This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 06:22)
Shifts in the American Political Landscape: The House Needs a Speaker, and Louisiana Elects a Conservative Governor
Part II (06:22 – 12:33)
A Great American Fracturing? — Americans are Moving States Based on Political Views
- Two Families Got Fed Up With Their States’ Politics. So They Moved Out. by New York Times (Trip Gabriel)
Part III (12:33 – 21:28)
The Motherhood Penalty: Nobel Prize Winner Shows Gender Wage Gap Comes Down to Having Babies
- Claudia Goldin Wins Nobel in Economics for Studying Women in the Work Force by New York Times (Jeanna Smialek)
Part IV (21:28 – 24:42)
Couple Faithfulness, Not Couple Equity: The Ontology and Moral Good of Complementary Work Roles in Marriage
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