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Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a big Gettysburg anniversary, passion for pyrotechnics
Today’s news and a Culture Friday visit with John Stonestreet on the clash of worldviews represented by the fight over the HHS birth-control mandate, plus: the 150th anniversary of the battle at Gettysburg, essayist Albin Sadar on our passion for pyrotechnics, and more
Friday morning news
Egyptians celebrated the toppling of another tyrant; Morsi under house arrest.
Congressional Republicans want to know what drove the White House decision to delay Obamacare fines, and whether additional implementation problems remain.
Energy companies plan a pushback against EPA carbon regulations.
Market report: A “Zombie Friday” on Wall Street?
Culture Friday with John Stonestreet
Despite the White House delay on the employer mandate, the birth-control mandate remains. Stonestreet addresses the cramped view of religious liberty adopted by the Obama administration and why more often than not it requires a courtroom battle to preserve First Amendment freedoms.
WORLD reporter J.C. Derrick on a powerful reenactment this week of pivotal Pickett’s Charge at the battlefield park in Pennsylvania.
Red, white, and blown away
Albin Sadar appreciates the oohs and aahs of an old-fashioned celebration of our independence.