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Scott Rasmussen on the current state of the public opinion on Obama, Hobby Lobby president attends Faith and Freedom Coalition conference, an address from Gary Bauer
Today's news and a visit with pollster Scott Rasmussen on how scandals are influencing the public's opinion of President Obama, plus: a report on Hobby Lobby's plans to resist Obamacare's mandates on the retailer's employee health plan, an address from activist Gary Bauer, and more
A summary of the Tuesday morning news
A report on the meeting of the eight leaders of the world's largest economies
The Supreme Court strikes down an Arizona law aimed at preventing illegal immigrants from voting
The House plans a vote on a bill to protect unborn babies under 20 weeks' gestation from abortion
Today's market report from Warren Cole Smith
An interview with pollster Scott Rasmussen on how trust in government has eroded
Hobby Lobby president Steve Green attends the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference
Steve Green, president of arts and craft retail chain Hobby Lobby and owner of The Green Collection, says he will continue to resist Obamacare's mandates on the retailer's employee health plan. He spoke at the Faith and Family Coalition's Road to Majority conference in Washington D.C.
The GOP has it 'upside down' on values
An address by Gary Bauer, president of American Values, on the folly of the GOP's efforts to de-emphasize social and cultural issues, such as abortion and fatherlessness.
The speech was given at the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority conference in Washington D.C.