Culture Friday, Singing in the Shower, sneak preview of 'Listening In'
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, how society is reacting to the nature of pop culture, plus: Bob Case profiles “therapeutic” songs for relaxation, a preview of a new WORLD News Group’s newest audio program, and more
Traffic jam: On Wednesday, emails surfaced that suggest members of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s inner circle orchestrated a political vendetta, which involved closing lanes on the George Washington Bridge to deliberately create traffic jams. Yesterday, Christie faced the matter head on.
IRS investigation: Critics are charging the Department of Justice with appointing a team player to head the investigation into IRS political targeting of conservative groups.
Insurance bullying: Emails suggest a Colorado Senator’s staff may have bullied insurance officials amid the fallout of the troubled Obamacare rollout.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that good employment news did not appear to cheer the markets very much Thursday.
Culture Friday: The cultural gag reflex
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview discusses how society is reacting to the nature of pop culture and stars like Miley Cyrus.
‘Singing in the Shower’: Relaxing music
In his series on popular music, Bob Case discusses “therapeutic” songs, music that helps people relax.
WORLD News Group’s new audio program, 'Listening In'
Today, we bring you a preview of our new long-form conversation program Listening In, hosted by Warren Cole Smith. The program debuts this weekend. You can listen here.