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What motivates Ted Cruz, Britain to clean up the web, Cal Thomas on the president and race
Today’s news and a conversation with Ted Cruz, the Texas senator last seen making the rounds in Iowa, plus: the Bush dynasty carries on, Britain’s prime minister cracks down on online pornography, commentary by Cal Thomas, and more
Tuesday morning news
The front landing gear of Southwest Airlines flight 345 arriving at New York’s LaGuardia Airport collapsed last night, just as the plane touched down on the runway
European Union leaders have officially classified the Islamic guerrilla group Hezbollah a terrorist organization
First South American pope arrives in Brazil to kick off the Catholic church’s World Youth Day festival
Although he hasn’t been seen in public since his acquittal on murder charges, George Zimmerman made an appearance on a Florida highway, to help rescue crash victims
Business: Business economists say U.S. GDP growth not strong enough to lift employment and insulate the country from global economic problems
Talking with Sen. Ted Cruz
First-term rising GOP star Cruz explains he’s always wanted to be involved in public service fighting for freedom: “I think it is the direct consequence of being the child of someone who fled oppression and saw freedom taken away.”
The Bush dynasty carries on
37-year-old George P. Bush — lawyer, Naval officer, former public school teacher — launches a political career.
British PM cracks down on online pornography
Saying he wants to protect children from pornography, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that every Internet customer in the UK will have an automatic web-content filter by year’s end.
Commentary: Race, culture and behavior
Cal Thomas comments on what is often left unsaid in conversations about racial issues.