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Suing the president, the Chicago killing field, WORLD’s Book of the Year for the popular theology category
Today’s news and Dr. Roger Pilon of the Cato Institute discusses the House Speaker’s decision to sue the president, plus: commentator Cal Thomas talks about the violence in the city of Chicago, TW&E’s Christina Darnell speaks with author James N. Anderson about WORLD Magazine’s popular theology book of the year, and more
Border crisis: President Obama and Texas Governor Rick Perry put aside their differences Wednesday and met in on the border crisis.
Israel-Palestine conflict: For the first time, Palestinian rockets are reaching the capital of Israel.
EPA: Rob Gordon of Heritage Foundation says the EPA is exceeding its authority.
Veterans Affairs: VA whistleblowers had a chance to tell the House Veterans Affairs Committee Tuesday night what happened to them after they called attention to the mistreatment of veterans.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were up on Wednesday.
The House Speaker’s decision to sue the president
Roger Pilon is the director of the Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute.
Commentary: The Chicago killing field
Cal Thomas is the author of What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America (Thomas Nelson, 2014).
WORLD’s Book of the Year in the popular theology category
James N. Anderson is the author of What's Your Worldview?: An Interactive Approach to Life's Big Questions (Crossway, 2014). He is interviewed by TW&E’s Christina Darnell.