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Having the Obamacare talk, the Thanksgiving celebration of 1621, songs of thanks
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas discusses the latest attempt to get people talking about Obamacare, plus: a look back to the Thanksgiving celebration of 1621, Bob Case profiles songs of thanks for his series, The American Songbook, and more
Iran disagreements: Iranian officials are accusing the Obama administration of lying about the pact. Tehran insists the nuclear bargain grants them the right to keep enriching uranium, but U.S. officials disagree.
Obamacare website: The latest delay hits small businesses. The administration announced it is postponing by one year its plan to allow small businesses to select health insurance plans online.
Thanksgiving travel: Millions of Americans hit roadways and airports ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday in spite of severe winter weather warnings along much of the east coast.
Business/economy: The markets were in a good mood on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones, the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 all gaining ground. Business reporter Warren Smith provides further insight.
Have the talk
Commentator Cal Thomas shares his thoughts on the most recent campaign attempt to make Obamacare a topic for the Thanksgiving table.
Man’s sin, God’s providence, and the Thanksgiving celebration of 1621
Best-selling author Eric Metaxas joins us to discuss the amazing story told in children’s book, Squanto and the Miracle of Thanksgiving (Nelson, 1999).
Songs of thanks
In today’s Singing in the Shower segment, Bob Case talks about two well-known songs of thanksgiving that have the same title. One is an 1897 hymn, the other is a pop-music hit from 1954.