Proposed IRS changes, a warning against the scandal strategy, selections from the home video screening room, remembering Shirley Temple
Today’s news and a report on newly proposed IRS changes, plus: commentator Cal Thomas warns Republicans against depending on scandals for 2016, home video reviewer Phil Boatwright recommends Nicky’s Family and Grace Unplugged, remembering Shirley Temple, and more
Ukrainian violence: Ukrainians are hoping today for an end to violent conflict in the capital city of Kiev as at least two-dozen people have been killed and hundreds injured as government forces cracked down on demonstrators.
Presidential overreach: Republicans have a plan to stand up against what they see as a presidential power grab, Obama’s repeated promise to test the limits of his executive power and, as often as possible, work around what he calls a do-nothing Congress.
Marijuana accidents: As momentum builds for legalizing marijuana in more US states, a new study finds pot smokers are increasingly involved in traffic deaths.
Free speech violation: An Indiana church says its free speech rights were violated when a federal judge blocked the city of Evansville from allowing 31 crosses decorated by Vacation Bible School students to be placed along the city’s public waterfront.
Business/economy: Major stock indexes were mixed on Wednesday, the second day in a row of lackluster performance.
A report on proposed IRS changes
TW&E reporter Jim Henry discusses comments from progressive groups who could be affected by the newly proposed IRS regulations.
Commentary: The scandal strategy
Commentator Cal Thomas warns against Republicans depending on bashing Hillary Clinton to win the 2016 election.
Home video screening room: ‘Nicky’s Family’ and ‘Grace Unplugged’
Remembering Shirley Temple
Commentator Paul Kengor is the executive director of the Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College in Pennsylvania.