Senator Cruz and the debt bill, Hagel’s 2015 defense budget, a life-changing Houston community center, NRB president standing firm on free speech and freedom of religion
Today’s news and Cal Thomas discusses his recent conversation with Senator Ted Cruz about his stance on the debt bill, plus: a conversation about the impact of a smaller military, special correspondent Susan Olasky reports on a Houston community center, the new president of NRB makes a pledge to stand firm on speech and religion, and more
Obamacare: A report issued by the HHS office reports that Obamacare could raise the premium costs for millions of small business employees.
IRS protection: The House has passed two bills that would give Americans a level of protection from IRS abuses. One would speed up the process of an IRS review, the other would prohibit the IRS from asking taxpayers about their religious, political, or social beliefs.
Religious freedom: If passed, an Arizona bill would allow proprietors to run their businesses according to their sincerely held religious beliefs is signed into law.
Bible saves life: A Dayton, Ohio bus driver has the Good Book to thank for saving his life.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks bounced around between positive and negative territory Tuesday.
Commentary: A conversation with Senator Ted Cruz
Cal Thomas discusses his recent conversation with Ted Cruz about his block of the debt vote.
The 2015 defense budget plan
Former Defense Department official,retired Army Special Forces Colonel, Dr. Steve Bucci discusses the proposed 2015 defense budget and the impact of a smaller military.
A life-changing community center in Houston, Texas
TW&E Special Correspondent Susan Olasky reports on the Aldine Family Hope Center in Houston, Texas, and its founder Sylvia Bolling.
New president of religious broadcasters group pledges firm stand on free speech, freedom of religion
Jerry Johnson was installed last weekend as the new president of National Religious Broadcasters. The NRB held its annual convention February 22-25 in Nashville, Tenn.