The Briefing 08-28-13

The Briefing 08-28-13

1) On 50th anniversary of “I Have a Dream” we remember every human is made in image of God

The March on Wahsington, 50 Years Later, The Washington Times (Vance Garnett)

50 Years Later, Thousands Retrace March on Washington, USA Today (Alan Gomez and Eliza Collins)

2) In Syria there are no good options – but doing nothing is the worst

The moral case for intervention in Syria, Financial Times (Editorial)

US Ready to Launch Syria Strike, BBC News (Assaf Aboud)

Prime Minister Cameron: “I Won’t Stand by” on Syria, BBC News (Clive Coleman)

Why the US won’t declare war on Syria, McClatchy Washington Bureau (Michael Doyle)

3) Manic determination of culture of death to provide abortion for any reason 

Bill Would Let Non-Physicians Perform Abortions, Associated Press

Raising money to ensure women have access to abortions, Los Angeles Times (Marina Villeneuve)

4) 50 yrs after “I Have a Dream,” popular songs reflect dramatic cultural shift

Songs of the Summer of 1963 . . . and 2013, Wall Street Journal (Juan Williams)

R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

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