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Wednesday

The Briefing 03-29-17

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  • History, law, and abortion politics: Why is Europe more conservative on abortion than America?
  • No middle ground on life and death: Why the Democratic Party isn't likely to change on abortion
  • Money, markets, and marijuana: Colorado to protect lucrative marijuana industry if Feds crack down
  • Should we break up the liberal city? Looking closer at history's urban-rural divide
Tuesday

The Briefing 03-28-17

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  • Does the secular European project have a future?
  • On terrorism -- can you read the mind of a dead man? Police in London try.
  • The ultrasound of unborn baby said to “upset” mothers considering abortion. Why?
Monday

The Briefing 03-27-17

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  • Should it be illegal to be a stay-at-home mom? Why feminists want to take this choice away from women
  • Studies show most women with young children don't want to try to "lean in" and "have it all"
Friday

The Briefing 03-24-17

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  • 51 years after asking, "Is God Dead?" TIME Magazine now asks, "Is Truth Dead?"
  • Despite clean hearing, Senate Democrats vow to filibuster Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court nomination
  • How Anne Hathaway became a U.N. ambassador for paid parental leave
Thursday

The Briefing 03-23-17

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  • How the secularization of America has led to more partisanship and deeper cultural divide
  • "Prophetic opposition"? The history and theology behind Princeton's decision not to honor Tim Keller
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