Obamacare troubles, appreciation for C.S. Lewis, observing National Adoption Month, TW&E listener feedback
Today’s news and TW&E’s Jim Henry provides an update and analysis of the status of Obamacare, plus: Cal Thomas with an appreciation for and remembrance of author C.S. Lewis, special correspondent talks with WORLD News Group’s Jill Nelson in observing National Adoption Month, listener feedback, and more
Broken promises: Pressure continues to mount on President Obama after an assertion the he made more than 40 times proved not to be true. Millions of Americans now regard his words as, at best, a broken promise and at worst, a deliberate deception. A new Quinnipiac poll places the president’s approval at 39%, his lowest mark ever.
Obamacare: Former president Bill Clinton joins the ranks of Democrats piling on the White House over the president’s claims about Americans keeping their health insurance. Clinton says the president should keep his promise, even if it means changing the law
Philippines: Filipinos who weathered one the most powerful storms ever are still in harms way as the lack of sanitation in Tacloban puts the nearly ten million people affected impacted by the disaster at risk of disease. In addition, with Tacloban’s airport barely functioning and only military flights coming in, getting supplies to the needy is a logistical challenge.
Business/economy: Stocks were trending down most of the day but as business reporter Warren Smith reports, the skittishness came as a result of a generally slow news day in the markets, as well as a wait-and-see attitude before speeches by two Fed officials.
Obamacare by morning
Although the administration has steadfastly refused to release official enrollment numbers, according to an insurance industry report, only 50,000 people signed up for Obamacare in October on state-run exchanges. TW&E’s Jim Henry provides an update and further analysis on the status of Obamacare.
Commentary: The influence of C.S. Lewis
Fifty years ago this month, the world lost John F. Kennedy, author Aldous Huxley, and author C.S. Lewis. Commentator Cal Thomas appreciates the great Christian apologist C.S. Lewis.
National Adoption Month
In part two of a four-part series on adoption, special correspondent Susan Olasky talks with WORLD News Group reporter Jill Nelson about her experience adopting two little girls from Ukraine.
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