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Notable Speeches Past and Present, home video reviews, honoring fallen servicemen from WWI
Today’s news and an address from Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint, plus: home-video reviewer Phil Boatwright reviews The Genesis Code and Seven Days in Utopia, honoring the fallen servicemen from World War I, and more
IRS investigation: IRS Commissioner John Koskinen was in the hotseat Wednesday on Capitol Hill, as lawmakers continue to probe the agency’s political targeting of conservative groups.
Obamacare delay: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid offers an explanation for the latest Obamacare delay saying that this week’s announced delay of the Obamacare enrollment deadline was not due to any problems with the law or healthcare.gov, but rather with its users.
Polls: TW&E’s Steve Jordahl reports that some Democrat strategists think they have hit on an issue that can bring supporters to the polls in November.
World Vision: Less than 24 hours after the Christian ministry World Vision announced that it would allow the hiring of employees in same-sex marriages, it has reversed that decision.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were mostly down on Wednesday.
Notable Speeches Past and Present: Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint
Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint delivered the Friday night keynote address at the WORLD Weekend event in Asheville, North Carolina.
Home video: ‘The Genesis Code’ and ‘Seven Days in Utopia’
Home-video reviewer Phil Boatwright is the editor of PreviewOnline.org.
In Flanders Fields
On Wednesday at the Flanders Field American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium, President Obama and Belgian leaders honored servicemen who died in World War I.