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Reaction to John Boehner, the leadership vacuum, a notable speech from Tony Blair
Today’s news and a conversation with a political analyst with reaction to comments from John Boehner, plus: commentator Cal Thomas discusses his disdain for Washington leadership, a notable speech from former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair, and more
Deadly storms: A deadly storm cell continues to threaten a large part of the eastern U.S. after claiming at least 16 lives in Arkansas.
Indicted: WORLD News Group’s Steve Jordahl reports that New York Republican Michael Grimm has been indicted on 20 counts of fraud.
Media Matters: The far left, pro-union group Media Matters, a champion of workers’ rights, kicked out the Service Employees International Union when they came around to organize Media Matters employees for fair pay.
Reading the Bible: On the steps of the U.S. Capitol this week, believers are reading the entire Bible aloud, non-stop.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that major market indexes were mostly lower Monday.
Reaction to mocking remarks by John Boehner
Senior correspondent Kent Covington speaks with Washington based Republican strategist Phillip Stutts.
Commentary: The leadership vacuum
Commentator Cal Thomas shares his disdain for the leadership in Washington.
A notable speech: Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair
Tony Blair delivered this address about the "titanic struggle" against Islamist extremism last week at the London office of Bloomberg News.
The full text of his speech, as prepared for delivery, is here.