British independent conservatives gain ground, a warning to Republicans, celebrating the birthday of G.K. Chesterton
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas notes the recent success of the UK’s independent political party, plus: a warning from The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol about fending off the tea party, remembering and celebrating the birthday of G.K. Chesterton, and more
VA scandal: A new report from the Inspector General’s office finds 1,700 vets seeking care in Phoenix are not even on a waiting list.
CIA leak: The White House is launching a probe into the accidental disclosure of the CIA station chief in Afghanistan.
Foreign policy: President Obama delivering a defense of his foreign policy at the West Point Military Academy while speaking to a class of graduating cadets.
Money and religion: A court rules that the words “In God We Trust” can remain on US currency.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Jim Henry reports that stocks slipped on Wednesday.
Commentary: Independent conservatives make a comeback in the UK
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the significant gains in recent days for the UK Independent Party.
A warning to Republicans
Bill Kristol, Republican operative turned newspaper editor, comments on the Republican efforts to ward off the tea party.
Happy Birthday, G.K. Chesterton!
Prolific writer and cultural critic Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born 140 years ago today in London. We talk about his works and his influence with Dale Ahlquist, president of the American Chesterton Society.