April 3, 2014
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Insight after a generation of writing, an update on an Obamacare Supreme Court case, a profile of an independent filmmaker

Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas reflects on his 30th writing anniversary, plus: Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Matt Bowman provides an update on an Obamacare case at the Supreme Court, a profile of independent filmmaker Laura Walters Hinson, and more

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Thursday news

Shooting: A gunman killed 3 soldiers and himself and wounded 16 more at Ft. Hood. 

Political donations: The Supreme Court came to a controversial decision about campaign spending. 

Benghazi: Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morrell testified on Capitol Hill about the infamous Benghazi talking points. 

Coptic Christians: Muslim extremists are violently persecuting Coptic Christians in Egypt. Todd Daniels with International Christian Concern explains that Christians have had a difficult time in the country. 

Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks eked out modest gains Wednesday.

Conclusions after 30 years

After 30 years of writing, commentator Cal Thomas shares the insight he has gathered. 

An update on the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Woods case

Matt Bowman of Alliance Defending Freedom provides an update on the Supreme Court case involving Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Woods Specialties and their fight against the Affordable Care Act. 

A profile of independent filmmaker Laura Waters Hinson

Laura Waters Hinson won a 2008 Academy Award for her first film, As We Forgive, about the reconciliation that took place after the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Watch a trailer for the film here.

The genocide in Rwanda began 20 years ago this month. An estimated 800,000 people were murdered.

April 3, 2014


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