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

The Briefing 01-18-16

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  • US hostage exchange with Iran elicits both thankfulness and moral indignation
  • Anglican Church's 3-year time limit for ECUSA sanctions more likely a ticking time bomb
  • Moral "arousal" vs. "outrage" difference between inactive provocation and active conviction
  • New study assumes children innately good, not sinful, concludes lying cause for celebration