An update on an Obamacare Supreme Court case, an artist profile of Pixar’s Brian Green, Paul Kengor discusses a new film
Today’s news and Matt Bowman of Alliance Defending Freedom provides an update on an Obamacare Supreme Court case, plus: a profile of Pixar’s character supervisor Brian Green, Paul Kengor reviews and discusses the new film God Is Not Dead, and more
Missile programs: Under President Obama’s 2015 budget the Tomahawk and Hellfire missiles will be going away as the two prominent missile programs are being cut.
Sanctions: After Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid spent days digging in his heels, U.S. aid to Ukraine and further sanctions against Russia appear to be on the fast track.
Cable merger: TW&E’s Jim Henry reports that two of America’s biggest cable companies are trying to merge, and they may be getting undue help from the Justice Department.
Employer policies: World Vision, a well-known Christian ministry, is changing its employment policies to accommodate same-sex marriage.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks rose Tuesday on heightened consumer confidence.
An update on the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Supreme Court cases
Matt Bowman of Alliance Defending Freedom discusses and answers questions about the cases of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties versus Obamacare.
Artist profile: Brian Green of Pixar
Brian Green has worked at Pixar since 1997, serving as character supervisor on Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, and Toy Story 3. He teaches Sunday school at Grace Bible Church in Pleasant Hill, Calif.