Model T.
Who invented the Morse Code? Hint: It wasn’t Samuel Morse
WORLD Radio contributor Albin Sadar is an inventor and children’s author. His latest book is Hamster Holmes, A Mystery Comes Knocking (Simon & Schuster).