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A report on the NSA controversy, national security vs. the public's right to know, Cal Thomas speaks with Marvin Olasky about the Moral Majority and the news business, listener feedback
Today’s news and a report on the NSA controversy and the Obama administration's zealous pursuit of leakers, plus: national security vs. the public's right to know from 52 years ago in a JFK speech, commentator Cal Thomas speaks with Marvin Olasky about the Moral Majority and the news business, listener feedback, and more
Obama Administration reverses course, agrees to comply with judicial order to allow over-the-counter access to "morning-after pill" to girls of all ages
State Department whistleblower calls attention to gross misconduct among the security staff and attempts among higher-ups to cover it up
NSA controversy: Extradition of leaker from Hong Kong likely a difficult challenge
GOP divisions emerging over immigration-reform bill. Watch full video from What America Thinks here.
Southern Baptists open 2013 convention today amid tough challenges
Market report from Warren Cole Smith
Kent Covington is a senior correspondent for The World and Everything in It.
Judith Miller is an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a City Journal contributing editor.
The Olasky Interview: Cal Thomas
America’s most widely syndicated columnist Cal Thomas and a regular commentator for The World and Everything in It.
Thomas discusses the golden age of journalism and the limits of politics to change culture
To read more from the Q&A, or to watch the full video, click here. This conversation took place at Patrick Henry College in Virginia.