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
Monday

The Briefing 06-27-16

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  • Brexit means change for both Britain and Europe. But just what will that change bring?
  • Influential conservative George Will exits GOP over loss of party's conservative identity
  • One year after Obergefell, historic decision still sending shock waves throughout society
Monday

The Briefing 03-28-16

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  • Christians in Pakistan gathered in a park for Easter massacred by Taliban suicide bomber
  • Aftermath of Brussels attack reveals massive intelligence failures and further vulnerability
  • Brothers in crime: Why are so many family members involved in Islamic terrorism together?
  • Europe's secular project splitting at the seams as nation states lack common worldview
  • 21 years later, justice is served: Radovan Karadzic convicted of genocide at the Hague
Tuesday

The Briefing 09-08-15

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  • Waves of migrants fleeing to Europe overwhelm Europe, world
  • Judge's ruling on Kim Davis denies natural law higher than rulings of courts
  • Celebration of marijuana legalization leads to college pot consumption exceeding tobacco