Tonight's Crazy Story
Yes, you read the title right. See what happens when someone who can't go without her cell phone gets a text during her own wedding.
Tonight's Final Five:
Matthew Franck explains why tenure is one of the biggest problems in higher education.
Wayne Root uses a kids game to explain the way Obama governs.
Taking a break...to laugh a little
"President Obama invited trick-or-treaters to the White House Saturday night and they had a very scary party. They sat in a circle, turned off all the lights and the kids read the president his poll numbers."
-Jay Leno, 10/31/11
Now Back to The Final Five
While the US hailed the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt as freedom rallies, the truth is that religious freedom is actually on the decline in the Middle East. Elliot Abrams analyzes the recent plight of Christians in this part of the world.
Senate Bill 107 will dictate a federal policy on how the court can decide medical malpractice cases. Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II argues that this is a decision that would be better left for the states to decide.
Following World War II, the United States became the world leader because of its reliance on the free market. However, John Taylor argues the destruction of the free market system has slowed America's growth, and as a result, the United States is losing its position as the world leader.
Tomorrow in History: November 2
November 2, 1920 - KDKA radio station begins broadcasting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The first item broadcast was the result of the 1920 Presidential election.
Food For Thought - A Bedtime Snack
"A universal peace, it is to be feared, is in the catalogue of events, which will never exist but in the imaginations of visionary philosophers, or in the breasts of benevolent enthusiasts."
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