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Republican opportunities, the road to 2016, cultural diversity in Houston, a conversation with David Keene
Today’s news and Cal Thomas provides commentary on Republican opportunities for the 2016 elections, plus: a discussion about the political path to 2016, part three in the TW&E series profiling Houston, Texas, WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith talks with conservative leader David Keene, and more
Obamacare troubles: The feds have begun to investigate problems with Maryland’s state Obamacare exchange website.
Union support: One of the first unions to throw its support behind Obamacare is now blasting the law in an internal report.
Abortion standards: TW&E’s Steve Jordahl reports that state laws regulating the medical standards of abortion clinics are having an impact.
Refusing service: A Colorado barber is refusing service to serve anyone who smells like pot.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. markets were mostly down on Monday.
Commentary: Republican opportunities
Commentator Cal Thomas provides an opinion on the opportunities for the GOP approaching the 2016 elections.
The road to 2016
TW&E senior correspondent Kent Covington provides early analysis on the political road to 2016.
Cultural diversity in Houston, Texas
This is part three in our series on Houston, companion reports to the cover story in the March 8, 2014, issue of WORLD Magazine.
A conversation with conservative leader David Keene
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith talked with David Keene at this past weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in suburban Washington, D.C. Mr. Keene, now president of the National Rifle Association, led the American Conservative Union, sponsor of CPAC, from 1984 to 2011.