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Culture Friday, Singing in the Shower, Facebook’s 10th anniversary
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, the ethics and moral confusion in Hollywood surrounding accusations against a famous director, plus: Bob Case continues his series Singing in the Shower, profiling songs of judgement and warning, Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary, and more
IRS scandal: House Republicans are still trying to get to the bottom of the IRS political targeting scandal. Members looking for answers on the Justice Department’s probe of the matter voiced their frustration during Thursday’s House Oversight hearing.
CBO’s Obamacare report: TW&E’s Jim Henry reports on a Congressional Budget Office report showing that Obamacare will have a negative impact on low-income workers continues to cause a stir in Washington.
Disowning Clinton: Senator Rand Paul is calling on Democrats to “disown” former president Bill Clinton, calling the Democratic Party hypocritical.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were higher Thursday, and a bigger than expected drop in jobless claims last week is getting much of the credit for the rise.
Culture Friday: The moral confusion in Hollywood
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview discusses the moral confusion in Hollywood surrounding recent accusations against Woody Allen.
‘Singing in the shower’: Song of judgment and warning
Bob Case is the former director of the WORLD Journalism Institute. “Singing in the Shower,” his series on the Great American Songbook, airs each Friday.
Facebook’s 10th anniversary
Commentator Matthew Lee Anderson is the author of The End of Our Exploring: A Book About Questioning and the Confidence of Faith (Moody Publishers, 2013). He blogs at MereOrthodoxy.com.