A conversation about Michele Bachmann, a Christian higher-ed group facing a lawsuit, a breakthrough in software obfuscation
Today’s news and Cal Thomas shares his thoughts on Michele Bachmann, plus: WORLD News Group’s J.C. Derrick reports on a Christian higher-ed group facing a lawsuit, technology reporter Michael Cochrane reports on a software breakthrough, and more
Syria promises: Secretary of State John Kerry is accusing Bashar al-Assad of stonewalling peace talks as the U.S. believes that the Assad regime is not living up to its promises.
Economic stimulus anniversary: This week marks the 5th anniversary of the Obama administration’s economic stimulus. A recent Fox News poll has found that 3 out of 4 Americans believe that the country is still experiencing a recession.
Religious freedom: AP’s Steve Coleman reports that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is questioning the president’s commitment to religious liberty when his administration is pressing religious groups and business owners to provide contraceptive coverage which violates their faith.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that although the U.S. markets were closed for the holiday, there was plenty of action overseas.
Thoughts on Michele Bachmann
Cal Thomas is America’s most widely syndicated columnist and he writes a regular column for WORLD News Group.
After firing its president, Christian higher-ed group faces lawsuit
Read more of J.C. Derrick’s reporting on the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities at WNG.org.
A breakthrough in software obfuscation
Michael Cochrane covers science and technology stories for The World and Everything in It.