Stonestreet on Cameron and pornography, Keaggy’s “Cover of Love,” and a summer with dudes
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, plus: a quick listen to Phil Keaggy’s most recent “Cover of Love” with reviewer Arsenio Orteza, our occasional feature “Summer Vacations and Destinations,” and more
Friday morning news
Casting House Republicans as stubborn deadbeats, President Obama continued his campaign-style series of speeches seeking to discredit House Republicans in upcoming fiscal fights by painting them as roadblocks to a thriving middle class.
The Obama administration opened an aggressive new front in the battle over control of elections yesterday, singling out Texas for legal action and promising broader efforts to come after last month's Supreme Court ruling that wiped out a major provision of the Voting Rights Act.
The government, in an indictment unsealed yesterday, painted one of Wall Street's biggest and most successful hedge fund companies as a hotbed of insider trading that earned hundreds of millions of dollars illegally.
Money and markets: Most traders and analysts are saying the markets are just taking a breather after the nearly 10 percent rally of the past month.
A federal appeals court has struck down a law allowing Americans born in Jerusalem to list Israel as their birthplace on U.S. passports.
The Colson Center’s John Stonestreet talks about British Prime Minister David Cameron’s anti-pornography initiative. Stonestreet says the industry exploits young internet users — “and it’s not because they are looking for it; it’s because it is looking for them.”
Album review: Phil Keaggy’s ‘Cover of Love’
WORLD News Group music reviewer Arsenio Orteza says Keaggy may be in his 60s now, but “he sings as well as ever.”
Series: Summer Vacations and Destinations
Today we learn about vacationing on a dude ranch in Colorado.