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Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (August 7, 2018)

1. Charles Lane in the Washington Post: Children are being euthanized in Belgium

2. Crux: Four years after ISIS onslaught, Iraqi Christians struggle to rebuild

3. Susan Crabtree in the Washington Free Beacon: DHS Reversal Reopens Asylum Cases for 87 Iranian Christians and Other Religious Minorities

4. Naomi Riley on foster care in rural America in The Atlantic.

5. Daniel Darling in USA Today: On the brink of a post-Roe world, pro-life movement needs a future beyond abortion

6. What it was like to work for Charles Krauthammer.

7. A Twitter thread that lists some good books (including a few by WFB).

8. On miscarriage, 20 years later.

9. Dr. Jeanne Safer has a new podcast on marriages that cross party lines (like hers with our Rick Brookhiser).



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