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Protecting the border, WORLD’s 9th annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion, commentary from author Paul Kengor
Today’s news and a conversation with Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint, plus: a look at WORLD’s 9th annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion, commentary from author Paul Kengor on Hillary Clinton, Hobby Lobby, and societies that oppress women, and more
Border crisis: The governor of Texas says he’s tired of waiting for the federal government to act and is moving to secure the southern border in his state.
Malaysian airliner: President Obama on Monday called out Russian President Vladimir Putin for his support of pro-Russian separatists the US believes shot down a Malaysian airliner last week.
Executive order: Another executive order from the President is threatening religious rights.
ISIS: The terrorist group ISIS is telling Christians in Northern Iraq to leave the city of Mosul or die.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were down on Monday amid turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East.
Protecting the border
Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint talks about the border crisis with WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith.
WORLD’s 9th annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion
Today we begin a series profiling our 2014 Hope Award finalists. Learn more about the Hope Award at WNG.org/compassion.