News, reviews, and interviews: a look at musical politicians, a conversation with Ralph Reed and Grover Norquist, Susan Olasky discusses three new books, a speech from Paul Ryan, and Billy Graham turns 93
In this week's program, an interview with Ted Cruz, a look at musical politicians, a conversation with Ralph Reed and Grover Norquist, economics roundup with Warren Cole Smith, a notable speech from Paul Ryan at the Heritage Foundation, Susan Olasky reviews four books about God's work in the world, an interview with author Scott Lamb, and much more.
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The TW&E History Book
- Nov. 5, 1605—The unsuccessful 1605 Gunpowder Plot sought to kill King James I and members of Parliament.
- Nov. 7, 1917—Vladimir Lenin seizes power in Russia, the start of decades of deadly communism.
- Nov. 5, 1968—Richard Nixon beats Vice President Hubert Humphrey and Alabama Gov. George Wallace to win the presidency.
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The World Champion St. Louis Cardinals lose La Russa—and maybe Albert Pujols too?
- Scott Lamb is director of research for Albert Mohler, the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., and the co-author of Pujols: More Than the Game (Thomas Nelson).
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Book Nook: Reviews by Susan Olasky
- WORLD News Group senior writer Susan Olasky reviews God Is Red by Liao Yiwu (Harper Collins), A Heart for Freedom by Chai Ling (Tyndale House), and Out of the Far Corners: An Epic Tale of Rejection, Grace, and Deliverance by Peter Iliyn (YWAM Publishing). Read more about these books.
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Greece reaps what it sowed
U.S. economic train gathering steam?
Radio preacher Harold Camping issues an apology
- Reporter Warren Cole Smith covers the economy and the markets for WORLD News Group.
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Date of New Hampshire primary set
A conversation with Ralph Reed and Grover Norquist
Remembering Revolutionary War patriot Joseph Warren
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- Herman Cain's 1996 gospel album Sunday Morning is available as an mp3 download from Amazon.com.
- A recording of President Harry Truman playing Debussy's "Premiere Arabesque" is here.
- Learn more about former Vice President (and Nobel Peace Prize recipient) Charles G. Daws, composer of the tune used for the pop standard, "It's All in the Game."
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Congress subpoenas White House materials on funding to now-bankrupt 'green energy' company
Media feeding frenzy over thinly sourced allegations about Herman Cain