This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 13:55)
New College Set on a New Course: The New York Times Calls It a Higher Education Apocalypse — Is It?
- Florida Could Start Looking a Lot Like Hungary by New York Times (Michelle Goldberg)
- Ron DeSantis, Black History and CRT by Wall Street Journal (The Editorial Board)
Part II (13:55 – 20:58)
A Sign of the Confusion of Our Times: LA Prosecutor Suspended For ‘Misgendering’ and ‘Deadnaming’ Defendant
- Prosecutor in controversial Hannah Tubbs case suspended for ‘misgendering’ defendant by LA Times (James Queally)
Part III (20:58 – 29:44)
Now Hiring, Rat Czar: New York City Has a Rat Problem — And a Bigger Ethical Dilemma of How to Terminate Them ‘Humanely’
- Is There an Ethical Way to Kill Rats? Should We Even Ask? by New York Times (Oliver Whang)
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