Nov. 12, 2011
The World and Everything in It

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News, reviews, interviews: Dr. Conrad Murray is found guilty, Phill Kline on the Kansas Planned Parenthood case, a tribute to our veterans, and a film review of 'In Time'

In this week's program, hear Phill Kline discuss the Kansas Planned Parenthood case, GOP hopeful Newt Gingrich speaking at the Values Voter Summit, Robert Rector on poverty, a tribute to our veterans, an economics roundup with Warren Cole Smith, Megan Basham reviewing the film 'In Time,' and much more.

Program Segments

Hour B, Segment 5

The TW&E History Book

  • Nov. 11, 1620—Fourty-one Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower sign the Mayflower Compact, setting forth the type of government they will live under in America.
  • Nov. 13, 1979—In a televised address, former California Gov. Ronald Reagan announces he's running for president.
  • Nov. 13, 1998—President Bill Clinton pays former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones $850,000 to settle a sexual harrassment suit. The suit related to an alleged incident in 1991 when Clinton was governor of Arkansas.

Learn more about the video series Drive Thru History, produced by ColdWater Media. You can purchase DVDs of the series via the ColdWater Media products page.

Hour B, Segment 4

Praying for the persecuted church

Hour B, Segment 3

At the movies

  • WORLD News Group film reviewer Megan Basham says In Time is interesting as a science fiction concept—but dull as a political allegory. Her review is here.

Hour B, Segment 2

The last U.S. veteran from World War I

Remembering Family Circus creator Bil Keane

Hour B, Segment 1

Iran working on nuclear weapon?

Debt woes topple governments in Italy and Greece

The debt-reduction Super Committee seems to be making little or no progress

  • The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran appears to be developing a nuclear weapon as reported here by the Associated Press.
  • Reporter Warren Cole Smith covers the economy and the markets for WORLD News Group.
  • Linda Kenyon is a Capitol Hill reporter for SRN News.

Hour A, Segment 5

Wounded Warriors

  • Read more about U.S. Marine Capt. Ryan Voltin.

Hour A, Segment 4

The Census Bureau releases a 'supplemental poverty measure'

  • The Bureau says its new measurement is "intended to better reflect contemporary social and economic realities and government policy effects and thus provide a further understanding of economic conditions and trends."
  • Robert Rector is a Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C.

Hour A, Segment 3

Election Roundup

  • Read WORLD News Group's coverage of the defeat of the Mississippi personhood initiative.

Hour A, Segment 2

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on the reining in the federal judiciary

  • This is the latest installment in our series, "Let the Candidate Speak," focusing on presentations by candidates running for the GOP presidential nomination.
  • Listen to our earlier segments with Georgia businessman Herman Cain and former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania.

Hour A, Segment 1

D.C. Circuit upholds Obamacare

Michael Jackson's doctor guilty of involuntary manslaughter

More evidence shredded in Kansas Planned Parenthood case

Presidential politics

  • Read "Shredded Again," WORLD News Group's latest coverage of the Planned Parenthood investigation in Kansas.
Nov. 12, 2011


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