Thursday

The Briefing 05-26-16

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  • University of Miami's newly minted Chair for the Study of Atheism isn't an advocacy post. Or is it?
  • Responding to a nationwide crime wave, Chicago's police get creative in crime prevention
  • With perverse irony, pro-choice Britons argue abortion is part of the "calling" of a midwife
  • For celebrities, saving the elephants is the latest fad. Unborn babies? Not so much.
Thursday

The Briefing 05-05-16

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  • Moral opportunists seek to overturn amendments that protect tax payers from funding abortion
  • The disappearance of moral courage in America is leading to a collapse of liberty
  • Death of moral courage: Former SS guard admits witnessing atrocities, standing by in silence
Tuesday

The Briefing 04-26-16

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  • Pro-abortion vs. more pro-abortion: Democratic candidates vie for funds in race to the left
  • GOP front-runner Donald Trump breaks from Republican orthodoxy on LGBT issues
  • Boycott Target? What does it mean to be a Christian in the marketplace?
  • Obituary recounts amazing life of a teenager who escaped Germany then returned to spy on the Nazis
Monday

The Briefing 04-25-16

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  • Crime and Punishment: Age of moral culpability at center of Boston murder debate
  • Moral insanity: raising the age of moral culpability while lowering age of sexual consent
  • Pro-choice group callously celebrates abortion by breaking, eating baby-shaped cookies
Friday

The Briefing 04-15-16

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  • "Dismemberment" deemed too descriptive by pro-abortion activists fighting pro-life bill
  • Doctors train to kill in medical school, look to spread abortion access to underserved areas
  • Studies show sex-selective abortions taking place in Canada, thousands of missing girls
  • Attempt to raise cats "gender-neutral" fails at the vet where they must be sexed
Friday

The Briefing 04-01-16

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  • Trump reveals ignorance on historic pro-life position in interview, recants hours later
  • Obama's FDA modifies label on abortion drug making abortion-on-demand even more of a reality
  • Time magazine uses pornographic cover for story on the harmful effects of pornography
Tuesday

The Briefing 03-29-16

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  • Theology matters: Georgia gov. who vetoed religious liberty bill member of liberal church
  • North Carolina passes bill banning biological men from the ladies' room, backlash ensues
  • Tragic irony: Cosmo mocks Indiana bill banning Down syndrome abortion while promoting model with Downs
Thursday

The Briefing 03-10-16

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  • Moral opportunists seek to seize on Zika virus crisis to push pro-abortion position
  • California law that would ban travel to "anti-LGBT" states an attempt at moral posturing
  • Redefinition of marriage led SCOTUS to rule unanimously for gay adoption across state lines
  • "Bachelor gap" created by sex-selective abortion sociologically and morally objectionable
Tuesday

The Briefing 03-08-16

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  • SCOTUS sends clear pro-abortion signal by temporarily blocking Louisiana abortion law
  • Single women now most powerful political force driving progressive agenda
  • Blue cities, red states: worldview and living environment often go hand in hand
Thursday

The Briefing 03-03-16

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  • Oral arguments reveal expected ideological divide among SCOTUS justices on abortion
  • Marriage, high school education, full-time job: 3 statistically-proven steps out of poverty
  • As Georgia faces corporate backlash over religious liberty bill, media exaggerate effect
  • In attempt to push LGBT agenda, California considers travel ban on "anti-gay" states
Wednesday

The Briefing 03-02-16

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  • Christians may face tough decision November as Trump and Clinton gained momentum on Tuesday
  • Arguments for a woman's right to abortion neglect rights of unborn in case before SCOTUS
  • South Dakota Governor under LGBT pressure vetoed bill that bars opposite-sex bathroom access
Friday

The Briefing 02-26-16

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  • Middle ground eroding in abortion debate because it is morally untenable
  • Biggest abortion case since Roe v. Wade set to appear before Supreme Court in March
  • Church of England's precipitous decline in membership tied to underlying theological issues
  • Habits formed around smartphone use hinder our ability to communicate face-to-face
Wednesday

The Briefing 02-17-16

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  • Gender revolutionaries attempt to abandon "heteronormative" words like husband and wife
  • Doctors treat transgender patients according to biological gender, can't escape design
  • Texas baptists divide on abortion demonstrating worldview runs deeper than identification
  • Brazilian baptists open to abortion connected to liberal baptists in the United States
Thursday

The Briefing 02-11-16

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  • Argument rejecting CDC's advice for women of childbearing age to abstain from alcohol a rejection of God's design
  • Attempts to change vocabulary around alcohol abuse remove moral responsibility
  • Crisis pregnancy centers challenge law that forces them to be complicit in the culture of death
Monday

The Briefing 02-08-16

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  • NARAL's outrage over Doritos ultrasound ad reveals that pro-choice means anti-baby
  • Feminist laments lack of sympathy from feminist friends after miscarriage, mourns child
  • Necco candy chooses gay couple for Valentine's ad, attempts to capitalize on moral revolution
  • $4.5 billion: cost of the battle for our eyeballs over 50 years of Super Bowl advertising
Wednesday

The Briefing 02-03-16

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  • US looks to register women for the draft, comes face-to-face with egalitarian implications
  • Recent pro-life victories in Kentucky made possible by election of pro-life governor
  • While some religious liberty battles are inevitable, Bevin shows how others are avoidable
  • China detains Christian pastor, sends signal to those who would challenge the atheist regime