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Friends and enemies, Kentucky’s stand on marriage, Houston, part 2, listener feedback
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas discusses President Obama’s comments to the Israeli Prime Minister, plus: Kentucky refuses to change the state’s law recognizing only traditional marriage, special correspondent Susan Olasky continues her series on Houston, feedback from TW&E listeners, and more
Obamacare delays: The White House has delayed yet another key provision in the Affordable Care Act, this time beyond the next two elections. Critics are saying the move is a transparent attempt to shield Democrats from paying a heavy political price for supporting Obamacare.
Pleading the 5th: Former IRS official Lois Lerner stonewalled the House Oversight Committee once again. Many lawmakers believe Lerner was deeply involved the IRS’ political targeting of conservative groups.
Deported: AP’s Steve Coleman reports that North Korea has deported the Australian missionary jailed for spreading the Gospel in that country.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that after a roller coaster start to the week, stocks were flat on Wednesday.
Commentary: Friends and enemies
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the problems with President Obama’s comments to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Kentucky stands strong on marriage
TW&E’s Steve Jordahl reports on a same-sex couple seeking for an appeal to the state’s law which only recognizes the union of one man and one woman.
Houston, part 2
In the second of four reports on Houston, Texas, special correspondent Susan Olasky talks with a Houstonian who found opportunity in the city, and landed her dream job as a symphony musician.
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