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A conversation with Rand Paul, defending freedom, The Olasky Interview
Today’s news and WORLD Washington reporter J.C. Derrick speaks with Rand Paul, plus: commentator Cal Thomas stresses the importance of defending freedom, WORLD Magazine Editor-in-Chief Marvin Olasky talks with David Jeremiah, and more
Immigration: On Tuesday, hundreds of protesters turned away busloads of so-called “border kids” who entered the country illegally in Texas.
Middle East: One of the most extreme Islamist leaders in Iraq is calling all faithful Muslims to his new country.
Abortion: A yearly abortion quota at Planned Parenthood? Apparently that’s the case.
Severe weather: Tropical Storm Arthur is still expected to reach hurricane strength as it makes its way north off the southeastern states.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Smith reports that stocks were up slightly on Wednesday.
A conversation with Rand Paul
J.C. Derrick reports for WORLD Magazine’s Washington Bureau.
Commentary: Defending our freedom
As the Fourth of July approaches, commentator Cal Thomas talks about the importance of defending our freedoms.
The Olasky Interview: David Jeremiah
Author and pastor David Jeremiah is most widely known for his radio and television program Turning Point. In this segment, he speaks with WORLD News Group editor in chief Marvin Olasky.
Read excerpts from their conversation here. (At the end of that article, we’ve posted video of the full interview, recorded before an audience at Patrick Henry College in Virginia.)
David Jeremiah’s most recent book is What Are You Afraid Of?: Facing Down Your Fears with Faith (Tyndale, 2013).