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The future of healthcare, Obamacare and 2016, young people leaving the church, a Christian song nominated for an Academy Award
Today’s news and Cal Thomas warns about the dangers of nationalized healthcare, plus: Weekly Standard columnist Jay Cost discusses Obamacare and 2016, a look at whether young adults are leaving the church, a song sung by Joni Eareckson Tada song is nominated for an Academy Award, and more
Legalizing marijuana: President Obama weighs in on the issue of legalizing marijuana. In an interview with the New Yorker published this week, the president says he does not think the drug is more dangerous than alcohol.
Andrew Cuomo: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo draws fire after comments against conservative residents of New York state.
Kenneth Bae: The North Korean government has released a video of imprisoned American missionary Kenneth Bae giving what was described as a press conference, where he pleaded with the US government and friends and family to refrain from comments against North Korea.
Removing Bibles: An atheist’s complaint has prompted the University of Wisconsin-Extension to remove Gideon Bibles from its guest lodging facilities.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the U.S. markets were closed yesterday for the Martin Luther King holiday, but today kicks off a big week for the Dow.
Commentary: The future of healthcare
Commentator Cal Thomas warns Obamacare fans to be careful what they wish for as nationalized healthcare is on display in the United Kingdom.
A conversation with Jay Cost
Weekly Standard columnist Jay Cost speaks with Kent Covington about Obamacare and the 2016 election.
Are young adults really leaving the church in droves?
Bradley Wright is an associate professor of Sociology at the University of Connecticut. He was written about young adults and the church here.
Song from Christian film nominated for Academy Award
The title song from Alone Yet Not Alone, sung on the soundtrack by Joni Eareckson Tada, has received an Oscar nomination for Best Song.