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Culture Friday, Singing in the Shower, a conversation with Rick Santorum
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a look at current items of interest in the culture, plus: Bob Case continues his series Singing in the Shower profiling songs for mothers, a conversation with Rick Santorum about how Republicans are out of touch with the blue collar voters, and more
Illegal acts: Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas has accused President Obama of committing 76 illegal acts while in office.
Sequestration: The much-feared deficit cutting measure known as sequestration seems to be having little effect on federal jobs.
Obamacare challenge: The first non-profit challenge to Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate has made it the appeals level.
HGTV: HGTV is cancelling a new show because the hosts have openly expressed their Christian values.
Business/economy: U.S. stocks were mixed Thursday.
Culture Friday: Commencement speakers, prayer, and a videotaped abortion
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview discusses recent items of interest in the culture.
Singing in the Shower: Music for moms
Bob Case is the former director of the WORLD Journalism Institute. His “Singing in the Shower” feature airs twice each month
A conversation with Rick Santorum
Senior correspondent Kent Covington speaks with former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum about how Republicans are failing to connect with blue collar voters.