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The World and Everything in It: July 12, 2023

The World and Everything in It: July 12, 2023

On Washington Wednesday, holding the government accountable for colluding with social media companies to manipulate content moderation; on World Tour, news from across the globe; and leading Muslims to faith through discipleship. Plus, screen time limits for gorillas, commentary from Ryan Bomberger, and the Wednesday morning news

China offers more than $120,000 reward for information on Hong Kong dissidents living overseas; considering what’s next after the Supreme Court’s decision regarding President Biden’s student loan forgiveness program; and planting churches while caring for the elderly. Plus, a snail’s pace wins the race, commentary from Whitney Williams, and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, reigning in federal agencies; on the Monday Moneybeat, analysis of the month’s employment report; and on the World History Book, events from this week in years past. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, Michigan and California consider radical anti-harassment and child custody laws; the newest Mission: Impossible film is middle of the franchise pack in terms of plot; and on Ask the Editor, questions about Juneteenth, feature stories, and reporting on progressive ideology. Plus, the Friday morning news


Recent

A recent Supreme Court ruling unanimously protects a postal worker’s religious liberty in the public square; critics of the Supreme Court’s ruling in the 303 Creative case spread malicious falsehoods about the facts; and three friends reflect on doing life together at the same church for 75 years. Plus, aphids invade New York, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, investigating concerning reports about the President’s son; on World Tour, news from across the globe; and the good challenges of a summer camp for kids living with disabilities. Plus, a drive thru seal in New Zealand, commentary from Daniel Darling, and the Wednesday morning news

Supreme Court ruling against Harvard and UNC raises questions about education after affirmative action; a fungus called Candida auris is becoming a health threat in parts of the United States; and on Classic Book of the month, Chaim Potok’s novel The Chosen contains timeless lessons about friendship forged in conflict. Plus, a hyena doing the backstroke, commentary from Steve West, and the Tuesday morning news

On the Legal Docket, the 303 Creative case protects the freedom to disagree; on the Monday Moneybeat, the Supreme Court’s ruling against student debt cancellation will do more for the economy than President’s ‘Bidenomics;’ and on the World History Book, three speeches from 4th of July celebrations in years past. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, what Thursday’s Supreme Court rulings mean for college admissions and religious liberty; Indiana Jones: the Dial of Destiny and Sound of Freedom offer different visions of life well lived; and Listener Feedback for June. Plus, the Friday morning news

Some SBC churches are pulling funding from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission over a disagreement about the best way to fight abortion; The Supreme Court upholds a law allowing Indian tribes to deny foster parent applications to adopt Native American children; and helping veterans with equine therapy. Plus, South Koreans go back in age, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news