Friday

The Briefing 04-29-16

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  • What happens when a baby is bribed with graham crackers? Their sin nature is revealed.
  • Lying comes naturally to young children even though it takes more energy than truth telling
  • Study shows parents who give their kids early sips of alcohol open gateway to alcohol abuse
  • Failure to launch: 65% of Italians aged 18 to 34 still live with their parents
  • 400 years ago two literary giants, Shakespeare and Cervantez, died on the same day
Thursday

The Briefing 04-28-16

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  • In this presidential race we are witnessing an unprecedented redefinition of both political parties
  • Ted Cruz announces VP running mate Carly Fiorina hoping to alter Republican race
  • Campus collision: NCAA urged to divest from all religious schools with anti-LGBT policies
  • A tragic moral lesson: Former Speaker of the House now a convicted felon in sexual abuse case
Wednesday

The Briefing 04-27-16

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  • Britain debates "no-fault" divorce. But a quick look to America reveals it's a disaster.
  • Crisis in the professions: How can a Christian counselor offer marital counseling to same-sex couples?
  • The unstoppable power of the Gospel: China poised to become largest Christian nation by population
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 04-22-16

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  • World leaders are making the argument that legalizing pot could lead to the defeat of ISIS
  • Canada's assisted suicide bill is not liberal enough for some because it excludes minors
  • Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday as longest reigning British monarch
Thursday

The Briefing 04-21-16

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  • Court rules that schools cannot provide separate bathrooms based on biology, citing Title IX
  • Official statement from US Civil Rights Commission identifies religious liberty as problem
  • Norwegian court says mass-murderer's rights violated by solitary confinement in 3-room suite
  • Justice served? Accomplice in Manson murders could be released on parole in California
  • Fidel Castro nears the end of his life, reminding of the futility of atheistic communism
Wednesday

The Briefing 04-20-16

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  • Utah legislation recognizes pornography a problem—a health problem, that is, not a moral one
  • As polygamy is struck down in UT, Harvard law prof. argues for its constitutionality in NY
  • Obama Administration issues threats to states that have defunded Planned Parenthood
  • Morality and mortality are correlated in new study on wealth, geography, and life expectancy
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
Thursday

The Briefing 04-14-16

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  • The world is waking up to the harms of pornography, but glaringly missing is moral concern
  • Hollywood opposes anti-revenge-porn bill after realizing it could implicate their films
  • Prom dress controversy reveals society today is embarrassed more by modesty than immodesty
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