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A look at government waste, commentary on public cynicism, The Olasky Interview
Today’s news and a look at government programs, spending, and waste, plus: commentator Cal Thomas discusses the increasing cynicism of the American public on politics and politicians, WORLD News Group’s Marvin Olasky interviews Ron Sider, and more
IRS testimony: Lawmakers grilled Attorney General Eric Holder at a House Judiciary Committee hearing. Holder was questioned about several issues, including the IRS targeting of conservative groups, the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal, and the administration’s repeated changing of Obamacare rules.
Executive orders: President Obama signed two executive orders yesterday that he says will help narrow a wage gap between men and women.
Obamacare: WORLD News Group’s Steve Jordahl reports on new survey which reveals that Obamacare is affecting millions who were not required to enroll.
Abortion regulation: A New York-based nonprofit is claiming that state is only regulating about a tenth of its abortion clinics.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were mixed on Tuesday, but trending upward.
A look at government programs and how the overlap contributes to the way that Washington spends taxpayer money.
Commentary: Public cynicism about politics
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the increasing cynicism within the American public according to a Reason-Rupe poll in April.
The Olasky Interview: A conversation with Ron Sider
Read excerpts from Marvin Olasky’s discussion with Ron Sider, founder and president of Evangelicals for Social Action. A video of their full conversation is included on the second page of the printed excerpts.