IRS and Holly Paz, Obamacare alternatives, faith-based dorm life
Today’s news and a new wrinkle in the IRS political-targeting scandal, plus: alternatives to Obamacare with Congressman Tom Price, alternatives to state university dorm life, commentary from WORLD News Group’s Janie B. Cheaney, and more
Syria debate: Administration officials engage Capitol Hill in search of support for its plans for a limited strike against the Assad regime.
Religious liberty: A small business in the middle of a big, expensive fight shut their doors in Oregon. And in Texas, a city ordinance on “sexual orientation discrimination” raises religious liberty concerns.
Economy: Stocks were mixed on Tuesday. That despite the fact that the Manufacturing Report on Business, compiled by the Institute for Supply Management, showed an improvement in manufacturing conditions in the United States in August.
Who is Holly Paz?
She’s a key staffer at the heart of the Internal Revenue Service political-targeting scandal. Yesterday, a deadline passed for Paz to correct inconsistencies in her testimony to Congress, or face possible consequences. TW&E’s Jim Henry has the story.
Stung by criticism from the president that Republicans have no alternative plans other than repealing the Affordable Care Act, some in Congress reiterate reform ideas but continue to call for defunding and delay. TW&E’S Kent Covington speaks with Congressman Tom Price.
Faith-based residence halls at public universities
We talk with reporter Arian Campo-Flores of The Wall Street Journal about his article, “Religious Dorms Sprout Up.”
Commentary: Faith-based dorms: A refuge, not a fortress
Janie B. Cheaney is a columnist for WORLD News Group. Read her writings here.