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The importance of religious freedom, Reagan conservatism, Reagan’s final speech
Today’s news and a discussion of religious liberty with Alliance Defending Freedom’s David Cortman, plus: Paul Kengor talks about Reagan conservatism, an excerpt from Ronald Reagan’s final presidential address, and more
Benghazi: A bipartisan report out of the Senate Intelligence Committee finds the administration largely at fault for not providing adequate security at the U.S. consulate.
Political targeting: GOP lawmakers are sounding off on the investigation into the political targeting of conservative groups. The Wall Street Journal reports that no criminal charges will be filed as result of the investigation.
Obamacare enrollment: While Obamacare enrollment is on the rise, worries persist about the age and health of the average enrollee but the administration is doing its best to positive spin on numbers released this week.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the U.S. Markets were up significantly on Wednesday.
Religious freedom: Why it matters
A conversation with David Cortman senior counsel and vice president of litigation with Alliance Defending Freedom discusses Religious Freedom Day and the importance of religious freedom in the culture.
Paul Kengor, co-editor of the book, The Reagan Presidency: Assessing the Man and His Legacy, talks with WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith.
Reagan’s final presidential speech
Ronald Reagan delivered his farewell address to the nation 25 years ago this month.