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Thursday, Sept 6, 2018

Why the divide is much deeper than liberal and conservative when it comes to interpreting the law Precedent, super-precedent, and settled law: Understanding the code language behind the effort to protect abortion rights Should we eliminate summer break? Why such an effort will struggle to gain any political traction

September 6, 2018


United States

The Briefing 11-28-16

Fidel Castro, one of the most infamous figures of the 20th century, dead at age 90 Why the nomination of a Secretary of Education reveals the fault lines of America’s worldview conflict

November 28, 2016


The Briefing 08-24-16

Planned Parenthood's deadly—and newly aggressive—worldview The "unschooling" movement hits Louisville. Was Rousseau right about education?

August 24, 2016



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