COMMDIGINEWS – FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014 – For this Friday, June 20, 2014, CommDigiNews Hour promises plenty of lively conversation starting with our very own Editor in Chief, Lisa Ruth will be speaking with Senior Editor Dr. James Picht about the arrest of Ahmed Abu Khattala and the impact on the United States and relationships in the Middle East.
Read Lisa’s article Chaos in Libya leads to arrest of Benghazi suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala
The Obama administration continues to be plagued by scandals going back to Fast and Furious, to the Bowe Bergdahl, Benghazi, IRS, NSA, Obamacare … Republican comedian, sataritst, Communities Digital News Writer of Tygrrr Exress, and frequent guest on Sean Hannity, Eric Golub will be talking about the scandals that have rocked 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and America.
Everyone is talking about football, and by football, we mean soccer. With American progressing into the second series of games, soccer is poised to become that next being sport in America. Communities Digital News 20-year veteran sports writer John Haydon will join the show with sports editor Kevin J. Wells to talk soccer.
Read Bob Taylor’s article Is soccer finally becoming a major spectator sport in the U.S.
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