WORLD’s Book of the Year, arming Syrian rebels, auditing the IRS, and replacing the tax code
Today's news and a visit with the author of WORLD's 2013 Book of the Year, plus: commentator Cal Thomas wonders what will follow President Obama's decision to arm the rebels in Syria, a report on a taxpayer rally to "audit the IRS" on Capitol Hill, an interview with an advocate for a new tax system to replace the IRS-administered code, and more
A summary of the Thursday morning news
Obama visits Germany, calls for U.S.-Russian nuclear-arms reductions
Pressure grows to reopen probe into 1996 crash of TWA Flight 800, missile suspected
Small protest in Turkey has become a challenge to the leadership of P.M. Erdogan
Fed's Bernanke suggests quantitative easing near an end, Dow Jones tanks
WORLD's 2013 Book of the Year
WORLD editor-in-chief Marvin Olasky interviews Melanie Kirkpatrick, author of WORLD's 2013 Book of the Year
What's next in Syria?
Commentator Cal Thomas says: "The president wants credit for withdrawing American forces from Iraq and Afghanistan, but with Syria he is involving the U.S. in an unwinnable war"
"Audit the IRS," taxpayers demand in a rally on Capitol Hill
Congressmen and senators join thousands of Tea Party activists calling for IRS accountability
Toward a consumption tax and a world without the IRS
Political reporter Kent Covington interviews businessman and comsumption-tax advocate Leo Linbeck with Americans for Fair Taxation