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Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (July 10, 2018)

1. Vox: How Buddhist meditation kept the Thai boys calm in the cave

2. Brett Kavanaugh’s commencement address at the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in 2015.

3. Prayer and fasting in the Philippines in the face of blasphemy.

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7. A Heritage Foundation poll on adoption and choices.

8. Making improvements in foster care in Wisconsin.

9. The Atlantic: Students in Detroit Are Suing the State Because They Weren’t Taught to Read

10. Intellectual Takeout: How Classic Cartoons Created a Culturally Literate Generation

PLUS:

Have you put the National Review Institute-Heritage Foundation conversation with Mona Charen about her new book on feminism on your calendar? July 18 in D.C. and available to all by livestream. RSVP either way. You can join us here.

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