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Friday, April 24, 2020

R. Albert Mohler, Jr. - The Briefing

Published on 04/24/2020

DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 9:58): ────────────────── When a News Story Isn’t Really News: The American Library Association Releases Its List of the 10 Most Challenged Books of 2019 NEW YORK TIMES (CHRISTINE HAUSER) There’s a Common Thread Tying Together 2019’s ‘Most Challenged’ Books: L.G.B.T.Q. Issues PART 2 (9:59 - 14:29): ────────────────── The Far-Reaching Effects of the Ever-Expanding Sexual Revolution: U.S. Intelligence Policy Impacted by LGBTQ Impetus NEW YORK TIMES (JULIAN E. BARNES) U.S. May Share Less Intelligence With Countries That Criminalize Homosexuality PART 3 (14:30 - 16:47): ────────────────── Spycraft and Espionage in the Context of the Pandemic: Even Spies Have to Work from Home? WALL STREET JOURNAL (WARREN P. STROBEL AND DUSTIN VOLZ) Spies, Unable to Telework, Adapt Their Access to U.S. Secrets PART 4 (16:48 - 19:38): ────────────────── Have You Been Speaking on the Phone More in the Pandemic? Apparently So Has Everyone Else—We Need the Human Voice NEW YORK TIMES (CECILIA KANG) The Humble Phone Call Has Made a Comeback PART 5 (19:39 - 23:32): ────────────────── America’s Loneliness Crisis Heightened by Stay at Home Orders: It’s True—It Is Not Good for Man (or Woman) to Be Alone WALL STREET JOURNAL (AARON ZITNER) Isolated by Coronavirus, Frightened Americans Welcome Calls From Phone Banks

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