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Culture Friday, trusting the Taliban, a summer road trip, and glorifying God on a tightrope
Today's news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, plus: commentator Cal Thomas on peace talks between the United States and the Taliban, Summer Vacations and Destinations: Family roadtrip, Nik Wallenda sets out to walk a tightrope across the Grand Canyon, listener feedback, and more
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A summary of the Friday morning news
The Senate Gang of Eight agrees to a border-fence provision in the immigration reform bill
Farm bill goes down to defeat in the House, from Democrat liberals who think it's too small and Republican conservatives who think it's too big
The FBI acknowledges use of unmanned drones to spy on Americans on U.S. soil
Today's market report from Warren Cole Smith
Culture Friday with John Stonestreet
John Stonestreet on the "textbook relativism" of Nancy Pelosi and House opponents of House-passed legislation banning abortions beyond 20 weeks' gestation
Cal Thomas: What's the point of peace talks?
Of the planned peace talks between the United States and the Afghan Taliban, Cal Thomas says, "the Taliban and groups like it are all about one thing: enforcing their political and religious will on the unwilling"
Summer Vacations and Destinations: A delightful dozen
Ruthie Woodbeck from Kentucky shares a story of a family road trip vacation, through 12 states
Wallenda's high-wire act over the Grand Canyon
"I always want God to get the glory out of what I do," says Nik Wallenda of his high-wire walk this weekend across the Grand Canyon