How the British economy works, the Clintons’ face conflict of interest issues, Church Life, stop and smell the roses
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas tackles some economic issues, plus: a report that reveals some information about a potential Clinton conflict of interest, the TW&E series Church Life profiles a cowboy church in North Carolina, Albin Sadar talks about the virtues of slowing down, and more
Border control: A confidential report leaked from the Customs and Border Patrol shows that people from over 75 different countries were caught entering the country illegally in 2014.
Ceasefire: Israel has accepted an Egyptian proposed ceasefire bid and appears ready to withdraw from Gaza.
Mudslides: Rescue efforts continue in southern California after massive mudslides took one life and left thousands there stranded.
Brady: White House press secretary to President Reagan, James Brady, died Monday at the age of 73.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were up a bit on Monday.
Commentary: The British economy
Commentator Cal Thomas is a 30-year veteran newspaper columnist and he is the author of “What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America.”
The Clintons’ conflict of interest
Chris Farrell, Director of Investigations and Research at Judicial Watch, speaks with WORLD News Group’s Kent Covington about issues surrounding the speaking fees of the Clintons.
Church Life: A visit to a Cowboy Church
Today TW&E field producer reports on "Blue Ridge Cowboy Church in Fletcher, NC.
Stop and smell the roses
TW&E contributor Albin Sadar lives in Westchester County, New York.