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Losing public confidence, a newly passed debt limit bill, The Olasky Interview, an American classic celebrates its 90th anniversary
Today’s news and Cal Thomas talks about the consequences of presidents losing the trust of the American public, plus: a look at the newly passed debt limit bill, WORLD News Group editor in chief Marvin Olasky interviews author Christopher Yuan, the 90th anniversary of George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” and more
International questions: President Obama and French President Francois Hollande faced a room of international press to answer questions
Obamacare and the workforce: The Treasury Department has issued a new rule telling small businesses they are not allowed to reduce their workforce because of Obamacare.
FCC regulations: FCC has launched a study of “Critical Information Needs” of communities across America. If your news provider doesn’t cover what the government decides your community needs, the FCC might have an excuse to force them to cover certain topics.
Business/economy: The markets finished strong as the DOW gained more than 180 points.
Commentary: Losing public confidence
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the consequences of other presidents who lost the trust of the American public and how that’s playing out for President Obama.
Cal Thomas is America’s most widely syndicated newspaper columnist. His work for WORLD News Group can be found here.
The Clean Debt Limit bill
A look at a spending bill passed by the House of Representatives due to Washington maxing out the $17.3 trillion line of credit.
The Olasky Interview: From gay to joyous
The 90th anniversary of an American classic
Watch a re-creation of the Feb. 12, 1924, premier of George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue.”