Cal Thomas on journalism, a new study on the Bible in America, 100 phrases from the KJV, Andreé’s Aphorisms
Today’s news and Cal Thomas talks about the problems with journalism, plus: a new study on the Bible in America, an evangelist in the Church of England presents 100 phrases from the KJV, Andreé Seu Peterson shares some of her proverbs, and more
Malaysia: TW&E’s Jim Henry reports on chaos that broke out in Malaysia after family members of flight 370 were forcibly removed from a Kuala Lampur press conference.
U.S. and Iran: Israel’s Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon says that the U.S. is projecting weakness internationally with respect to Iran.
Raising minimum wage: A survey finds raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour will indeed cost jobs.
Obamacare cancellations: Newly released emails reveal that Colorado Senator Mark Udall’s office pressured that state’s insurance regulators to lower their official count of Obamacare cancellations.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports stocks turned down Wednesday after the Fed announced another $10 billion cut in bond buying.
Cal Thomas discusses the current state of journalism and how the profession has changed over the years.
New study on ‘The Bible in American Life’
Read the findings from “The Bible in American Life” study (PDF) conducted by the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture.
100 phrases from the KJV
Glen Scrivener is an evangelist in the Church of England. Read his “King’s English” poem.
Andrée Seu Peterson is a senior writer and columnist for WORLD News Group.