American skepticism, delivering on political promises, an eyewitness to the Ukrainian protests
Today’s news and Stephen Meyer of the Discovery Institute discusses a new survey of American public opinion, plus: commentator Cal Thomas discusses the fact that government might not be able to deliver on the political promises of Obamacare, a pastor in Ukraine provides an eyewitness account of the Ukrainian protests, and more
Boosting numbers: Millions of Americans rushing into the offices of companies such as Liberty Tax Service and Jackson Hewitt may have made it possible for President Obama to say that Obamacare numbers have increased to 8 million.
Obamacare payments: Alarming news out of Georgia as many people who have signed up for Obamacare have not made their first payment yet. Kelly McCutchen of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation is concerned there may be a net loss of insured people in the state.
Keystone: Although conservative lawmakers and labor unions do not agree on much, they do agree that the hold up on the Keystone Pipeline is difficult to justify.
Graham on homosexuality: AP’s Steve Coleman reports that the Reverend Franklin Graham discussed his father’s health and the Bible’s position on homosexuality on ABC’s This Week.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were generally higher on Monday.
American skepticism: A conversation with Stephen Meyer
Stephen Meyer is is director of the Center for Science and Culture at The Discovery Institute.
Commentary: Delivering on political promises
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the American expectation of government to deliver on the promises of politicians and how those expectations might not be met with Obamacare.
An eyewitness to Ukrainian protests
Anatoliy Kalyuzhnyy the pastor of New Life Church in Kiev and the leader of the Independent Evangelical Churches of Ukraine.