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Our special life issues edition features the annual March for Life on the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, an interview with Live Action founder Lila Rose and books and commentary on the dignity of human life
2013 March for Life, pro-life interview with Lila Rose, home-video reviews with Phil Boatwright, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), Andrée Seu Peterson on the abortion aftermath, Benghazi hearing, markets and the economy, Susan Olasky, Book Nook, notable speech by the Rev. Luke Robinson, remembering Stan ‘The Man’ Musial, evangelicals and immigration, humorist Albin Sadar, The History Book, and more
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Hour A, Segment 1
40th annual March for Life
This year marked the 40th annual March for Life, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade. March for Life leader Jeanne Monahan calls the March the "largest civil rights demonstration in the world."
Hour A, Segment 2
January series: Pro-life activist Lila Rose: We have the truth on our side
Lila Rose is founder and president of the pro-life advocacy group Live Action. She also started the pro-life student magazine The Advocate.
You can read more about Lila Rose in the article “Truth detector,” published in the 2012 Roe v. Wade issue of WORLD Magazine.
Susan Olasky is the books and lifestyle editor for WORLD News Group and special correspondent for The World and Everything in It.
Hour A, Segment 3
Home-video reviews: Thou Shalt Laugh and The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Film reviewer Phil Boatwright is the editor of PreviewOnline.org. He is also the author of Movies: The Good, the Bad, and the Really, Really Bad (CreateSpace, 2009).
Read his review of The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
Hour A, Segment 4
A conversation with U.S. Senator Rand Paul
Hour A, Segment 5
Commentator Andrée Seu Peterson: The abortion aftermath
Hour B, Segment 1
Markets and the economy: Earnings reports send market up, unemployment hits 26 percent in Spain
Kent Covington covers politics and current events for The World and Everything in It.
Morgan Roach is a research associate for the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, where she writes about Africa, the Middle East and transatlantic relations.
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD News Group.
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Hour B, Segment 2
The Book Nook: Three books on human life
Notable Speeches: The Rev. Luke Robinson at the 2007 March for Life
Susan Olasky is the books and lifestyle editor for WORLD News Group. In this segment, she reviews Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys Over Girls and the Consequences of a World Full of Men by Mara Hvistendahl; UnPlanned by Abby Johnson; and Innocent Blood: Challenging the Powers of Death with the Gospel of Life by John Ensor.
The Rev. Luke Robinson is the the pastor of Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Frederick, Md.
Hour B, Segment 3
Remembering Stan ‘The Man’ Musial
Kent Covington covers current events for The World and Everything in It.
Baseball Hall of Fame player Stan "The Man" Musial played 22 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals. He is considered one of the greatest hitters of all time and "one of the pillars of the game." He died Jan. 19 at age 92.
Hour B, Segment 4
Evangelicals and immigration
Humorist Albin Sadar: Long may we wave
Steve Jordahl is a reporter for The World and Everything in It.
For more, read “Evangelical Christians prepare for largest ever grassroots push on immigration” from on CNN’s Belief Blog.
Hour B, Segment 5
The History Book
Jan. 28, 1521—Catholic monk Martin Luther appears before the Diet of Worms (in Worms, Germany) and is commanded to either affirm or deny his writings that question certain actions of the Church.
Jan. 27, 1967—During a launchpad test, Apollo I bursts into flames, killing three astronauts.
Jan. 28, 1986—The Space Shuttle Challenger explodes 73 seconds after lift off, killing all on board.