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The persecution of Christians, The Giver, the war on poverty
Today’s news and WORLD Magazine editor Mindy Belz talks about the persecution of Christians in Iraq, plus: commentator Cal Thomas provides his opinion on the new film The Giver, WORLD News Group’s Marvin Olasky speaks with Jennifer Marshall from the Heritage Foundation about the war on poverty 50 years later, and more
Veterans Affairs: As Congress prepares to go on vacation for a month, two lawmakers have cobbled together a bipartisan bill aimed at fixing the VA.
Israel/Palestine: Rockets from Hamas were sent into Israel despite a request by Hamas for a ceasefire over the weekend.
Persecution: China has stepped up the persecution of Christians as the Church there continues to grow.
Ground Zero: A federal court says the 9/11 memorial cross can be a part of the museum at Ground Zero.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were down but rebounded Monday.
The persecution of Christians in Iraq
Mindy Belz, editor of WORLD Magazine, talks about the reaction from the State Department about the persecution in Iraq at the hands of ISIS.
Commentary: The Giver
Commentator Cal Thomas talks about a movie he says carries a message for the contemporary American culture.
The War on Poverty, 50 years later
Jennifer Marshall is the director of domestic policy studies at the Heritage Foundation. She oversees Heritage research in the areas of education, marriage, family, religion, and civil society.
Read and view more from the conversation between WORLD News Group editor in chief Marvin Olasky and Jennifer Marshall.