Cohabitation a greater threat to kids than divorce, WORLD's book nook, a visit to the Bowery Women's Center, interview with Fox News' Cal Thomas
In this week's program, Nick Eicher interviews professor Bradford Wilcox, who released a report this week on a new threat to children worse even than divorce - cohabiting parents; WORLD's Susan Olasky reviews four books on educating and disciplining kids; an interview with Cal Thomas; the Hope Award for Effective Compassion and a profile the Bowery Mission Women's Center; and much more.
Hour A, Segment 1
News review: Obama and jobs, calling down Syria’s Assad, legal battle over health law, and market watch.
Hour A, Segment 2
Hour A, Segment 3
Book nook: A review of four books on educating and disciplining kids. WORLD senior writer Susan Olasky’s review (WORLD Magazine, Aug. 27).
Hour A, Segment 4
News: Illinois expands “safe haven” law. Critics blast L.A. law enforcement relationship with Islamic advocacy group. "CAIR’s cops: FBI won’t work with a controversial Islamic group but the Los Angeles County Sheriff maintains close ties" (WORLD magazine, Aug. 27).
Hour A, Segment 5
Commentary: Are U.S. economic doldrums tied to a spiritual downturn? WORLD editor Mindy Belz’s column (WORLD magazine, Aug. 27).
Hour B, Segment 1
Hour B, Segment 2
All that glitters is paper: Forbes.com financial writer Charles Kadlec on the August 1971 closing of the gold window. Read “Nixon’s Colossal Monetary Error: The Verdict 40 Years Later.” Learn more about Charles Kadlec and about CommmunityOfLiberty.org.
Hour B, Segment 3
Writers read: Author Andrée Seu from Won’t Let You Go Unless You Bless Me. Purchase Andrée Seu’s book from World & Life Books.
Hour B, Segment 4
Hour B, Segment 5
History book: Lincoln/Douglas debates begin (Aug. 21, 1858), Hitler becomes Führer in Germany (Aug. 19, 1934), LBJ’s signs “war on poverty” bill (Aug. 20, 1964), Crushing the Prague Spring (Aug. 20, 1968), and the ELCA OKs homosexual ministers (Aug. 21, 2009).