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Legal Docket, Dollars and Sense, liberty and responsibility
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, a discussion of free speech and abortion, plus: Dollars and Sense with Warren Cole Smith, a speech from Robert Woodson, and more
NSA controversy: President Obama addressed the NSA controversy, but left more questions than answers when he said the collection of phone records will continue, but the NSA won’t be doing the collecting.
Benghazi: Newly declassified transcripts of the testimony of military brass reveals at least a partial answer to the question of why the attackers have not been brought to justice.
Christie allegations: Hoboken Democrat Mayor Dawn Zimmer over the weekend accused the Christie administration of threatening to withhold federal disaster funds if she failed to approve a development project supported by Governor Christie.
Legal Docket: Free speech
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses a Supreme Court case dealing with free speech and abortion.
Dollars and Sense
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith discusses business, the market, the economy, and the new spending bill on Capitol Hill.
Liberty and responsibility: A speech from Robert Woodson
Robert Woodson of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise delivered this address at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. just before the King holiday observance 20 years ago in 1994.